Sunday, June 20, 2021
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Tag: South Pacific

An affirmation of creative worship

The Institute of Worship is partnering with Manifest to present a creativity in worship stream at next month’s creative arts festival (Avondale College of Higher Education, March 20-22). But what and who is the institute, and for what does it stand?

Plain packs progressing in South Pacific

Australia’s plain package tobacco laws are having the desired effect, with the vast majority of smokers admitting they don’t like the look of their ugly cigarette packs.

PAU celebrates 30 years

In 1984, Pacific Adventist University (known then as Pacific Adventist College) celebrated its first graduation, with less than 10 people walking the aisle. Thirty years later and enrolment is almost 1100, with the institute unable to keep up with demand.

WATCH: Health concerns for Pacific residents

United Nations food and agriculture experts say the health of Pacific islanders is declining, as they neglect local produce in favour of imported processed foods.

Singles discover South Pacific

Seventy singles from all parts of the Australian Union Conference recently experienced the beauty and wonder of the South Pacific on a Royal Caribbean Cruise.

RECORD REWIND: Hero of health

Dr Lester Devine looks back at Dr Siegfried Kotz's sterling work as medical secretary of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.

10,000 Godpods changing lives

More than 10,000 Godpods have been distributed to isolated areas of the South Pacific.

Healthy church

As you read this edition of the RECORD, I am in Papua New Guinea participating in a series of three health summits that will bring together all of our teachers and ministers across the country—more than 1000 people. This is historic.

Spiritual development at PAU

A look into the vibrant and growing spiritual atmosphere at Pacific Adventist University.

Too fat for church

People in the South Pacific live well. Apparently too well. According to the UN’s World Health Organization (WHO), who I suppose should know about such things, we are one of the fattest regions on earth. Really? Yes!
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