Wednesday, October 23, 2019
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New church dedicated on remote island

A new church complex was officially opened on the island of Mangaia, Cook Islands, on December 28, 2016.

My story: Stan and Kedsia Weneguei

How a New Caledonian couple went from daily conflict to total surrender.

Small NZ schools turn enrolment around

Adventist schools in the smaller rural towns of New Zealand have been faced with declining enrolments over the past few years, but a few towns are turning this around.

There is no mission without the church . . .

Has the Advent movement become the Advent institution?

New health program highlights the power of forgiveness

A new program demonstrating the life-changing power of forgiveness was launched at health summits in New Zealand and Australia over the past two weekends.

NZPUC Youth Congress ignites faith

A recent youth congress held by the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference (NZPUC) attracted more than 240 young people, many of whom committed their lives to Christ.

Conference office to relocate to make way for new retirement living

After more than four years of planning, the building that housed the North New Zealand Conference will be demolished at the end of this month.

NZPUC leaders re-elected

A number of church presidents were re-elected to their positions during the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference’s constituency meetings held in Auckland this past weekend.

Why Brazil?

“Think you know South America, think again,” says Dr Brad Kemp, president of the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference. Dr Kemp was part of a small delegation from the South Pacific Division who went to Brazil to learn about the church growth there.

Mission to the Cities in full motion in NZPUC

The French Polynesia Mission ran a two-week evangelistic campaign in Faa’a in June, with 30 programs taking place across Tahiti’s most populated city.
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