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Coffins and choppers

There is much tragedy and turmoil in Papua New Guinea. But there are also signs of hope.

My story—Lalen Simeon

My grandparents were missionaries from Mussau and so was my family. My dad was a teacher and a district director of our church work in Manus and Madang.

In Syria, ADRA supports women’s health

In response to the growing tide of refugees entering Lebanon from war-torn Syria, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is responding to a growing need to provide care for women living in the harsh conditions.

Adventist women

Dr Barry Oliver shares his excitement at the extent of activity of Women's Ministries in the South Pacific Division.

Teenage girls find real beauty

A three-day conference in the Solomon Islands has helped young women discover their inner beauty.

The Oliver interview—part 2

Dr Barry Oliver, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific, is back in the hot seat to address some of the toughest questions facing our church.

Book tackles hard issues

A book that tackles the hard issues experienced by young people today was launched recently in Sydney.

Daughters of Zion

It doesn’t happen every morning. But it does happen every morning when things go to plan.

On being beautiful

I was watching a documentary about body image on ABC iView recently. The 30-year-old presenter, who was blonde, beautiful, with an amazing figure to go with it, confided to her viewing audience that she had suffered from a low body image for over 15 years

Women in leadership

Erna Johnson is the director of Adventist Women’s Ministries for the South Pacific Division. She is s especially concerned about abuse both inside and outside the Church. “Seeing and hearing about abused women within our churches both saddens and angers m
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