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Hope Radio goes to air in Kiribati

The South Pacific's newest Adventist Hope radio station has hit the airwaves.

Adventist ‘centre of influence’ officially opened in Vanuatu

Adventist Church leaders from across the Pacific and more than 3000 church members were in attendance as the Epauto Adventist Multipurpose Centre was dedicated.

New strategies to develop leaders across South Pacific

More than 50 leaders recently met to create systems across the church workforce that support, develop and challenge leaders to achieve the Seventh-day Adventist Church's vision and mission.

Students excited to be out of tents and into new classrooms

Eight months after Tropical Cyclone Gita devastated Tonga, life has mostly returned to normal for students at Adventist schools.

CHIP creates community buzz in Fiji

More than 50 people, the majority of them non-Adventist, recently graduated from CHIP programs across Fiji.

Stories from the harvest

A glimpse of the amazing things God is doing in Vanuatu.

Why Total Member Involvement matters

A new approach to evangelism is putting ministry back where it's supposed to be—in the hands of local church members.

An ocean of opportunity

There are many different people and places within the Trans Pacific Union Mission. For the Church in this territory, however, there is but one purpose.

A vibrant Adventist movement

The TPUM's harvesting program, which started in July and is ongoing, has yielded 4753 baptisms so far. While this is cause for celebration, Union president Pastor Maveni Kaufononga says there is so much more to be done.

Attendees gain insights into new digital ideas for outreach

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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