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Empower 2018: AUC Ministers’ Meetings

From Thursday Island to Hobart, Norfolk Island to Broome, and the remote Finke church in the middle of the outback, more than 500 pastors and their spouses recently gathered at Avondale College for these special meetings.

Challenging the call to 24/7 ministry

The work–life imbalance of Seventh-day Adventist ministers revealed by academics at Avondale has helped the church in Australia rethink professional development.

First female minister commissioned in PNGUM

The Adventist Church in Papua New Guinea commissioned its first woman minister during its 15th Business Session held last month in Lae.

Why study ministry and theology?

There are those who don’t think an Avondale theology degree is worth the paper it's printed on. Others go so far as to say studying theology at Avondale actually inhibits rather than enhances ministry. Are they right?

How to be a successful pastor

How can a pastor be both loved by his members and successful in soul winning? Pastor Bruce Price offers some suggestions.

Healthy church

As you read this edition of the RECORD, I am in Papua New Guinea participating in a series of three health summits that will bring together all of our teachers and ministers across the country—more than 1000 people. This is historic.

NAD church leaders apologise for policy error

The president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s North American Division (NAD) apologised in an open letter to the Division’s Executive Committee for some inadvertent oversteps in policy in the NAD’s quest to allow commissioned ministers—including wome
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