Thursday, June 20, 2019
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First conference brings tertiary teacher trainers together

Teacher educators at Seventh-day Adventist tertiary institutions across the South Pacific will seek to collaborate on development and research after attending the inaugural conference.

Students excited to be out of tents and into new classrooms

Eight months after Tropical Cyclone Gita devastated Tonga, life has mostly returned to normal for students at Adventist schools.

Work begins to rebuild classrooms at Beulah Adventist College in Tonga

A team of nine volunteers from the United States is being assisted by Beulah students and members of the local community to do the construction work.

Teachers expand horizons for God’s service

More than 100 teachers from private and government schools in Vanuatu attended the service.

Tough conditions for students in tent classrooms

Tents have become makeshift classrooms for students at Adventist schools in Tonga while the schools await rebuilding work after Tropical Cyclone Gita struck in February.

Kiribati Adventist school making a difference in students’ lives

With an increased enrolment and five new staff, Kauma Adventist High School has had a positive start to the year.

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 education in a class of its own in Vanuatu

Adventist education in Vanuatu has such a good reputation that communities are very eager to establish an Adventist school in their village despite differences in religion.

Vanuatu students yet to return home after volcano eruption

Vanuatu students are missing their families but have settled in well to Aore Adventist Academy.

Baptisms create history in Tonga

Twenty-nine students from two Adventist schools in Tonga were baptised recently—part of a harvesting program that resulted in a record 225 baptisms for the island nation.
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