Sunday, June 20, 2021
Tags South Pacific

Tag: South Pacific

Church health leader supports sugary drinks tax

Adventist Church health leader Dr Chester Kuma not only supports a sugary drinks tax, he believes that warning labels should be added to the bottles.

Adventists in NZ town cut off by earthquake

Adventist Church officials in New Zealand are still waiting to hear from church members living in Kaikoura, which remains cut-off after the 7.5-magnitude earthquake on Monday.

ADRA Samoa director awarded

ADRA Samoa director Su’a Julia Wallwork was awarded first place for her paper and presentation at an international climate change symposium hosted by the University of Fiji and University of Hamburg.

Offering to help lifestyle of Pacific islanders

An offering collected in Seventh-day Adventist churches on June 11 will help reduce the “crippling” burden of chronic disease in the South Pacific islands.

Youth share God’s love with the community

Young people from around the South Pacific joined Adventist youth from around the world to “Be the sermon” for Global Youth Day on March 19.

Future media

Christian media is meant to reach the unreached. But it's not happening. The truth is we're making media with one audience in mind: donors with dollars.

Mission to the Cities

"Melbourne, we have a problem." There are fewer Seventh-day Adventists per capita in Melbourne than in any other city in the South Pacific.

Facing facts: understanding domestic violence

Adventist Record assistant editor Kent Kingston unpacks a few common beliefs about domestic violence.

Saving Bathsheba

We all know the story of David and Bathsheba. But one fact often gets brushed over: she was raped.

College reunion connects friends

A scholarship announced in the presence of its donors during the Avondale Homecoming concert acknowledges the excellence of the college of higher education’s vocal ensemble.
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