For the first time in 10 years, the Australian Union Conference conducted an education consultation which invited leaders from various ministries o take part in discussing the future of Seventh-day Adventist Education.
Tag: David McClintock
After 43 years of service in Adventist Education, South Pacific Division (SPD) education director Dr David McClintock has announced his retirement at the end of this year. New appointments followed.
Research has shown that Adventist education does make a difference in the retention of church affiliation for our young people.
For the first time in history, the South Pacific Division (SPD) Education Medallion of Merit Awards has been presented to a husband and wife.
SPD Adventist mission director Dr Wayne Krause and education director Dr David McClintock spent the weekend on campus, where they joined the programming and shared stories and insights.
Mamarapha College has become the first institution of its size to receive a worldwide Seventh-day Adventist accreditation as a medium level institution in the South Pacific Division (SPD).
The Fiji Mission Executive Committee held an emergency meeting yesterday (June 8) to discuss the next steps in the long-running legal matter.
The story of Haru Hariva, one of the early indigenous missionaries in Papua New Guinea, is extraordinary history that should not be lost.
Adventist churches and institutions are taking proactive measures in response to the ongoing spread of COVID-19.
Editors of new book extend understanding of the integration of faith and learning.