Over 60 teens aged between 14 and 16, representing the nine local Australian conferences, attended the seventh CHOSEN—a conference for teens with potential leadership qualities.
Tanja left her comfortable life in Australia behind and moved to Africa where she dedicates her life to empowering women to overcome hopelessness and poverty.
Rahab Balangawi started the adult literacy project in 2020 when she noticed that some of the people attending her local church didn’t participate in Bible reading and study.
Three Avondale ministry and theology students are helping hoops fan and minister Raymon Paletua create safe places for children, and in doing so build the reputation of the Seventh-day Adventists as being community-minded.
The ADF has appointed two more Seventh-day Adventist Pastors to serve as Chaplains in their ranks, totalling five chaplains across the Navy, Army and Air Force.
To help struggling women in PNG, Pastor Leighton Kasimo and his wife Ato run classes in sewing to help them find financial dependence.
The camp, that happens every two years, is designed to give support to new ministers in training, support and access to church leaders.
When parents with two small children arrive at our church door for the first time, where is our attention?
The appointments of Pastors Miljan Popovic and Gys Seegers as Australian Defence Force chaplains is a first for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia.
Travelling thousands of kilometres to share Jesus.