“The implications that Dr Roennfeldt draws from his study are disruptive to our conventional ways of thinking about church, discipleship and mission.”
Editors of new book extend understanding of the integration of faith and learning.
A service learning initiative offering teacher education students at Avondale professional experience in another culture chalked up its 21st trip in February. And, for the first time, a Pacific island country was the destination.
Pastor Arthur Lawson was a shining light to many Australians and Papua New Guineans over his 85 years of life.
A group of former missionaries from across the South Pacific met at Avondale to share the highs and lows of taking the gospel abroad.
As a Church, the effectiveness of our mission hinges on how well we understand the people who we are trying to reach.
After more than three years of planning, the “God of Hope” art exhibition is now open to the public.
Dr Kayle de Waal’s latest book is “read best with your Bible in hand and this helps you begin to see the New Testament in a new light.”
The South Pacific Division has established its first purpose statement. Pastor Glenn Townend explains what it is and why it’s needed.
Adventist Record sits down with pastors Joshua Stothers and Jesse Herford—the dynamic duo behind the hit podcast, Burn the Haystack.
On what are you basing your idea of church unity?
The accomplished writer and Adventist historian opens up about his most recent work and the importance of “revisionist history” to Adventists today.