Sunday, March 29, 2020
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A day in the life of a . . . remote...

Pastor Don Fehlberg opens up about his work and ministry in Australia's isolated, Indigenous communities.

Cultural change

"Does the fact we claim and proclaim Jesus change the way we operate or are we just like everybody else?"

Remembering 1919

A hundred years ago this month, a most significant moment in Adventist Church history took place. So why were the transcripts and testimonies from the event kept hidden for more than 50 years?

Research at Avondale: Here For Good

A new podcast series launched this past Sunday will showcase Avondale academics’ greater vision for mission and research.

Pornography: What are we doing about it?

"We need to stand up for our children, writes Dr Danijela Schubert in this thought-provoking article.

Christmas hospitality

A Christmas message from South Pacific Division president Pastor Glenn Townend.

A critical spirit

Are we a people of peace or a pack of finger-pointers?

The world is fracturing; give me Jesus

"Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; mere anarchy is loosed upon the world," wrote poet William Yeats in 1919. A century later his grim foreboding is awfully resonant.

An ocean of opportunity

There are many different people and places within the Trans Pacific Union Mission. For the Church in this territory, however, there is but one purpose.

The vanua and Tevita’s faith

The vanua is the epitome of Pacific identity, offering a sense of belonging, blessing and pride to its people. The problem is the beliefs and practices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church are not always aligned with the those of the vanua.
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