"Thinking Faith," a VicASA event, saw 140 participants explore the intersection of faith and career, fostering an environment for open dialogue about doubt and faith.
Partnering with ADRA and the government, the Church conducted a two-week equipping program for Literacy Trainers in May River Village.
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.
The newest course at Avondale adds a four-unit research emphasis to the existing Graduate Diploma in Lifestyle Medicine.
Despite a tumultuous academic year, Fulton Adventist College held its graduation on November 21 and saw 163 students celebrate the completion of their tertiary studies.
Following two tumultuous academic years impacted by COVID-19 and border closures, the graduation was a celebration of both academic achievement and spiritual growth.
Run by the North New South Wales Conference Health Department in a pop-up model, Sozo is a lifestyle medicine intensive residential program based on scientific evidence, biblical principles and on Ellen White's Ministry of Healing.
With COVID-related restrictions causing complications along the eastern seaboard, eight Avondale teachers-in-training find themselves in Darwin completing professional experience placements.
The new space combines fun and exercise with lessons of sustainability.