Adventists from the South Pacific Division were among the 250 attendees at the 2018 Global Adventist Internet Network conference held last week in South Korea.
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As the year draws to a close, Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on some of the highlights that defined 2017.
Pastor Wilson presented a message on the high price Jesus paid through His sacrifice on the cross.
Pastor Ted Wilson spent this past weekend visiting Adventist churches and schools in the Greater Sydney Conference, encouraging church members to reach people for Jesus.
Delegates from around the South Pacific Division gathered in Wahroonga, New South Wales, for annual executive meetings and talked through the big issues facing the Church in this region.
Literature evangelism is to undergo significant revitalisation in a bid to breathe new life into this long-established and core Church ministry.
A Seventh-day Adventist “centre of influence” large enough to hold 1500 people will be officially opened in Fiji next month by world Church president Dr Ted Wilson.
The General Conference president will travel to Fiji in late November to celebrate the rebuilding and reopening of 27 churches destroyed by 2016’s Cyclone Winston. He will also stop over in Sydney, Australia.
Following nearly six hours of discussion and debate, the Executive Committee of the General Conference voted to send the reconciliation and church governance document back for further review.
As fatalities continue to rise in the latest United States mass shooting, Seventh-day Adventist Church world president Ted Wilson releases an official statement of condolence.