Around 80 people shared experience and testimonies during the NNSW Multiply TED Talks, an annual church planting event.
The surprising influx of students follows COVID-19 disruptions and years of concern over dwindling numbers.
More than 190 people gathered in Stuarts Point, NSW, to grow spiritually through prayer.
For more than 26 years, Allira House has been actively assisting vulnerable women in the Newcastle area.
Created by a skilled production team, the documentary explores how the Adventist Church began in the North New South Wales Conference.
Videos were livestreamed across various platforms during the week, receiving more than 40,000 views and lots of organic engagement.
The weekend attracted a diverse range of attendees—both young and old—to pray for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit.
Staff were asked to stay home today until a safety check and insurance assessment can be conducted.
Pastors Adrian Raethel and Abel Iorgulescu have been elected as the new president and general secretary for the NNSW Conference, respectively.
According to Natural Church Development surveys, the North New South Wales Conference has demonstrated the largest collective improvement of any conference, anywhere in the world.
Kempsey Adventist School participated in a unique pilot program aimed at improving literacy and numeracy outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
North New South Wales Conference recently appointed Charissa Fong to be their official prayer coordinator.