Certainly, during lockdowns, it was a great way to church without going to church. But the question, again—is online church really church?
Since the arrival of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific, singing and musical expression have been considered essential components of the worship experiences of its people.
As a conservatorium trained musician and lover of a vast range of genres, I found myself asking, is our church music encompassing the needs of the greater congregation or mostly appealing to the musicians of the church?
After a forced hiatus due to COVID-19, the North New South Wales Conference finally had their Big Camp in 2021.
Back for its 6th consecutive year, Converge brought together more than 400 young people, making it the largest gathering yet!
Professional drummer Daniel Faber offers a biblically-based perspective on the instrument.
Sabbath is a defining belief and practice of what it means to be Seventh-day Adventist. But what Sabbath looks like—how we “keep the Sabbath”—is not so straightforward.
“Joseph Haydn’s zest for life, deep Christian faith, and musical and dramatic gifts all combined to produce a profound setting of the creation account that touches heart, mind and soul.”
Jarrod Stackelroth makes a case for a theocentric approach to environmental care.