Monday, April 6, 2020
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Screen Free Challenge

What's more important—time with family or time on Facebook? The Church's upcoming Week of Prayer is the perfect opportunity to both unplug and reconnect.

How did we become a postmodern society?

"Anything goes, do your own thing." This is the mantra of the postmodern world. As Christians, will we stand against this culture or be swept along by it?

French Polynesia opens media centre

The French Polynesia Mission has established a media centre to help fulfil its mission.

CEO to leave Adventist Media

Neale Schofield, CEO of Adventist Media, has asked for a leave of absence after seven years in the role.

HopeChannel gets the nod in PNG

The Papua New Guinea Union Mission and the EMTV channel, owned by the PNG government, signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) in Port Moresby on June 22 to allow HopeChannel programs to broadcast on free-to-air TV.

Time for Hope

Hope is coming to television screens across New Zealand.

Adventists purchase Norfolk’s TV station

HopeChannel will now be broadcasting free-to-air on Norfolk Island, following the purchase of Norfolk Island Television by the Greater Sydney Conference (GSC).

Get out

One could argue social media has made all of us stars in our own very small world. But are we missing out on something in the process? James Standish discusses.

Church making waves in Tonga

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Tonga signed a deal with Digicel in April to broadcast HopeChannel on its new digital free-to-air platform.

Project Hope kicks off in PNG

Imagine shooting 300 half-hour television programs in the span of one month. Well, that is the scope of MEGA Project Hope—a large-scale production project currently underway in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
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