Sunday, December 16, 2018
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Oneness in Christ: Avondale academic guides thinking about worldwide Church unity

Dr Wendy Jackson not only wrote helps for teachers of the Church’s Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide but also scripts for a complimentary video series.

Why the SPD is committed to support women in ministry

The South Pacific Division’s support of women in ministry is within the General Conference policy and manuals and solidly based on the biblical beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

‘Enough!’: Avondale College president’s clarion call

A speech of note set the tone for the commissioning service of Avondale seminarian Dr Wendy Jackson. Avondale College of Higher Education president Professor Ray Roennfeldt’s welcome expressed his frustration with the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church’s decision not to give regional divisions the autonomy to ordain women.

Year-end meetings focus on compliance and discipleship

The Division Executive Committee meetings—two days where many important discussions are held about the Church in the South Pacific.

Day 2: Division Executive meetings

Interview with SPD president Pastor Glenn Townend explaining what happened during the annual year-end meetings.

SPD remains committed to women’s ordination

A summary of day 1 of the Division Executive Committee and an important discussion that took place.

The world is fracturing; give me Jesus

"Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; mere anarchy is loosed upon the world," wrote poet William Yeats in 1919. A century later his grim foreboding is awfully resonant.

The Ten: Bible verses about unity

There's been a lot of talk about unity lately. But what does the Word of God have to say?

Open letter to the Seventh-day Adventist Church

The recent compliance discussions and decisions have created tension and hurt among many. Megan Johnson provides some biblical counsel that might just help comfort and guide in this open letter to the Church.

I have a dream

The recent church compliance conversation started Melody Tan dreaming big dreams for future generations.
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