All the Conference presidents experienced a spiritual retreat and spent Sabbath worshiping with a local church.
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On July 20, 2008, the very first Faith FM radio station was launched from the roof of a church member’s house. Today, there are more than 130 radio broadcasts reaching more than 5 million Australians.
The annual Digital Discipleship Conference was filled with ideas and inspiration.
Around 80 delegates from Australia attended the Youth Engagement Summit to talk about how the Adventist Church can keep young people engaged and active in the faith.
Extensive consultation of Seventh-day Adventist Church members and leaders across Australia has revealed a strong common desire to be a church that responds to the harassed and helpless.
The new resources include children’s books about Adventist pioneers in Australia, and a high-quality glossy picture book highlighting the of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia.
As a boy, AUC president Jorge Munoz learned to make a pair of shoes by watching his grandfather. But what he also learned was something far more special—something of eternal significance.
A focus on digital platforms and reaching unchurched young people will be key for this new media initiative.
The future of Adventist women in ministry is looking very promising.
From Thursday Island to Hobart, Norfolk Island to Broome, and the remote Finke church in the middle of the outback, more than 500 pastors and their spouses recently gathered at Avondale College for these special meetings.