Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Tags India

Tag: India

Record Rewind: Our first missionary

On September 8, 1894, 22-year-old Fairley Masters sailed from Australia to become Australasia’s first overseas missionary.

Reuben Hare: Ultimate service-man

Pastor Hare served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than 47 years. His contribution to Australia's emergency services during World War II were perhaps even more significant.

Northern NSW church changing lives

The Tumbulgum Seventh-day Adventist Church (NSW) is helping to change the lives of many people, both locally and around the world.

Asian Aid celebrates 50 years

Birthday cake, balloons and lots of laughter were just a glimpse into Asian Aid’s 50th anniversary celebrations this past weekend.

Author’s ‘Jesus. All.’ focus

Author and editor Dr William Johnsson discusses why he committed his working life to writing for the Church.

Into every home

Each year the Adventist World Radio offering is one of the biggest offerings collected in our Division. But I wonder how many of us understand exactly how the money is spent?

Adventists provide aid after floods in India

ADRA and church employees deliver food and other relief in Chennai.

CHIP makes impact in Asia Pacific

The life-changing impact of the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) is going beyond the South Pacific Division, with CHIP Australia providing instrumental support in the launch of CHIP in the Southern Asia Pacific Division.

ADRA India responds to flooding

Heavy rain in a north-eastern state of India earlier this month has caused major floods and landslides, leaving hundreds dead and millions displaced.

Beauty with scars

Her face was rotting and unrecognisable. Yet for Nicole Sandy, this young Indian girl was the most beautiful person she had ever seen.
- Advertisement -