An MOU signed in March means that the World Changers Bible project can change lives and make disciples worldwide.
Three Pathfinders in Vanuatu were baptised on World Pathfinder Day, while other clubs gathered for camps, outreach opportunities, or online gatherings.
Over 190 delegates from around Australia converged online, on August 29 and 30, to receive reports from conferences and departmental directors and vote on items that will guide the AUC over the next quinquennium.
More than 90 young adults from Papua New Guinea have recently gone out into the streets of three different towns to share the Word of God.
Based on the inVerse Sabbath school lesson, the series will be produced each quarter by the AUC for the next two years and feature young people from different conferences across Australia.
Living in tumultuous and busy times, the event was a reminder for young people to intentionally bring Jesus back into their lives and relationships.
The survey conducted in February revealed an attendance drop and a positive growth in tithe.
Tributes have flowed in across social media, remembering Mr Hilly for his bright smile and cheerful spirit, dedication to youth ministry and service to God.
After a long season of isolation and gathering limitations, Summer Camps across Australia brought some relief to hundreds of restrained juniors and teenagers.
Back for its 6th consecutive year, Converge brought together more than 400 young people, making it the largest gathering yet!