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NZ Church leaders issue apology for child sexual abuse in the...

"Such instances of abuse are intolerable and inexcusable, and to those survivors of such abuse we are sorry."

Child sexual abuse

"[The Church is] a very redemptive community who lacks compassion." Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on this confronting thought.

Healing the wounds of childhood sexual abuse

A compulsory journey of reconciliation.

Church opting in to National Redress Scheme

The scheme was set up in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse as a way of acknowledging and supporting survivors.

Safety first: The story of AdSAFE

"Our children and vulnerable people, more than ever, need our Church community to surround and support them."

New GM at AdSAFE

Ann Wooldridge has been appointed the new leader of AdSAFE—the independent agency responsible for creating safer environments for children and vulnerable adults in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Redress scheme to help survivors of sexual abuse

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has established a new redress scheme aimed at assisting survivors of sexual abuse.

AdSAFE at the forefront of protecting children

AdSAFE, a new service for protecting children and vulnerable adults in the Adventist Church, has been established by the South Pacific Division and will open in early 2017.

Religious liberty: worth fighting for

What happens when commonly held societal values collide with deeply ingrained Christian values like traditional marriage and the right for Adventist schools to preserve their special character?

New online training tool

Adventist Church leaders and volunteers working with children and vulnerable persons now have an innovative new training tool at their fingertips.
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