Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Tags World War II

Tag: World War II

Record Rewind: The life of a company man

Sanitarium wouldn't be what it is today without the leadership and dedication of Frank Cecil Craig, who regarded the health food company as "a work of God's devising".

Book Review: Captain Jack Radley and the Heyday of the Fleet

This new book is both a collection of stories and a comprehensive survey of the history and significance of mission boats in the growth and development of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.

Reuben Hare: Ultimate service-man

Pastor Hare served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than 47 years. His contribution to Australia's emergency services during World War II were perhaps even more significant.

Record Rewind: the school with trenches

From the moment it opened its doors, Darling Downs Christian School was ready for battle.

A model for mission: Remembering the Melanesia

"Today we fly aeroplanes and drive cars, back then we sailed on the Melanesia."

Hacksaw Ridge: a reflection

When it comes to war, heroism and faithfulness, Hacksaw Ridge leaves us with more questions than answers.

Career missionary: Alexander John Campbell

Meet career missionaries Alexander and Emily Campbell, also known as the “Campbells of Kainantu”.

38 houses and other mission memories

He fought in court for the conscientious objectors. He was marooned on an island in the South Pacific. He and his wife lived in 38 houses. This was the life of missionary Pastor Ron Heggie.

Light on the track

History is still being made—and lives are being changed—on the Kokoda Track.

A time for war

Violence may not be nice, but sometimes it may be necessary. As one wise man once said, there is "a time to kill and a time to heal . . . a time for war and a time for peace."
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