Saturday, March 23, 2019
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Tag: Poverty

An hour in their shoes

Ashley Stanton explores the line between self-preservation and service to others.

Dreams of Africa

Carole Platt knew she couldn’t change Kenya, but that one day educated children could.

Between the Commandments and the Sanctuary

We would expect some profound material to fill the “holy space”—those three chapters in Exodus 21–23—between the giving of the Ten Commandments and the instructions for construction of the Sanctuary. We do, but perhaps profound in ways we might not have expected.

For the least: a Matthew 25 response to current world crises

30,000 children are dying unnecessarily every day. Yet do we even care?

Church leaders call for compassionate foreign policy

Leaders of the Adventist Church in Australia have joined 11 other Australian churches to call on the Federal Government to make compassion and equity foundations of the nation’s foreign policy.

Confessions of a failing lobbyist

Failures happen. Hope always remains.

One million serves of Weet-Bix to help the needy

Sanitarium Health and Wellbeing today pledged one million serves of Weet-Bix to help those finding it difficult to make ends meet.

Record amount helps ADRA restore hope

Increased generosity from donors has seen the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia receive a record amount of donations during its end-of-financial-year appeal.

Food for the needy

Since April 2015, Ryde Seventh-day Adventist Church in Sydney has partnered with non-profit organisations Foodbank and the Adventist Development and Relief Agency in an initiative that provides food for the needy in the local community.

What kind of freedom?

There's a stranger in her kitchen and three-year-old Meita doesn’t welcome the intrusion.
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