Thursday, July 18, 2019
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Vanuatu growth

A thriving disciple-making movement doesn't happen overnight. Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on some of the Adventist Church's milestone events in Vanuatu from the past few years.

Presidential visit: Ted Wilson to return to South Pacific in November

The General Conference president will travel to Fiji in late November to celebrate the rebuilding and reopening of 27 churches destroyed by 2016’s Cyclone Winston. He will also stop over in Sydney, Australia.

Mission gets disaster prepared; urges churches to insure

The need for church pastors and leaders to help their members prepare for natural disasters led to the representation of Vanuatu Mission at the Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Training organised by the Vanuatu Christian Council.

Vanuatu Mission sees increase in giving in aftermath of Cyclone Pam

Only one year on from Cyclone Pam, which devastated Vanuatu, damaging Adventist churches and schools, Vanuatu Mission has reported that tithes and offerings collected in 2016 exceeded budgeted figures.

Adventist builder sets sights on global development

Australian Peter Koolik builds church in city that once expelled his convert grandfather.

Tithel wave

Statistics on church membership are notoriously unreliable across denominations, including our own in many regions. But there’s a number that no-one overstates: tithe.

World president visits South Pacific

Dr Ted Wilson, leader of the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church, has made a flying visit to the South Pacific Division.

Vanuatu Adventists receive Women’s Day awards

Two Adventist women have been recognised for their contributions to Vanuatu society with awards from the Australian High Commission.

Hope, opportunities and challenges

You'll never guess how many people took shelter in John's kitchen in the midst of Cyclone Pam.

School rebuilt as Vanuatu slowly recovers

The village of Hebron on Tanna Island has celebrated the opening of two new cyclone-proof school classrooms as Vanuatu prepares to mark one year since the devastating cyclone.
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