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Inaugural conference remembers missionaries

A conference has been held that celebrates and remembers the contribution of Adventist missionaries, both expatriate and national, at Fulton College, Fiji.

Remembering the legacy of Dr Graeme Bradford

A Seventh-day Adventist minister and “reluctant” academic dubbed the “thinking evangelist” by his family died on May 8 after a four-year fight with melanoma.

But what’s the takeaway?

Leaders from across the South Pacific Division gathered yesterday at the new Fulton College Campus located 10 minutes from Nadi Airport in Fiji for a week of advisory meetings.

National accreditation for Fulton diplomas

Fulton College has reached a major milestone in its quest to have courses internationally recognised.

The Avondale scholarship you’ve never heard of

Sarah-Jane Riley is the 50th recipient of an unusual scholarship with an interesting history.

Recapturing Adventism’s big picture

For the first time in more than a decade, the South Pacific Division (SPD) has held a Bible conference, taking the “Recapturing the big picture” theme on the road.

Mission as discipleship

Making disciples is the very core of our mission. Yet how can we know if we are doing it effectively?

A different life

Giving one's life to Christ is never a small thing. Yet for many of us, the decision comes with relatively little consequence. Not so for people like Romina Masih, whose decision to become an Adventist was met with denunciation and death threats.

Adventist teachers advance their studies

Forty-one teachers from Adventist schools in Solomon Islands have upgraded their teaching certificates through Fulton College’s extension program.

My story—Leone Uluitoga Tubuna

I had a very difficult early family life. I was adopted by my uncle—my mum’s brother. He and his wife had no children.
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