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Book launch reminds of Bible prophecy’s role

The launch of an Avondale academic’s Old Testament reading of Revelation has reminded Seventh-day Adventists of why they read Bible prophecy: to reveal Jesus Christ.

Fighting Mac returns home

The most comprehensive and accurate biography of the Gallipoli chaplain worshipped by the Anzacs despite being a wowser is now in the keeping of his family and of his church.

Adventists contribute to justice conference

Almost 40 Seventh-day Adventists from Victoria and interstate joined more than 500 for the Justice Conference, held in Melbourne, and organised by a coalition of 29 not-for-profit organisations, including ADRA Australia.

Manifest celebrates stories & the spoken word

A Seventh-day Adventist arts festival has celebrated and explored the oldest and purest form of storytelling during its annual celebration of faithful creativity.

Practical book puts power back in prayer

A new book about prayer is thought to be the first book published by Signs Publishing from a Papua New Guinean author. The book, 'Keeping Connection: Rediscovering the Power of Prayer', by Pastor Zuzai Hizoke was launched at JumBunna Lodge on March 15.

Book launch kicks off renewed student ministry

Discussions about the challenges and questions of living faith welcomed Melbourne Adventist university students to a renewed ministry to tertiary students on Friday night, February 27.

Justice in print and in person

The telling of a young asylum seeker’s journey from Afghanistan at the launch of a justice book has poignantly illustrated the rationale for its publication.

REVIEW: Do Justice

“God blesses those who hunger and thirst for justice, for they will be satisfied” (Matthew 5:6).

Author launches faith vs finance book

A new book, 'Help! I’ve Been Blessed!', aims to help people maintain a strong relationship with Christ in the current materialistic culture.

Book marks next chapter for the One Project

A new Australian-published book was launched as the first book from The One Project at their annual North American gathering on February 10 in Seattle.
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