Friday, March 22, 2019
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New CHIP facilitators trained in Pacific

CHIP facilitators are being trained throughout the Pacific to help combat a pandemic of lifestyle disease.

Solomon Islands youth appreciate opportunity to look and learn

For the One Word music group, a recent trip to Australia provided a wonderful opportunity to see the sights and sing some songs.

Lifestyle Medicine Summit focuses on health, healing and hope

Lifestyle medicine is growing in popularity and the inaugural summit explored what opportunities exist for the Church in this field.

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 Pacific’s biggest battle: lifestyle diseases

A new health norm across the South Pacific islands is putting limbs—and lives—at risk.

First CHEP training in the islands

The course is designed to help church members conduct health programs for their local communities.

Sanitarium working with Fulton College to improve community health

Sanitarium staff built a garden nursery at Fulton and served breakfast at two local primary schools during a recent community service day.

Adventists help Solomons government tackle diabetes

“The aim is to influence the governments right across the Pacific and I think we are making big, bold advances in that area.”

Tackle the track

In July next year, South Pacific Division president Pastor Glenn Townend and his son will head to the famous Kokoda Track to fight a new, deadly enemy.

Church and Government collaborate to save lives in the Solomons

Local churches will become “wellness hubs” in an effort to tackle the country’s lifestyle disease epidemic.
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