The South Pacific Division office had an entire week of morning worship dedicated to promoting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history
The government of Western Australia had imposed regional borders within its state to ensure that remote, vulnerable Indigenous communities were not exposed to COVID-19.
The weekend featured special music from the “Dark Emu Gospel Band” and the baptism of four Karalundi alumni.
The concert drew an 800-strong audience and raised more than $A6000 for the Bible Society’s Indigenous ministry.
Kempsey Adventist School participated in a unique pilot program aimed at improving literacy and numeracy outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
More than 200 Indigenous Australians gathered together in Victor Harbor, South Australia, for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries (ATSIM) national camp from January 16-21.
Jimmy couldn’t read or write, and sold drugs for a living. Now, he’s the pastor of a Seventh-day Adventist Church and wants to lead others to Jesus, just like he was led.
Our Stories, God Stories is filled with stories of hardship, loss, outback life, isolation and, ultimately, being transformed through Jesus’ love.
The book, which details the history of the Mona Mona Mission, will be released later this year.
Pastor Darren Garlett was also among the first graduating class from Mamarapha College in 1999.