Friday, December 13, 2019
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Secular culture threatens Signs

It's getting harder to display Signs of the Times in public spaces. Is this just a sign of the times?

New Signs display takes off

Adventists in the North New South Wales Conference have responded generously to a call to fund the placement of Signs of the Times magazines at Newcastle Airport.

Adventist Media seeks support at tax time

Adventist Media is offering supporters the opportunity to make tax-deductible donations to support the production of film and print ministry resources as the 2018–2019 financial year closes.

New 5-Star Signs project launched

Signs of the Times' new "Community Connection" 5-Star Project will reduce the annual cost of Signs magazine from $26 to $20 for those involved in community projects.

Signs of the Times now on radio and podcast

Regular FaithFM listeners have become familiar with the distinctive upbeat marimba intro of Signs of the Times Radio, which plays on Monday evenings and is repeated through the week.

Signs of the Times appoints assistant editor

Daniel Kuberek has started working for the editorial department at Adventist Media.

New editor appointed for Signs magazine

Following the departure of long-serving editor Lee Dunstan, associate editor Kent Kingston is stepping up to head Signs of the Times magazine.

A gold award for Adventist Record

Adventist Record won the gold award for Best Designed Website at this year’s Australasian Religious Press Association (ARPA) awards ceremony.

The Table: young families the focus of new lifestyle TV series

Get ready to join us at The Table.

SPD looking for new communication director

James Standish has announced that he is taking a leave of absence from denominational employment in the South Pacific Division to return to the United States with his family.
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