Thursday, October 17, 2019
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New book shares ‘whole-of-life’ retirement plan

So, you have plans to retire. But are you retirement ready? A new book by Dr Bruce Manners explores this very question.

Book launch sets sales record

A book about an Avondale alumna’s mission experience set attendance and sales records at its launch in Cooranbong this past Saturday (May 28).

New book says “there’s more to Jesus”

There's more to Jesus than you might think.

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.

Together

The walls are coming down within Adventist Media, paving the way for some exciting changes.

A new revelation

Signs Publishing book editor Nathan Brown sits down with Dr Kayle de Waal, head of Avondale Seminary, about his new book "Ancient Words, Present Hope".

Samoan ‘Great Controversy’ a tool for ministry

A new translation of 'The Great Controversy' by Ellen White has been produced in the Samoan language in a partnership between the Samoas-Tokelau Mission, Samoan churches in Australia, New Zealand and the United States, and Signs Publishing.

Award-winning book highlights war-time faith

Ten-year-old Paul Cieslar witnessed the beginning of World War II firsthand, as Germany began the invasion of Poland one glorious Autumn morning in 1939. His story is shared in 'No Heil Hitler!'—the award-winning new book from Signs Publishing.

Practical book puts power back in prayer

A new book about prayer is thought to be the first book published by Signs Publishing from a Papua New Guinean author. The book, 'Keeping Connection: Rediscovering the Power of Prayer', by Pastor Zuzai Hizoke was launched at JumBunna Lodge on March 15.

Book marks next chapter for the One Project

A new Australian-published book was launched as the first book from The One Project at their annual North American gathering on February 10 in Seattle.
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