Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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Abuse in the pews

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is shocking, unacceptable . . . and an issue among our Adventist communities.

Sydney women unite for a cause

A year of Women’s Ministries in Sydney was recently launched at the annual United Night, held at Hills Adventist College.

Suffering in silence

Brought up never to raise a hand against a woman, what does a man do when his partner turns violent?

They are not alone

Papua New Guinea is one of the world’s most dangerous countries to be a woman.

Adventists take the lead at WCTU convention

Adventists from the South Pacific were among the keynote speakers at this year's 40th World Convention of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union.

Women’s conference supports abuse survivors

More than $A12,500 was raised for domestic violence survivors during a recent conference for Adventist women in Australia.

New president’s passion is reconciliation

Pastor Kepsie Elodo has been elected president of the Papua New Guinea Union Mission.

Giving hope

Fearing for her life, Sharma* had to flee her country with a young child to escape from a violent partner. She's managed to find hope in Sydney.

Manna from Perth

When Bev was 10, she made a resolution to give her love to the world. Why? Because she had never experienced love herself.

SPD takes stand against domestic violence

Two women are killed every week in Australia by an intimate partner. That’s two too many.
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