Monday, August 19, 2019
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Sacrifice and service

Before commencing their Kokoda trek, Jarrod and his family took some time to look back.

The Ten: Pacific missionaries who died far from home

Lest we forget . . . those who have gone before us.

Book Review: Captain Jack Radley and the Heyday of the Fleet

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.

Risk and reward

In Western Christianity, we no longer have to worry about being thrown to the lions or burned at the stake. However, there is a new danger we should all be worried about.

The vanua and Tevita’s faith

The vanua is the epitome of Pacific identity, offering a sense of belonging, blessing and pride to its people. The problem is the beliefs and practices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church are not always aligned with the those of the vanua.

Tackle the track

In July next year, South Pacific Division president Pastor Glenn Townend and his son will head to the famous Kokoda Track to fight a new, deadly enemy.

A day in the life of a . . . missionary...

Next year will mark 40 years of mission service for Australians Clif and Karen Maberly.

Carolyn Sutton talks devotional books

“More souls for the kingdom, Lord, through these stories.”

Review: Man-Eaters of Malekula

"Reading Man-Eaters of Malekula is like discovering a time capsule of the earliest days of Adventist missionary work in the South Pacific."

Inaugural conference remembers missionaries

A conference has been held that celebrates and remembers the contribution of Adventist missionaries, both expatriate and national, at Fulton College, Fiji.
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