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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.

Burnout, theology and the prosperity gospel

We've been taught that being active in the Church will keep our spiritual life vigorous and strong. So why doesn't it always work out that way?

Wilson says Satan trying to destroy Church

Seventh-day Adventist world Church president, Dr Ted Wilson, said Satan was using every means at his disposal to try to destroy the Adventist Church and neutralise its mission of proclaiming Jesus’ soon coming.

WWJD?

In the ‘90s, WWJD armbands proliferated—the letters were on every evangelical’s lips, and the question, posed in the acronym, was provided as the answer to every situation. The problem? The answer isn’t always as simple as the question.

Wilson: pray for victims of extremism

Seventh-day Adventist Church president Dr Ted Wilson released a statement on Friday expressing concern over the persecution of religious minorities in Iraq and Syria.

Early morning chill

If you think there is nothing you can do to help modern-day martyrs like Sudan's Meriam Ibrahim, think again.

From peace to carnage

The two suicide bombers struck just as worshippers were leaving the morning service at All Saints Church in Peshawar on Sunday, September 22, 2013.

My first day at Northpoint church

Who knew a first day at a new workplace could be so inspiring?

ADRA’s response to the ‘PNG Solution’

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia does not support the Australian Government’s ‘Papua New Guinea Solution’.

Language as a weapon

Today, both major parties in Australia, and much of the media, are misapplying language that defines domestic social constructs in the most devastating manner to the most desperate people on earth.
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