Monday, December 16, 2019
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Healing the scars of war

Never underestimate the power of reconciliation. It stops conflicts, heals hearts and changes lives.

When we fall away

Have you ever done a Peter—made a bold proclamation for God and then completely blown it?

The Lord’s prayer

Our Father in heaven . . . Abba, Daddy. Your Name is so high and so holy but You’re closer than our pulsing hearts. May we uphold both Your holiness and Your closeness in our prayer.

Ex-gangster facilitates reconciliation

Newly-baptised Adventist man Sam Oivo has used his influence as a former criminal ringleader in Papua New Guinea to bring three local gangs together with community leaders in a reconciliation ceremony.

What’s the connection?

Pastor Kevin Price, director of Adventist Health for the South Pacific Division, discusses the connection between spiritual and physical health.

2000 Adventist couples renew wedding vows

A record 2000 Seventh-day Adventist couples from across Jamaica renewed their marital vows at a gathering where they learned that the keys to a successful marriage are humility and the full surrender of self to God.

Three years of forever

Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on three happy—and hard—years of marriage.

My story—Stephannie Elodo

What do you do when God asks you to tell people in authority over you that they are doing something wrong? That was my challenge and this is my story.

Adventists making peace in Bougainville

Adventist churches around Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, are participating in reconciliation events aimed at healing hurts and restoring relationships in the aftermath of the island’s devastating 1989-1999 civil war.

Welcome back Bruce

Bruce had been raised in a good Seventh-day Adventist home and attended an Adventist school. He had enjoyed Pathfinders and camps and all the things the Church has to offer. But then something happened.
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