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Breaking: Adventist media impacted in fight between Facebook and government

The fight between Facebook and the Australian government has seen Facebook ban all Australian news from the site, including Adventist Media's publications.

My Ministry: Live family worship goes global

The weekly livestream has reached 155 countries and each video averages around 70,000 views a week. 

The Ten: Most popular #RecordLive conversations of 2020

We've crunched the numbers and run the analytics, folks: These are your top 10 most popular #RecordLive episodes for 2020!

Adventist ministry connects local mums in Australia and New Zealand

"As Christians, it's our duty to respond to cries for help and, with these mums, it's in the simplest way possible: Being a friend," says Melody Tan, project manager of Mums At The Table.

New evangelistic series by Fijian youth receives overwhelming engagement

Broadcast by Hope Channel Fiji, each video is receiving between 10 to 20 thousand views, resulting in unprecedented phone calls and interest in Bible studies.

Push-up challenge

Pastor Maveni Kaufononga and other TPUM leaders have accepted the challenge. Will you?

New ‘An Apple a Day’ podcast unites Sydney youth group

With new episodes every Monday to Thursday, the "An Apple A Day" podcast was created to keep youth connected to Jesus and each other during social isolation.

North New South Wales ‘Big Camp Online’ a resounding success

Videos were livestreamed across various platforms during the week, receiving more than 40,000 views and lots of organic engagement.

Sabbath school Facebook group aims to equip parents and leaders

Jared Martin encourages parents to prioritise kids' Sabbath school while in isolation, because no influence "comes remotely close to matching the influence of parents on the religious faith and practices of youth".

Members making an impact, thousands seeking hope, surge in Bible studies

South Pacific Division president Glenn Townend gives us a summary of the latest COVID-19 developments across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
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