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Vanuatu government seeks support from Vanuatu Mission and ADRA

The director of the Department of Women's Affairs met with Vanuatu Mission president Pastor Nos Terry to discuss how an ADRA education program could strengthen the fabric of society.

Christian women leaders advocate against Pacific violence

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison mentioned the work of Seventh-day Adventists across the South Pacific three times during the meetings.

First Adventist safe house opened in PNG

The refuge, located at the Silva Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church in June Valley, will provide temporary accommodation for those impacted by family or sexual violence, as well as being a hub for awareness and education.

Trauma and the Church (Part 1)

How the Bible's trauma narrative affects the way we do 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.

Riding high for girls to Blossom

Mother and son team Louise and Nat Ginn are all set to ride a gruelling 1000 kilometres over 10 days to raise $100,000 for the Blossom Project.

New book confronts more youth issues

Eating disorders, sexual abuse and plans for revenge might not seem like the raw materials for an uplifting story for young adults. But Summer Fades—a new book from author Amanda Bews—is also a story of healing, hope and forgiveness.

The spiritual wounds of abuse

More than 10 years of sexual abuse—at the hands of a "good Christian man", no less—is more than enough to distort one's picture of God. “I know God is good," says *Rachel. "I just haven't seen any of it."

Not safe enough yet

“Abuse happens in the Adventist Church and amongst Adventist families. The fact that we exist is evidence of that and shows a commitment by the Church to tackle this reality,” says Safe Place Services director David Robertson.
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