Wednesday, December 1, 2021
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Lessons from Atiu

Atiu, a part of the Cook Islands archipelago, is a South Pacific island paradise. Yet even here, Adventists are making an impact for Jesus.

My church—Matavera, Cook Islands

How do we translate a lot of what we do in our churches to some meaningful acts of kindness whereby each family can make a difference in the community?

NZPUC leaders re-elected

A number of church presidents were re-elected to their positions during the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference’s constituency meetings held in Auckland this past weekend.

TPUM appoints new secretary

The Trans-Pacific Union Mission (TPUM) appointed a new general secretary at the year-end meetings held this week at South Pacific Division headquarters in Wahroonga, New South Wales.

School returns home after 2010 cyclone

Te Kaaroa Adventist School celebrated the opening of its new building in August, marking the end of a four-and-a-half year journey since the destruction of the school by Tropical Cyclone Pat.

RECORD REWIND: Sharp businessman

Frederick L Sharp took a stand for Adventism at the Stanmore camp meeting in 1897 and accompanied Ellen White when she inspected a property in Wahroonga—now the site of the Sydney Adventist Hospital.

Decisions for disciples in the cities

The New Zealand Pacific Union Conference is on a mission.

Mission Beach baptism

Sixteen people, mainly youth, were baptised at Mission Beach in Queensland, Australia, in April.

My story—Mitsy Strickland

I’m originally from the Cook Islands and grew up in New Zealand. I lived most of my life in Rotorua.

My story—Teariki Engu

My family is from the Cook Islands, but I was born and grew up in NZ. My mum was a strong Adventist, but my dad was into drinking and carousing. It was a confusing environment.
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