Wednesday, October 23, 2019
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Vanuatu growth

A thriving disciple-making movement doesn't happen overnight. Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on some of the Adventist Church's milestone events in Vanuatu from the past few years.

Record Rewind: A great revival

Len Minchin's Week of Prayer at Avondale College in 1939 sparked a "a veritable 20th century Pentecost" throughout the entire Australasian Union Conference.

PNG Adventists commit to put ‘God first’

Still recovering from a recent stroke, Dr Hiskia Missah spoke to church members in Port Moresby about putting God first in everything.

Bible reading

Pastor Glenn Townend reveals the impact of Bible reading groups led by average people.

Is this the end?

So far our denomination has followed the inexorable trajectory of organisational development—from a grassroots movement to an established institution. “Adjourning” is next. The organisation is approaching the end of its natural life cycle.

Keys to revival: from Scripture and History (2)

Starting a movement is one thing, sustaining a movement is a whole other story.

Keys to revival: from Scripture and history (1)

In order to stand up and run, you first have to kneel. Revival begins with prayer.

Baptisms and reconciliation in Vanuatu

More than 2000 people were baptised at the conclusion of the Vanuatu Mission’s “PV14: Hope For Port Vila” city-wide evangelistic campaign.

My church—Lautoka Central

At the time this was written I was pastor at the mother church of all the churches in Lautoka—Lautoka Central—the second largest city in Fiji.

Fire

At a personal level we’re resource rich and vision poor. We’ve lost our central reason for being. Yes, we’re good at playing church. But we aren’t serious about building God's kingdom.
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