How we view and value human life has immediate and eternal consequences.
Nathan Brown reflects on a single idea that serves as the foundation for the perpetuation of injustice and inequality in our world.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison mentioned the work of Seventh-day Adventists across the South Pacific three times during the meetings.
Seventh-day Adventist leaders are corresponding with politicians and working together with other Christian organisations as the New South Wales state parliament considers a bill to remove abortion from its criminal code.
This quarter’s Sabbath School companion book is a rallying cry to “do justice”.
James Marape has been named the 8th Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea.
Ashley Stanton explores the line between self-preservation and service to others.
“Well, what do we expect from politicians anyway?” Nathan Brown suggests Christians that have an apathetic attitude towards politics are failing in their responsibilities to participate in and contribute to the collective life and wellbeing of society.
Most people avoid politics like the plague. Yet in Papua New Guinea, more and more Adventists are stepping into the political arena.
Two Adventist pastors were on the final shortlist of Vanuatu’s 16 presidential candidates.