Thursday, January 21, 2021
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Small donations achieve big results

Alumni and friends of Avondale College of Higher Education have raised more than $A140,000 for mission by donating a small percentage of their wages over the past three years.

My story—Yann Atger

I grew up in Tahiti where my dad is a pastor.

La Sierra University receives presidential award

La Sierra University was one of five educational institutions named a Presidential Awardee in the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

Surfing the gift tsunami

The problem with Christmas gifts is where to put them all.

Spare the rod; cherish the child

On a bright blue day, I took my girls along to experience the joys of Sydney’s Luna Park. And then, just like that carefree dream never occurred, something terrible happened.

Wahroonga Adventist School 2.0

Generations of students have honed their cricket skills on the Wahroonga Adventist School oval, grazed their knees on its asphalt playground and played with their younger siblings on the jungle gym at lunchtime. But those days are now over.

Adventist education is great!

Beginning in Prep at Wahroonga Adventist Primary School, to Year 10 at Hills Adventist College, I have been very happy, and continually blessed by the standards and quality of education provided.

A whole person . . . a disciple?

I have just returned to our Wahroonga office after chairing an important meeting of the governing council of Pacific Adventist University (PAU) in Papua New Guinea.

Adventist named best student in Nicaragua

A Seventh-day Adventist student was named Nicaragua’s “best student” last month after earning first place in a national competition measuring proficiency in math and science.

Leading UK educator inspires teachers

Leading international educator Phil Beadle visited Kempsey Adventist School (KAS) in August as part of the school’s partnership with Sydney’s Knox Grammar School and Ravenswood School for Girls.
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