Thursday, October 29, 2020
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The diagnosis is not good

ELC is a condition that is very common and, if left untreated, potentially fatal. And there's a high chance you might have it.

Prescott College in demand

Prescott College Southern (Morphett Vale, SA) will soon open its doors to an extra 250 students, with the local council last month approving the school’s application to increase enrolment numbers from 650 to 900.

Is this the end?

So far our denomination has followed the inexorable trajectory of organisational development—from a grassroots movement to an established institution. “Adjourning” is next. The organisation is approaching the end of its natural life cycle.

SPD church membership grows in 2015

By the end of 2015 there were 445,590 Seventh-day Adventist Church members in the South Pacific Division, according to recently released membership data.

Record growth for Adventist Church in 2015

An all-time record 1.26 million people joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 2015, according to the Church’s “2016 Annual Statistical Report”.

Mastering the art of love

Hey you, “Lovey, dovey, kissy kissy kiss kiss” thinking of tying the knot. This article is for you . . . as well as all the other lovers out there.

Honesty, humility, humanity

One thing will determine whether Papua New Guinea becomes the Nigeria or Botswana of the Pacific: money management. Freedom and the future really do come at a price.

In a class of its own

Pacific Adventist University (PAU) is one of Papua New Guinea's most respected tertiary institutions. Vice chancellor, Professor Ben Thomas, reflects on PAU's progress and future.

Journey of faith

On a number of occasions I have mentioned that I have never really considered that there is anything particularly spectacular about my journey of faith.

PAU celebrates 30 years

In 1984, Pacific Adventist University (known then as Pacific Adventist College) celebrated its first graduation, with less than 10 people walking the aisle. Thirty years later and enrolment is almost 1100, with the institute unable to keep up with demand.
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