Sunday, September 27, 2020
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What does tithe parity mean for the SPD?

Why all the talk about tithe parity at Annual Council 2019? Here we try to get to the bottom of what it all means for the South Pacific Division.

Creation care

Jarrod Stackelroth makes a case for a theocentric approach to environmental care.

Michael Campbell talks 1919 in 2019

The church history academic and author explains why a Bible Conference held 100 years ago still matters today.

Mark Finley talks about the Church

How can God's people navigate through divisions, disagreements and difficult issues?

Avondale now a university college: Questions and answers

What does becoming a university college mean for Avondale's students and staff?

Murwillumbah celebrates 100 years

Murwillumbah Adventist Church has celebrated 100 years of bringing Jesus' good news to their community in north New South Wales.

Book Review: 1919

A century removed from the 1919 Bible Conference, this new book provides a brief overview of this historical event and the legacy it created for Adventism of the 20th century.

Abortion law: Adventist leaders active behind the scenes

Seventh-day Adventist leaders are corresponding with politicians and working together with other Christian organisations as the New South Wales state parliament considers a bill to remove abortion from its criminal code.

Remembering 1919

A hundred years ago this month, a most significant moment in Adventist Church history took place. So why were the transcripts and testimonies from the event kept hidden for more than 50 years?

Building identity

Can new signage really bring people off the street into a Seventh-day Adventist church? Yes . . . it already has.
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