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Mamarapha College reopens after closure due to COVID restrictions

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: educating a generation

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.

My Story: Henry Dunn

From not being able to read and write to voraciously reading and ministering in inner Sydney, read Henry's amazing story. 

A day in the life of a . . . remote...

Pastor Don Fehlberg opens up about his work and ministry in Australia's isolated, Indigenous communities.

Cardboard testimonies

Pastor Jorge Munoz says our own stories can be a "powerful weapon" for the kingdom of God.

SPD scholars contribute to International Bible Conference

Scholars and theologians from around the world converged on Rome for the fourth International Bible Conference.

My Story: Jimmy Dunn

Jimmy couldn't read or write, and sold drugs for a living. Now, he's the pastor of a Seventh-day Adventist Church and wants to lead others to Jesus, just like he was led.

What does the Union do?

What actually is the Australian Union Conference? Do we even need it?

Largest class in the history of Mamarapha

Making history: Mamarapha College has started the year on a high note.

First Indigenous ATSIM director for AUC

Pastor Darren Garlett was also among the first graduating class from Mamarapha College in 1999.
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