Monday, November 18, 2019
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It Is Written evangelism training inspires Auckland churches

More than 130 people took part in soul-winning and leadership training (SALT) this past week at Brentwood Seventh-day Adventist Church.

It Is Written returns to Australian TV

The popular Adventist television show will make its long-awaited return to Australian free-to-air TV on Sunday, June 2.

Victoria prepares for a harvest

The Victorian Conference is preparing for a key part of its Harvest Victoria initiative—an evangelistic series hosted by popular It Is Written speakers Pastors John Bradshaw and Eric Flickenger.

SPD Communication Department releases updated statement on IIWO

The statement includes details about the current claim being pursued by former IIWO speaker/director Pastor Gary Kent through the Australian Fair Work Commission, prayer and support from the General Conference, and seeks to clarify recent commentary in relation to the IIWO trademark and funding.

Helping the blind and deaf

Lee Dunstan stumbled through the pitch blackness, eventually falling flat on his face. The experience left him in a lot of pain and with a very important lesson.

2012—Mayan mystery

It may seem odd, but I started 2012 dreaming about Mexico. Mexico? Why on earth would any Aussie or Kiwi be dreaming of Mexico at that time of year?

PM donates to Adventist ministry

Solomon Islands Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo has made a large donation to the It Is Written Medisonship, a medical mission boat owned and operated by Sonship.

Signs presents of Secrets of Prophecy

More than 800 people have attended Signs of the Times magazine sponsored prophecy seminars at Wellington, Auckland and Dunedin. Pastor Gary Kent, speaker for It Is Written Oceania television programs, presented the seminars over the last weekend in

Art display depicts the life of Christ

The South Pacific Division held an open day to promote their library and new resources, ranging from general books to DVD’s and magazines—the draw card, a spread of food and a display of art works by artist, Phil McKay.

Wilson gives away first audio Bibles

Pastor Ted Wilson travelled to Gabensis—22km outside of Lae in Papua New Guinea—to meet villagers and give them the first audio Bibles in the pidgin language.
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