Thursday, October 17, 2019
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AMEN conference: medical evangelists meet in Adelaide

More than 100 Adventist medical professionals and students gathered last weekend for the AMEN conference. The Adelaide meeting equipped delegates to "heal, survive and thrive."

Lifestyle Medicine Summit focuses on health, healing and hope

Lifestyle medicine is growing in popularity and the inaugural summit explored what opportunities exist for the Church in this field.

SPD to host inaugural Lifestyle Medicine Summit

The summit will include a TED-style talk on brain health and how lifestyle plays a vital role.

Church’s goal to be world leader in lifestyle medicine

The aim is for the Adventist Church to establish itself as the go-to authority on health.

Transform your life

Stress less and live more—sounds incredible doesn’t it? But it’s not simply a pipe dream!

Health message gets a booster shot

The health message of the Seventh-day Adventist Church—the “right arm” of the gospel—is getting a much-needed booster shot as part of an innovative new strategy designed to meet the needs of communities throughout the South Pacific Division.

Mega Project Hope PNG

In a landmark achievement for Adventist television, Mega Project Hope PNG saw 303 30-minute TV programs filmed in just 20 days at locations around Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Project Hope kicks off in PNG

Imagine shooting 300 half-hour television programs in the span of one month. Well, that is the scope of MEGA Project Hope—a large-scale production project currently underway in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Does anyone watch Adventist Media?

Have you ever wondered what happens to all those TV programs, radio shows, all the magazines and websites the Adventist Media Network produces? Do they all just float off into the great unknown never to be heard of again?

Fifty years on

This Friday will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F Kennedy. To commemorate the occasion, Channel 7TWO will be airing an It Is Written Oceania (IIWO) program on the shooting of the former United States president.
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