Young people from across North New South Wales (NNSW) and South Queensland (SQC) conferences have recently participated in the first Youth Rush Australia—a new initiative funded by the Literature Ministry Committee, run for the first time this summer.
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Living in tumultuous and busy times, the event was a reminder for young people to intentionally bring Jesus back into their lives and relationships.
A total of 55,000 books were printed to be distributed in May, with conferences ordering a second print run of 18,000 books.
Transitioning to an online platform turned out to be an amazing way of reaching those in remote areas of Queensland.
Forty volunteers assembled 112 food hampers on the weekend to help people doing it tough during COVID-19.
Guest musicians from local Adventist churches across Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast were invited to come and sing for the cause.
A small group of Adventists decided to make a difference for the drought-ravaged communities of South Queensland.
Attendees returned “home” to reminisce on the church’s rich history and evangelism efforts.
South Queensland Conference president Pastor Brett Townend shares some practical thoughts on compliance from his horse training days.
If You Can Eat . . . You Can Make Disciples was launched on September 24 with a prayer of dedication led by South Queensland conference president Pastor Brett Townend.