Thursday, September 19, 2019
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InFocus TV changing

December saw the last news bulletins being produced by Adventist Record magazine’s sister TV program, Record InFocus. However, episodes will continue to be produced featuring interviews and other segments from the program’s eight-year back-catalogue.

Record’s best of 2015

Adventist Record wishes readers a safe and happy Christmas and New Year and looks back at the stories that made 2015.

Mega Project Hope PNG

In a landmark achievement for Adventist television, Mega Project Hope PNG saw 303 30-minute TV programs filmed in just 20 days at locations around Papua New Guinea (PNG).

WATCH: Adventists in the South Pacific

Record InFocus host Kent Kingston asks Dr Barry Oliver, the leader of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific, some of the hard questions.

Does anyone watch Adventist Media?

Have you ever wondered what happens to all those TV programs, radio shows, all the magazines and websites the Adventist Media Network produces? Do they all just float off into the great unknown never to be heard of again?

Meet the team

Who has spicy Thai noodles for breakfast? Who speaks fluent Greek? Who is wary of pretty Samoan netballers?

They’re cheering us on

It’s been said that the front pages of newspapers catalogue humanity’s failures, while the back pages—the sports pages—tell us about humanity’s achievements.

100 years in Vanuatu

On June 12, 1912, the first Seventh-day Adventist missionaries arrived in the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu).
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