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Adventists and war—100 years on from Armistice Day, November 11, 1918

This Remembrance Day marks 100 years since the end of World War I. This piece details some of the difficulties Seventh-day Adventists faced during the conflict and examines how we should remember the conflict.

A good investment decision for a nuclear age

Weapons of war are now off the list of investment possibilities for the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. But why were they on the list in the first place? Why is this decision significant? Pastor Bruce Manners discusses.

ADRA mourns loss of staff member killed in South Sudan

ADRA staff member Agoyo Robert was killed when unknown gunmen opened fire on the vehicle in which he was travelling.

Anzac Spirituality: The evidence

Anzac has become the spiritual core of what it means to be Australian, but what of the spiritual core of the Anzacs?

Anzac Spirituality: The profound dimension of Australia’s most significant national story

A new book by an Avondale academic challenges the myth Australians and their Anzac soldiers are not interested in matters of the spirit.

Fighters had faith

Academic’s study of Anzac diaries and letters shows interest by soldiers in soul and spirit.

How Mac tried to fight back

Despite describing his experiences as “beyond telling”, Anzac chaplain William McKenzie “consistently, even compulsively, reverted to words to convey them”.

Victory day

It seemed like the most embarrassing day of his life, but now it is one James Standish hopes to relive, after the ultimate victory day.

In the ‘village of widows’

Hearing is an important part of helping. Then responding is an important part of hearing. According to the Bible, this is a vital component of religion that is “pure and genuine”.

The Navosa wars and the year of increase

Where there was once bloodshed in Navosa, Fiji, there are now baptisms.
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