Soldiers steeped in biblically-informed worldview of history and morality had passive belief in "diffusive Christianity".
ANGRY BIRDS: Daniel Kuberek recounts Australia's fight against a mob of feathered, flightless foes.
The world is becoming less peaceful. However, Pastor Travis Manners says there is something more to worry about than violence and terrorism.
Pastor Glenn Townend—fresh off his epic trek—reflects on Kokoda's past as well as its present-day challenges.
Before commencing their Kokoda trek, Jarrod and his family took some time to look back.
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.
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 staff member Agoyo Robert was killed when unknown gunmen opened fire on the vehicle in which he was travelling.
Anzac has become the spiritual core of what it means to be Australian, but what of the spiritual core of the Anzacs?