Thursday, February 27, 2020
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Avondale saved my life

"If I had not attended Avondale College—as I did from 2004 to 2006—it is almost certain that, at some point during or shortly after that period, I would have killed myself."

Frontline mission at Adventist campgrounds

Kent Kingston shares an incredible story that highlights the life-changing—and life-saving—work taking place at Adventist campgrounds and convention centres.

Ruled by fear

Daniel Kuberek has witnessed firsthand what can happen when a person can't handle life anymore. He has also witnessed firsthand the results of countering fear with faith.

Suicide: Dispelling the myths

Depression doesn't discriminate in any form: race, gender or religion.

Dear pastor . . .

To all pastors—male and female, whether you are studying theology, currently in the field, have retired or have left ministry because of the burnout—this open letter is for you.

Brokenness

Many people sitting in our church pews are suffering with mental illness. What are we doing to help them?

Not the end of the story

Aaron had hit rockbottom, and then the bottom gave way again. He was paying for sex, and had given up. Then a Baby came into his life.

When politics is no longer an excuse

The drawing shown above is disturbing. What’s more disturbing is it was created by a seven-year-old. There are times when human need should take precedence over politics.

Doom and Glare

Have you heard of the “Doomsday Clock”? Well, it's about time you did. Because it just ticked over to 3 minutes to midnight.

Making peace

November 11 is known in various parts of the world as Armstice Day, Remembrance Day, or Veterans Day. It marks the anniversary of the end of World War I, ironically tagged as “The War to End Wars”.
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