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First Indigenous ATSIM director for AUC

Pastor Darren Garlett was also among the first graduating class from Mamarapha College in 1999.

Mamarapha College celebrates 21 years

The significant milestone was celebrated by staff, students, and the entire AUC Executive Committee.

Church leaders share successes, challenges and visions

For the first time, church leaders from around Australia came together for a “super” advisory, in the newly refurbished Nunawading Adventist Church, Victoria, this week.

Currawah receives approval to reopen

Students will once again bring life to the empty buildings and grounds of Currawah Aboriginal Education Centre as from next year.

New chapel for remote Aboriginal community

A small “half-day” chapel has been constructed at the Aboriginal community of Mungkarta in the Northern Territory.

Church opens after almost 30 years

The long-awaited Tennant Creek church was officially opened by South Pacific Division president Pastor Glenn Townend on October 24.

NNSW officers returned

Delegates—the youngest just 13 years old—met at the Stuarts Point Convention Centre for the 2015 North New South Wales Conference constituency meeting on August 23.

My story—Richard Anderson

I grew up in Western Queensland, mainly around Toowoomba. My mum was Catholic but my dad never really liked Christianity.

Church at the heart of the nation

It was a scramble at the end, with the sign going up, lights being tested and scaffolding coming down so that Australia’s newest Adventist church building could be used for its first opening Sabbath program.

Never look back

I was born in a bush camp not far from the dusty town of Marree in South Australia. I spent my early years with our old people learning their ways and living off the land.
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