Monday, September 16, 2019
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Agreement reached in IIWO management dispute

"Both parties have graciously accepted each other's apologies and agreed to move forward with serving the Lord."

SPD Communication Department releases updated statement on IIWO

The statement includes details about the current claim being pursued by former IIWO speaker/director Pastor Gary Kent through the Australian Fair Work Commission, prayer and support from the General Conference, and seeks to clarify recent commentary in relation to the IIWO trademark and funding.

Mediation progress between representatives of the SPD, IIWO and Pastor Gary...

All parties believe that real progress has been made and are hopeful that an outcome that is mutually acceptable to all can be reached shortly.

Leadership change at It Is Written Oceania

Pastor Gary Kent will no longer be speaker/director of It Is Written Oceania.

Unique witnessing tool

Next week’s release of the film Hacksaw Ridge offers members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church an unprecedented witnessing opportunity, according to Pastor Justin Lawman, president of the North New South Wales Conference.

It Is Written TV ministry sees changes

It Is Written Oceania is moving from its current offices within the Adventist Media building at Wahroonga (NSW) to a new, donated facility in Dora Creek, closer to Cooranbong and a large pool of potential volunteers.

Audio Bible produced in Solomons Pijin

Seventeen pastors recorded the full Bible in Pijin in just three weeks for the It Is Written Oceania (IIWO) Godpod project.

Conference partners with IIWO

South New Zealand Conference (SNZC) and It Is Written Oceania (IIWO) partnered to run an evangelistic series across Christchurch.

Evangelism a success in Tonga

The Mission to the Cities initiative continues to gain momentum in cities around the South Pacific, using a combination of evangelism and health messages. The recent program in Tonga’s capital, Nuku’alofa, was no exception.

City transformed as thousands accept Jesus

More than 3000 people requested baptism at the close of a three-week evangelistic campaign in Lae, Papua New Guinea. The meetings attracted more than 40,000 people, about half of the city’s population, to Eriku Oval on most nights.
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