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Community rallies to support Adventist family who lost everything in house...

Community support and prayer have been poured out for the Pratt family after a devastating house fire destroyed their home, pets and possessions.

A day in the life of a . . . resource...

Pastor Tony Knight recently sat down with Adventist Record to provide a behind the scenes look at the The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia’s (AUC) Resource Centre.

New discipleship resources aim to connect

The new resources include children's books about Adventist pioneers in Australia, and a high-quality glossy picture book highlighting the of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia.

Tell the World sells out in Sydney

Tell the World has completely sold out in Sydney, after only arriving in stores yesterday morning.

Tell the World goes on sale

It’s been labelled as “much-anticipated” and “powerful”, and now the film Tell the World can finally add “for sale” to its description.

‘Tell the World’ launching first in Australia

The much-anticipated feature film Tell the World will officially be launched on August 15 at a special ceremony at the Australian Union Conference Resource Centre in Ringwood, Victoria.

Book launch kicks off renewed student ministry

Discussions about the challenges and questions of living faith welcomed Melbourne Adventist university students to a renewed ministry to tertiary students on Friday night, February 27.

Training program inspires teens to lead

More than 80 teens from across the country gathered in Bonny Hills, New South Wales, for the Australian Union Conference’s “CHOSEN 4” training program in July.

AUC appoints new Youth director

Pastor Jeff Parker has been named director of the Australian Union Conference’s (AUC) Youth Ministries department. Pastor Parker takes over the role left by Pastor Tony Knight, who was appointed manager of the Union’s Resource Centre.

“Jesus. All.” at Sydney’s One Project

After much talked-about gatherings in North America and Europe, the One Project came to Sydney on the weekend of July 28 and 29.
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