Sunday, September 27, 2020
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Prayer urged during president’s visit

Church leaders are calling for Sabbath, 12 November, to be a special day of prayer for revival and reformation. Pastor Ted Wilson, president of the world church, who will visit Australia from 6 to 27 November, plans to be in Melbourne for the event.

2.2 Billion Under Religious Restrictions

A third of the world—about 2.2 billion people—live in nations where restrictions on religion have substantially increased, according to a new report.

ADRA meets urgent needs in East Africa

More than 10 million people are without enough food or water as a result of severe droughts throughout East Africa. In response, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency Australia is supporting efforts to provide food and water to those worst affected.

Adventists welcome vegetarian food guidelines

New dietary guidelines are confirming what a Seventh-day Adventist health pioneer demonstrated to the scientific community 50 years ago—a vegetarian diet adequately meets a person's nutritional needs.

New college for Indigenous students

Currawah Adventist Aboriginal College was officially opened on June 6 by North New South Wales Conference president, Pastor John Lang, and the Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton.

Medical School graduates 10,000th student

Seventh-day Adventist educational history was made when the 10,000th medical student to graduate from Loma Linda University School of Medicine crossed the stage to receive his diploma.

Church commissions independent report on JPG

The Church has commissioned an independent report to review investment arrangements with the Johnson Property Group.

New church planted in Hitiaa

A new church plant has been opened in the district of Hitiaa as part of the Church’s growth in French Polynesia.

Review & Herald board size trimmed

The Review and Herald Publishing Association, the 162-year-old book and magazine organisation owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church world headquarters, is showing signs of progress in the face of years of financial decline.

Newbold College board appoints new principal

Philip R. Brown, a noted Seventh-day Adventist educator from Australia, is the new principal of church-owned Newbold College in Binfield, Bracknell, England.
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