Pastor Glenn Townend highlights four ways of passing on faith to the next generation.
Pathfinders from Kama Seventh-day Adventist Church in Eastern Highlands Simbu Mission (Papua New Guinea) have turned their weekend campout into an opportunity to share Jesus with the community.
“If we want young people to attend our churches, we have to show them that we aren’t interested in only using them as props, but we want to work collectively to see how we can make each other better.”
More than 40 people attended a recent brainstorming session at Fox Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church to discuss possible initiatives for a young professionals’ ministry in Sydney.
Pastor Jared Martin explains a creative way he has come up with to reengage teens and youth with the Sabbath School Bible Study Guides.
Charged with the task of “being the sermon”, the young people took food parcels, balloons, flowers, cards and 1001 iced cupcakes to hospitals, fire and police stations, ambulance departments, playgrounds, and residents of Pascoe Park.
More than 4000 Pathfinders from 195 clubs throughout Fiji and Rotuma were part of the 11th Fiji Mission Pathfinder Camporee.
There’s a youth retention problem in our Church. But, as Pastor Daniel Matteo suggests, we may only have ourselves to blame.
Troy Fitzgerald’s new book offers a “refreshing approach” to daily devotions.
Len Minchin’s Week of Prayer at Avondale College in 1939 sparked a “a veritable 20th century Pentecost” throughout the entire Australasian Union Conference.