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Book Review: Living 28

Is Living 28 just another empty promise of making Adventist doctrine relevant to the 21st Century, or does it refreshingly hit the mark? Maryellen Fairfax investigates.

New ebook offers guide for ministry during COVID-19

"[We're] scrambling to respond to a rapidly evolving situation, [so] last weekend I brought together some of the encouragement and practical suggestions being shared," said author Dr Peter Roennfeldt.

New resources meet desperate need for Bibles in the Pacific Islands

250,000 copies containing the books of Mark, John and Acts have been printed to be distributed in time for Papua New Guinea for Christ in May.

Peter Roennfeldt talks about the apostles’ vision

With the launch of the third book in his "Following . . ." series, Dr Peter Roennfeldt talks about what he has learnt in writing these books and the growing disciple-making movement in the South Pacific.

‘Apostles’ Vision’ cast for South Pacific church leaders

Church leaders at the SPD’s year-end meetings were challenged by Dr Peter Roennfeldt’s call to recapture a movement mentality.

ADRA attends Voices for Justice Conference 2019

As part of the Voices for Justice Conference hosted by Micah Australia, ADRA representatives were joined by 230 Australian Christians and 15 Pacific Church leaders to discuss what the Pacific Step Up means for Pacific people.

Praise for seminarian’s new book

Avondale University College's "Praise Hymns" has shared its stage to launch a new book from the head of the seminary entitled "Hearing the Way"

‘Take Me to the San’ book launch for San homecoming weekend

More than 16 years in the making, the new book contains honest and inspirational stories from 12 contributors who have significantly impacted the San's mission and culture over the years.

Nathan Brown talks faith that makes a difference

The author and editor explains why justice is a recurring theme in his writing.

Book Review: For the Least of These

This quarter's Sabbath School companion book is a rallying cry to "do justice".
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