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South Pacific Adventist youth challenged to ‘be the sermon’

Adventist youth around the South Pacific Division accept the General Conference challenge.

Adventist student’s incredible story of survival

Taauke Ruevita was the youngest survivor of the Kiribati ferry tragedy, which claimed more than 80 lives in January. She spent 12 days in a lifeboat waiting to be rescued, catching fish to eat and drinking seawater.

Adventist Church mourns Kiribati ferry tragedy

Pastor Luther Taniveke says the Adventist Church in Kiribati's thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by the ferry disaster.

Program for teenage girls tours Pacific

Before retiring, outgoing South Pacific Division women’s ministries director, Erna Johnson, toured the Pacific, holding a series of meetings for teenage girls. 

Kiribati Adventist youth urge greater climate action

Two Adventist young people from Kiribati have shared stories of how climate change is impacting their nation and called for greater action against climate change as guests of the “Voices for Justice” conference, hosted by Micah Australia in Canberra on November 19–21.

Atoll evangelism a success

Three hundred Seventh-day Adventists and their friends on the island of Tarawa witnessed the baptism of 65 people at the conclusion of an evangelistic series conducted by Pastor Gary Webster.

City evangelism moves to the atolls

The City Evangelism series, often run in the world’s largest cities—from as far as New York to Sydney—has been extended to atolls in the central Pacific.

Church issues statement on Sabbath in Samoa

The office of the president of the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has issued a statement on the question of the Sabbath in Samoa. The statement also refers to the Sabbath in Tonga, Wallis and Futuna, and Kiribati.
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