Wednesday, November 25, 2020
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ADRA and the Adventist Church respond to global COVID-19 crisis

A new report highlights the impact ADRA has had on those impacted by COIVD-19, including 49 projects across the SPD.

Stranded in the dark

A recent breakdown in the middle of the night left Jarrod Stackelroth contemplating the second coming of Christ.

COVID-19 pushes leader to become preacher

After 21 years of faithful service to God, Terence Lepilepi was finally called to face his fear and preach. And he's not looking back.

Church weathers financial storm of COVID-19

In his year-end report to the Division Executive Committee, Rodney Brady said the financial impact was not as bleak as had been initially feared.

Creative Corner: Anna Beaden

"I want these life-changing truths to not only get stuck in their heads . . . [but] in their hearts." 

Sonoma adjusts to COVID-19 through hand-washing and intensive programming

Throughout lockdowns and restrictions, Sonoma has implemented new strategies to survive and thrive during COVID-19.

My Ministry: God multiplies our offerings

From olive leaf throat spray to flower arrangements, Marilene Stevenson has come up with a myriad of ways to raise money for 13th Sabbath offerings.

Bookstores virtually united through COVID-19

With Adventist bookstores around Australia uniting online just before COVID-19 restricted in-person sales, it couldn't have come at a better time.

Waiting in expectant hope

Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on the pain of separation—and the longing for reunion—brought about by COVID-19.

The pre-eminent sense: The touch of God when we need it...

The current pandemic has highlighted our innate, human desire (and need) to be touched.
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