Saturday, December 7, 2019
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Tag: South Pacific

Hope Channel courses gain online momentum

With more than 3000 "accidental" downloads already, the Discovery team is excited for the official launch of their new online platform.

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.

Reasons for health

Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on the past and present impact of the Adventist health message.

CHEP training begins new chapter

Adventist Health (South Pacific Division) has appointed Mrs Carly Moore as director of the Community Health Education Presenter (CHEP) training program.

The Ten: Pacific missionaries who died far from home

Lest we forget . . . those who have gone before us.

Adventists conquer Kokoda

A group of around 30 Seventh-day Adventists have hiked Papua New Guinea's iconic Kokoda Track in an effort to raise awareness of the diabetes epidemic in the South Pacific.

Record Rewind: Lives of mission

The impact of Algie and Edna Gallagher's 40 years of mission was felt throughout the entire South Pacific.

Andrews University professor joins SPD

Dr Darius Jankiewicz has been appointed as Field and Ministerial Secretary and Spirit of Prophecy co-ordinator at the South Pacific Division.

Captain Jack finally sets sail

Captain Jack Radley and the Heyday of the Fleet is primarily the work of Rose-Marie Radley, daughter of one of the fleet’s dominant figures, Jack Radley.

The vanua and Tevita’s faith

The vanua is the epitome of Pacific identity, offering a sense of belonging, blessing and pride to its people. The problem is the beliefs and practices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church are not always aligned with the those of the vanua.
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