Saturday, January 19, 2019
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Tag: South Pacific Division

Youth group on fire for Jesus

The Cabramatta Fijian Adventist youth group has more than doubled attendance this year as a result of Bible study, prayer and lots of volleyball.

Publishing Ministry gets a boost

The South Pacific Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has announced “bold plans” to expand literature ministry in Australia and New Zealand.

Why the SPD is committed to support women in ministry

The South Pacific Division’s support of women in ministry is within the General Conference policy and manuals and solidly based on the biblical beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Year-end meetings focus on compliance and discipleship

The Division Executive Committee meetings—two days where many important discussions are held about the Church in the South Pacific.

Day 2: Division Executive meetings

Interview with SPD president Pastor Glenn Townend explaining what happened during the annual year-end meetings.

SPD remains committed to women’s ordination

A summary of day 1 of the Division Executive Committee and an important discussion that took place.

Staff at the SPD

The South Pacific Division employs about 120 people in Wahroonga (NSW). But what do they all do?

Adventist ‘centre of influence’ officially opened in Vanuatu

Adventist Church leaders from across the Pacific and more than 3000 church members were in attendance as the Epauto Adventist Multipurpose Centre was dedicated.

New French book a first for SPD territories

Suivre Jesus, the translation of Following Jesus by Dr Peter Roennfeldt, has become a key resource for the Church’s focus on discipleship.

First conference brings tertiary teacher trainers together

Teacher educators at Seventh-day Adventist tertiary institutions across the South Pacific will seek to collaborate on development and research after attending the inaugural conference.
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