Thursday, September 19, 2019
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Peace in the valley

The transformation of the Guna-Goreku tribe in Papua New Guinea's Simbu Province began with a God-given dream.

A critical spirit

Are we a people of peace or a pack of finger-pointers?

Adventists and war—100 years on from Armistice Day, November 11, 1918

This Remembrance Day marks 100 years since the end of World War I. This piece details some of the difficulties Seventh-day Adventists faced during the conflict and examines how we should remember the conflict.

Prayer blockers

Prayer is supposed to be a key spiritual discipline. Then why is it so hard sometimes?

Griffith church apologises publicly at conference session

Griffith church has a history of being rough on pastors. But after much soul searching and prayer, they decided to repent and apologise in a special ceremony.

Finding the Silva lining

Michelle Silva hit rock bottom five years ago. This past Sabbath (July 9) she hit the waters of a baptismal pool. Her life is proof that God brings his children home.

Still

If there was ever a person who was cool, calm and collected, it was Jesus.

Hope shines

The Martin Place shooting. Planes mysteriously exploding and crashing. Fighting in Syria. Multiple terror attacks in Paris. And all this in under a year. What are we to make of our crazy world?

Declaration of dependence

I was standing at Gate 24 at Melbourne Airport waiting to board my flight to Newcastle. Then I got a phone call—the kind of call that turns your world upside down.

The Great War

The death toll of the Great War of 1914-1918 was staggering, numbing and heartbreaking. The loss of talent, ingenuity and imagination to the world was simply incalculable.
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