The hostel was to become a home for many high school age students whose parents were serving the Church as missionaries throughout the Pacific region.
This rural part of the country is geographically challenging with rugged terrain, which poses a challenging environment for outside missionaries to enter, travel and work.
The story of Haru Hariva, one of the early indigenous missionaries in Papua New Guinea, is extraordinary history that should not be lost.
Canoes, Crocodiles and Christ tells the stories of some of the most remarkable experiences of one of the first Adventist Papua New Guinean missionaries.
A Christmas thought from Pastor Glenn Townend.
Missionaries and ex-missionaries from the Cooranbong area were celebrated in a special service at Avondale Memorial Church on Sabbath, August 3.
Pastor Glenn Townend—fresh off his epic trek—reflects on Kokoda’s past as well as its present-day challenges.
Before commencing their Kokoda trek, Jarrod and his family took some time to look back.
Lest we forget . . . those who have gone before us.
This new book is both a collection of stories and a comprehensive survey of the history and significance of mission boats in the growth and development of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.