Saturday, October 24, 2020
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Young leaders developed and empowered at Converge

Young people from around Australia got to meet and fellowship close to the beach, all while being equipped for leadership at the Converge camp.

‘Homecoming’ for Latin youth

Latin youth from around Australia recently gathered in Melbourne for their 2016 Congress, held September 29 to October 2.

Adventist youth ‘be the sermon’, break records

Hundreds of thousands of Adventist young people shared Jesus’ love in 132 countries for Global Youth Day on Sabbath, March 21, setting a new record that surpassed organisers’ expectations.

TPUM appoints new secretary

The Trans-Pacific Union Mission (TPUM) appointed a new general secretary at the year-end meetings held this week at South Pacific Division headquarters in Wahroonga, New South Wales.

Training program inspires teens to lead

More than 80 teens from across the country gathered in Bonny Hills, New South Wales, for the Australian Union Conference’s “CHOSEN 4” training program in July.

iThirst Camporee moves to Toowoomba

After overwhelming expressions of interest in attending January 2015’s iThirst Pathfinder Camporee, Adventist Youth leaders have announced a change of venue to the much larger Toowoomba Showgrounds.

AUC appoints new Youth director

Pastor Jeff Parker has been named director of the Australian Union Conference’s (AUC) Youth Ministries department. Pastor Parker takes over the role left by Pastor Tony Knight, who was appointed manager of the Union’s Resource Centre.

New president for WA Conference

Pastor Terry Johnson has been named president of the Western Australian (WA) Conference. Pastor Johnson takes on the position left by Pastor Glenn Townend, who accepted the role of president of the Trans-Pacific Union Mission in May.

Global Unity Summit urges cooperation

Seventh-day Adventist youth leaders say a recent meeting shed light on their working relationship with supporting ministries, which, for years, in some cases was marked by misunderstandings and a measure of tension.

Global Youth Day sets social media ablaze

Last Saturday’s Global Youth Day was the single largest international mobilisation of Seventh-day Adventists through social media, said Gilbert Cangy, the world church’s Youth Ministries director.
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