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The development will completely transform the current facilities, allowing the college to provide a better learning environment.
In the hills south-east of Perth, there is humble little Bible college that has made a huge impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries (ATSIM) work across Australia over the past 25 years.
Mamarapha College has become the first institution of its size to receive a worldwide Seventh-day Adventist accreditation as a medium level institution in the South Pacific Division (SPD).
Following two tumultuous academic years impacted by COVID-19 and border closures, the graduation was a celebration of both academic achievement and spiritual growth.
AUC associate secretary Pastor Ken Vogel has retired after 43 years of denominational service.
“The AUC wants to show that we value the contribution women make to ministry, it is important to have good representation across our pastoral team, at a union level, conference level and local church level,” Pastor Johnson stated.
The new remote area pastor will be based in Darwin, looking to expand ATSIM’s work in the Northern Territory.
The government of Western Australia had imposed regional borders within its state to ensure that remote, vulnerable Indigenous communities were not exposed to COVID-19.
Mamarapha College is an oasis of peace and learning and most Australian Adventists aren’t aware of the massive, nation-changing impact it is quietly making.