The Sabbath School Quarterly Commentary podcast, a North NSW Conference initiative, is launching a new season with a completely new format featuring an array of special guests, including this quarter’s lesson author, Pastor Gavin Anthony.
Artists, musicians, filmmakers, writers, social media influencers and other creatives were inspired by the presentations.
With new episodes every Monday to Thursday, the “An Apple A Day” podcast was created to keep youth connected to Jesus and each other during social isolation.
Adventist Record sits down with pastors Joshua Stothers and Jesse Herford—the dynamic duo behind the hit podcast, Burn the Haystack.
For Dr Percy Harrold, what began as “an unplanned foray into the world of audio production” has since become a far-reaching ministry to thousands around the world.
“Future Beyond the Future” was the theme as Adventists from across the South Pacific explored discipleship through online media.
The third quarter Sabbath School Bible Study Guide and additional resources challenge readers to respond to injustice, oppression and suffering by highlighting the Bible’s call to “do justice”.
A young adult from North New South Wales Conference has created a board game tailored to Adventists that, with your help, could reach homes by Christmas.
A new podcast series launched this past Sunday will showcase Avondale academics’ greater vision for mission and research.
The moral of the story is . . . you never know where Sabbath School conversations might lead to.