Sunday, September 27, 2020
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My story—David Tovirika

I was brought up on the island of Bougainville as part of a strong Adventist family. I was blessed with physical strength and agility and, during the 1980s, I was a successful boxer who competed on the South Pacific circuit.

Audio player brings books to blinded veterans

Christian Record Services for the Blind (CRSB) have launched a new project to support veterans blinded in the line of military duty.

Being a Schindler

Is Australia a nation of Schindlers, or a nation of T W Whites?

My church—Buaniloe Memorial

We have six churches on Emirau. There are about 300 residents on the islands—many of the people from our island live in Kavieng on New Ireland where there is employment.

War and peace

Again this year, the approach of Anzac Day is leaving me conflicted.

Augustine: sinner or saint?

If you were going to make up a list of the most interesting people in the history of Christianity, who would you include? Perhaps your list might include someone who confessed in a book that he prayed, “Grant me chastity and continence, but not yet".

Money, might and munitions

It’s “easier to start a war than TO END ONE”, observed Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel García Márquez in One Hundred Years of Solitude.

Making peace

We live in a violent, war-ravaged and divided world.
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