Thursday, October 22, 2020
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Return to Gomlongon Village

A keen group of Lae city Adventists confronts the reality of remote mission work on a trip to Umboi Island filled with unexpected challenges and blessings.

Record Rewind: Peni Tavodi

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Papua New Guinea wouldn't be what it is today without the service and sacrifice of Fijian missionary Peni Tavodi.

Former president accepts Pacific volunteer role

Dr Neil Watts, former Conference and Union Mission president, has recently accepted a volunteer role as Field Officer for Volunteers in Action (VIA).   VIA...

Large-hearted Christian

Pastor Nelson “Nubby” Burns was no ordinary teacher. He was John Keating (from Dead Poets Society) before John Keating—an unorthodox teacher with the ability to wow and inspire students.

Remember

Her name was Bo, and for a young James Standish who was struggling through school, she was a lifesaver.

Pioneer missionary pilot dies

The South Pacific Division is mourning the loss of 95-year-old Pastor Len Barnard. He was the first Seventh-day Adventist medical missionary pilot in Papua New Guinea.

RECORD REWIND: Katie’s special hand

Children’s time in our churches each Sabbath is a very special event for so many of our youngsters. But story time in church for the little ones was not included in the program in the early days of our Church.

Opening the door

Pastor Trafford Fischer looks back at the life of Robert Morrison—the first Protestant missionary to China.

Church remembers fallen missionary

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has commemorated the life of Adventist medical missionary martyr Brian Dunn and relocated his remains from Kola Ridge cemetery to the Adventist cemetery at Betikama.

Why Mussau matters

In 1932, Captain McLaren brought a mission boat into the unentered territory of Mussau and Emirau. There was a good reason it was unentered: when the first missionary arrived he was clubbed to death and eaten.
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