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Adventists committed to helping drug-affected communities

More than 2000 people attended a one-day "Drug Body Convention" organised by Adventists in Wapenamanda District, Papua New Guniea.

Partnership between Adventists and temperance union still strong

Seventh-day Adventists have had a long history with the Women's Christian Temperance Union. That partnership continued at the recent WCTU conference.

My Story: I prayed for a Bible

Broken into beautiful: Shatrina is a testament to the life-transforming power of Jesus.

Opioid obituaries: how opening up could save lives

Andrew's parents made the heart-breaking decision to share his struggle with addiction after his death rather than sanitising his obituary—a decision that had unexpected results.

My ministry: Mt Druitt Samoan church

How one church is bringing help and hope to Sydney's "Struggle Street".

The Navosa wars and the year of increase

Where there was once bloodshed in Navosa, Fiji, there are now baptisms.

Love on the street

Takoma Park in Washington DC used to be Adventist central. Then one day a young woman was found dead on the seat of a local bus stop.

3 testimony clangers I never want to hear again

Smoking, drinking, drugs, parties, women . . . it's all par and parcel of a good Christian testimony. But after 40 years of hearing these stories, Kent Kingston has had enough.

How to save a snake catcher

Meet Les—the snake catcher who was caught by God.

The medical marijuana ruse

As an increasing push is made to legalise medical cannabis, many Adventists either agree or are agnostic. But do we know the full truth?
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