Tuesday, August 4, 2020
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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.

My story—Jim Wagi

We felt God had great plans for our 12-year-old son, Peterson. But in November 2010, Peterson was walking along the road in Mt Hagen, Papua New Guinea, when a car came too close and hit him. He died there on the road.

Amazing Grace: Lani’s story continues

“I have to forgive him,” Lani Brereton says of the drunk driver responsible for the horrific accident that nearly claimed her life.

Adventist leader forgives drunk driver

In an act of grace, John Brereton, publishing director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific, met with the drunk driver who almost killed his daughter, Lani Brereton, in a head-on crash on December 14.

A porn addict’s journey

My name is Graham. I am a believer in Jesus Christ. And I struggle with porn addiction.

Ten years on . . .

May 18 marked the 10th anniversary of the beheading murder of my missionary husband, Lance Gersbach, in Atoifi, Solomon Islands. We mourned the loss of a husband, father, brother and friend.

Dimensions of the cross

Have you ever wondered why Christians seem to be so fixated on the cross of Jesus?

My story—Teariki Engu

My family is from the Cook Islands, but I was born and grew up in NZ. My mum was a strong Adventist, but my dad was into drinking and carousing. It was a confusing environment.
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