Friday, October 30, 2020
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Tag: World War II

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."

Serving God in war

Warriors without weapons. Meet some of World War II's conscientious objectors.

Changing history one heart at a time

Think of a globe. Divide its circumference into thirds in your mind. And then imagine a division so immense it stretches one-third of the circumference of that globe. That is the South Pacific Division.


Faithfulness is a quality that is all too rare in this material age.

The sacrifice at Long Tan

On June 6, 1966 the aircraft carrier HMAS Sydney arrived off the coast of Vietnam.

Award-winning book highlights war-time faith

Ten-year-old Paul Cieslar witnessed the beginning of World War II firsthand, as Germany began the invasion of Poland one glorious Autumn morning in 1939. His story is shared in 'No Heil Hitler!'—the award-winning new book from Signs Publishing.

100 years celebrated on the track

More than 5000 campers gathered at Efogi, a village along the Kokoda Track (Papua New Guinea), with the 700 residents of the village to celebrate 100 years of Adventism in the district.

The Great War

The death toll of the Great War of 1914-1918 was staggering, numbing and heartbreaking. The loss of talent, ingenuity and imagination to the world was simply incalculable.

Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels still there

For years Bob Butler, CFO at the Church’s Union office in Papua New Guinea (PNG), had wanted to walk the historic Kokoda Track. And having just celebrated a significant birthday and being as fit as he is, Bob decided he could do it.
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