Held at Warners Bay Adventist Church, the series presented by Avondale University head of Seminary Dr Kayle de Waal was themed Revelation of Hope.
The Ringi region of Solomon Islands may be known for its continuous rain but members stepped out in faith to run an evangelistic campaign.
Just like Jesus was able to target His message towards the needs and desires of the people of His time, the modern church needs to do the same.
Celebrating 135 years in 2021, Signs of the Times magazine has always been the Church’s flagship evangelistic publication.
Hundreds of people were baptised at the end of a prophecy seminar run by the Ted Wilson Memorial Seventh-day Adventist church in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
More than 90 young adults from Papua New Guinea have recently gone out into the streets of three different towns to share the Word of God.
The new church was planted by six families who made efforts to keep meeting despite challenges presented by COVID-19.
This year, for the first time in recent history, every conference in Australia and New Zealand will join in this exciting mission and share Hope for Troubled Times.
More than 2000 people attended the programs or watched online.
Wahroonga’s annual “SING NOEL” carols program and Sydney Adventist Hospital’s annual San Carols program were combined into one event and streamed on Youtube, Facebook and Hope Channel.