Tuesday, August 3, 2021
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Hundreds attend Leadership Essentials program

Hundreds of leaders from around the South Pacific Division (SPD) and beyond attended an online "Leadership Essentials" program over four days last week.

Church leaders equipped by high level leadership course

Leaders from across the SPD have attended executive leadership training at one of the world's leading business schools.

South Pacific Division focuses on leadership development

More than 100 senior leaders from several SPD entities and territories recently participated in the second of a series of quarterly leadership development workshops.

New strategies to develop leaders across South Pacific

More than 50 leaders recently met to create systems across the church workforce that support, develop and challenge leaders to achieve the Seventh-day Adventist Church's vision and mission.

Musicians needed for next General Conference session

If you love to worship God through the medium of music (and you'd like to visit the USA!) this invitation is for you.

Business Convention a highlight for SPD professionals

Close to 200 staff attended this year's conference, held in Cairns.

AdSAFE at the forefront of protecting children

AdSAFE, a new service for protecting children and vulnerable adults in the Adventist Church, has been established by the South Pacific Division and will open in early 2017.

New independent office for child protection

A new independent office for the protection of children and vulnerable persons is being set up by the Australian Union Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Abuse commissioner addresses church leaders

Justice Peter McClellan, who heads up the ongoing Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, has noted the positive changes religious groups are already making to better protect children’s safety.

Not safe enough yet

“Abuse happens in the Adventist Church and amongst Adventist families. The fact that we exist is evidence of that and shows a commitment by the Church to tackle this reality,” says Safe Place Services director David Robertson.
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