Wednesday, May 27, 2020
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If your French-speaking church is closed

The translation was released two weeks after the original eBook—a guide for pastors seeking to lead and grow their churches amid the closure of church buildings in response to COVID-19—was launched on April 3.

Book review: Following the Apostles’ Vision

"The implications that Dr Roennfeldt draws from his study are disruptive to our conventional ways of thinking about church, discipleship and mission."

New resources meet desperate need for Bibles in the Pacific Islands

250,000 copies containing the books of Mark, John and Acts have been printed to be distributed in time for Papua New Guinea for Christ in May.

Peter Roennfeldt talks about the apostles’ vision

With the launch of the third book in his "Following . . ." series, Dr Peter Roennfeldt talks about what he has learnt in writing these books and the growing disciple-making movement in the South Pacific.

Book Review: If You Can Eat . . . You Can...

Dr Peter Roennfeldt's latest book offers "a real and refreshing" alternative to the problem—and privilege—of sharing Jesus.

New French book a first for SPD territories

Suivre Jesus, the translation of Following Jesus by Dr Peter Roennfeldt, has become a key resource for the Church’s focus on discipleship.

Peter Roennfeldt talks evangelism by eating

Author says evangelism and discipleship are to encompass all dimensions of life, including our mental, physical, spiritual and relational wellbeing.

New simple discipleship book launched by road trip and camp meeting

If You Can Eat . . . You Can Make Disciples was launched on September 24 with a prayer of dedication led by South Queensland conference president Pastor Brett Townend.

Small group ministry has big impact in PNG

Members of Kamba Seventh-day Adventist Church are reaching out to the people in their village, where the dominant religion is Lutheran.

New church to cater for sudden growth in membership

Small group ministry is having a big impact in Madang Town, Papua New Guinea.
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