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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.

Valediction

James Standish wrapped up his tenure as Adventist Record editor on Tuesday. Here are five big ideas he has tried to share through the pages of the magazine over the past five years.

Dearest folks: A letter for a new generation

A long-ago letter-writer addresses her new audience.

Book launch sets sales record

A book about an Avondale alumna’s mission experience set attendance and sales records at its launch in Cooranbong this past Saturday (May 28).

Hearts for mission

Have you heard of "the Kebun"? Well, he was baptised not too long ago at the age of 105. It's a miracle that probably never would have happened without the work of the Thorpes.

16 ordained to ministry

History was made for the Church in Papua New Guinea when 16 ministers were ordained at the end of a workers’ meeting at Kimininga, according to the Western Highlands Mission (WHM).

Faith at work in the Middle East

Melody, an Adventist believer from South Africa, initially kept quiet about her faith in the health and beauty spa that she owns in a strict Arab country.

Ordinary

There is nothing ordinary about a Christian life well lived—no matter where it occurs.

100 years of Adventism in Solomon Islands (Pt 1)

The Solomon Star takes a look back at 100 years of Adventism in the Solomon Islands.
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