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Book Review: David’s Triumph

The final book in Dr Brad Watson's trilogy, "David's Triumph" is a beautiful reminder that we can encounter God in a variety of ways.

Conferences and union begin historic ‘transformation journey’

In an historic agreement, all nine of the Australian conferences and the Australian Union Conference (AUC) have united together with the aim of transforming the Church, advancing the Church’s mission and exploring potential changes in its entity and governance structures.

Review: Jericho Road

Homegrown album deserves wider hearing.

Review: No Matter What Happens, Life is Still Beautiful!

"If you have ever thought there must be more to life or have become complacent, this book is for you."

Review: Jericho Road

"Jericho Road does not condemn viewers to an offering of shallow clichés, sentimental dialog and easy answers."

Review: A United Kingdom

Spoiler alert: The following review may reveal some details from the movie. A United Kingdom is based on a true story but you’d be forgiven...

Review: What Queen of Katwe teaches us about faith

Not your typical Disney movie, Queen of Katwe deals with the deep issues of poverty, exploitation and racism but is there hope in the darkness?

REVIEW: For the One

For the One dares to imagine what the Seventh-day Adventist Church would look like if our personal and corporate practice fully reflected the reality: Jesus. All.

Is evolution really impossible?

Dr John Ashton has produced a relatively short volume, provocatively entitled "Evolution Impossible". But has he really demonstrated the theory relied upon by scientists around the globe is impossible? If so, how? And is the book readable for those of us
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