Monday, November 30, 2020
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Signing off . . .

It's time: After more than 25 dedicated and passionate years of service, Lee Dunstan pens his final communication as editor of Signs of the Times magazine.

Communicate

Sometimes "walking the walk" is "talking the talk".

Record Rewind: Newly-discovered diary reveals important role of women in church...

A distinctly feminine look at the Seventh-day Adventist Church's origin story in Australia.

My Story: Bruce Thompson

Door-knocking can be daunting. But on the other side of those doors are lonely people simply longing to have a chat.

My Ministry: Bendigo market stall

When someone stole a DVD from their market stall, Gillian and Marilyn couldn't have been happier.

First Adventist pastor in Tasmania

Why Adventists in Australia owe Albert W Anderson a huge debt of gratitude.

Prayers for Doc Wright as he faces operation

Adventist media personality Dr James Wright, 89—well-known for his health talks on Australian TV and radio as well as his articles and books—underwent an operation for bowel cancer at the Sydney Adventist Hospital today.

Change a life

Sowing Signs is like sowing seeds. Both have the potential to bring forth new life, as one Sydney prisoner discovered firsthand.

Helping the blind and deaf

Lee Dunstan stumbled through the pitch blackness, eventually falling flat on his face. The experience left him in a lot of pain and with a very important lesson.

Lives and property lost in WA bushfires

Three of the four people killed in the Esperance bushfires were workers on an Adventist-owned farm who left the property during the blaze in an attempt to save a horse.
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