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Adventist women preachers

While Ellen White was well known as a powerful speaker, few contemporary Adventists would be aware that from 1878 to 1910 there were 31 other women to whom the Church provided ministerial licences.

Mission as discipleship

Making disciples is the very core of our mission. Yet how can we know if we are doing it effectively?

White Ribbon Day

One woman is killed every week in Australia by a current or former partner. Furthermore, one in three women report experiencing physical or sexual violence in their life. The statistics are shocking—it's time to take a stand.

Three years of forever

Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on three happy—and hard—years of marriage.

Andrews theologians vote on headship

The faculty of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University has voted a statement on Biblical concepts of headship, the university said on Friday.


Treasurer and administrator Edith Graham was a leader in the early work of the Church in Australia.


Modesty is about more than just clothes.

Shining a light of hope for Syria

In response to the ongoing crisis in Syria, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia is renewing its appeal for support for those affected by the civil war.

Adventist prostitutes and seventh-day thieves

"My husband calls me ‘little miss Friendly’,” laughs Jasmin Simyunn, ADRA country director for Papua New Guinea. It's an interesting response to my question about how this genteel woman knows prostitutes and gang members in Lae.

Training seeks to unite home and church

Four departments of the South Pacific Division joined with their respective New Zealand Pacific Union Conference and Cook Island Mission leaders for a joint ministry event called Think Orange in the Cook Islands in August.
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