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New book about Christmas receives thousands of pre-orders

Written by Signs Publishing editor Nathan Brown, "Advent" is a book designed to be shared with friends and neighbours.

Book Review: If You Are Thirsty, You Can Be Spirit-filled

There has been much contention and confusion regarding the Holy Spirit throughout Christian history. Peter Roennfeldt's new book points us back to Jesus as the starting point for understanding and experiencing the Holy Spirit.

Peter Roennfeldt talks thirst for the Holy Spirit

The author explains how a good theology of the Holy Spirit adds to our understanding of discipleship.

New book prescribes Spirit for thirsty disciples

Dr Roennfeldt sees the focus of his new book as an extension of his previous books that have focused on New Testament stories, disciple-making and church models.

Expanded books help people cope with stress

Unlike other stress resources, author Cameron Johnston's approach is wholistic. “I practise the principles in my book,” he says.

AdventCare thanks staff amid Melbourne lockdown

"Wellbeing Bags" were assembled by residents to remind staff members to take care of themselves.

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.
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