Tuesday, January 19, 2021
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God’s leadership emphasised at PAU graduation

Following a tumultuous academic year, the graduation was a celebration of both academic achievement and spiritual growth.

Study offers hope to school leavers seeking entry to uni

According to a study by an Avondale PhD graduate, attitude and environment may be stronger predictors of success at university than grades.

Record Rewind: A highland school

A look back at the history of Kabiufa Adventist Secondary School.

Treasures of inestimable worth: Committed Adventist teachers

"Teachers committed to God have enormous opportunities for modelling what God is like to students and their families."

New report shows the value of Christian education

The study of 4913 "millennials" analysed how respondents were faring in terms of employment, educational attainment and income, and also in a range of life matters.

Can eating breakfast mean better grades?

Research shows feeding the brain is essential for good cognitive function.

Better together: Avondale initiates new mentor program

Personal experience as a university dropout and professional interest in mentoring has motivated Avondale University College's vice-chancellor to provide more support for first-year students.

Church finances holding up in tough conditions

South Pacific Division CFO Rodney Brady said the Church's finances have taken a hit, but have so far withstood the pressures.

Homecoming from home: Avondale connects alumni online

First online-only format broadens reach of annual alumni gathering.

Adventist schools in Solomon Islands create ministry opportunities

From building new classrooms to removing junk food from canteens, Adventist schools in the Solomon Islands are reaching their community in new and creative ways.
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