Adventist teachers in Tonga have been inspired by new ideas presented at a recent workshop.
A teacher and a student from Beulah Adventist College in Tonga share their testimonies.
A snapshot of how local missions and entities within the Trans Pacific Union Mission have been impacted by Cyclone Harold and COVID-19 this year.
Adventist schools and staff houses are among the casualties of the destructive cyclone.
A service learning initiative offering teacher education students at Avondale professional experience in another culture chalked up its 21st trip in February. And, for the first time, a Pacific island country was the destination.
“Where you live shouldn’t determine whether you live.” Michael Were opens up about the life-saving work of Open Heart International.
For the first time the Seventh-day Adventist education system in Tonga was given the honour to host local celebrations to mark World Teachers’ Day.
Three students from an Adventist school achieved top results in a competition for schools in Tonga.
A small group of believers in Nuku’ Alofa has embraced the idea of reaching the unreached through a recent visit to the Hu’atolitoli Main Prison Complex.
Sixteen months after Tropical Cyclone Gita devastated Tonga, Adventist schools and churches are “back to business” while many government-owned buildings still await repair.