Tag: Seventh-day Adventist
In Noumea, two Adventist families transformed their community by serving and connecting with their neighbours, resulting in decreased crime, baptisms, and a new church drawing many.
The late 1950s was a crucial time in Pacific island missions and also marked the moment when rock'n'roll star "Little Richard" decided to leave his successful career for a spiritual calling.
Did you know that the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia took a different path in response to World War One compared to other churches? While many endorsed the war, the Adventist Church maintained its loyalty to church-state separation and its opposition to compulsory military training, conscription, and Sunday worship. Learn more about this fascinating history and the Church's conscientious cooperation with the government in a new article by Anzac expert Daniel Reynaud, published in the Journal of Religious History.
Sponsored by the 10,000 Toes campaign, the program aimed to equip health leaders from around the TPUM with the skills necessary to become effective lifestyle coaches and addiction recovery specialists.
"The Christian Church has mostly reduced Christ’s ministry to one of dying to placate an angry God bent on punishing the sinners. According to this limited view, the death of Christ was payment on behalf of sinners; providing God with the legal right to forgive sins, past, present and future. More seriously, it damages the doctrine of grace."