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A decisive vote was taken in regards to ordination at last year's General Conference Session. Yet many questions remain.

Mastering the art of love

Hey you, “Lovey, dovey, kissy kissy kiss kiss” thinking of tying the knot. This article is for you . . . as well as all the other lovers out there.

3 testimony clangers I never want to hear again

Smoking, drinking, drugs, parties, women . . . it's all par and parcel of a good Christian testimony. But after 40 years of hearing these stories, Kent Kingston has had enough.


"No one lights a lamp and puts it in a place where it will be hidden . . . " (Luke 11:33). Speak. Shout. Sing. Share.

First female minister commissioned in PNGUM

The Adventist Church in Papua New Guinea commissioned its first woman minister during its 15th Business Session held last month in Lae.

Facing facts: understanding domestic violence

Adventist Record assistant editor Kent Kingston unpacks a few common beliefs about domestic violence.

Child murder prompts Adventist call for action

The Adventist Church in Solomon Islands is among the community groups calling for more a more effective response to family violence after a nine-year-old girl died after a brutal axe attack in Malaita Province.

Church leaders: “respect the ordination vote”

General Conference and division leaders re-affirmed the important role of women in the life of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and appealed to all church entities to respect a recent General Conference Session decision on ordination.

The female disciple

Dorcas "was always doing kind things for others and helping the poor" (Acts 9:36). Dorcas was a disciple of Jesus Christ.

Domestic violence

I’m becoming more and more concerned about the levels of domestic violence that exist in the communities of which we are a part—right across the South Pacific Division.
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