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The Bible is Foundational

President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson, shares about worldwide Week of Prayer.

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Casting hell into the lake of fire

"Hell no": Jarrod Stackelroth explains why a different narrative is needed.

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Kindness? Or Set them Straight?

How do we deal with people who don’t believe that Genesis is right about creation and the flood?

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Certainty in an Uncertain World

This week, president of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church, reminds us that we have certainty in Jesus during these uncertain times.

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Saturday, day to emphasize the sovereignty of the Creator

God's love for humanity can be confirmed in every detail of what he did.

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United Church, Strong Church

We need a church in which unity is a non-negotiable asset, and based on the Word, involved in dialogue and supported by balance.

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The Beauty of Creation and Our Loving Creator God

President of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson invites everyone to celebrate Creation Sabbath

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Pentecost and the three angels

Analysing the historical connections and prophetic implications of the "birthday of the Christian church".

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Waiting in expectant hope

Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on the pain of separation—and the longing for a reunion—brought about by COVID-19.

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God’s Sure Word

Pastor Ted Wilson Shares How God Gives Us Encouragement Through His Word

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The Delight in Their Eyes

October is Clergy/Pastor Appreciation Month. What can you do to show appreciation?

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The Importance of Sabbath School

President of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church discusses how Sabbath School brings us closer to God.

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Stories versus stereotypes

Maryellen Fairfax reflects on her recent "dentist-appointment-turned-life-lesson"

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The Path Back

In this month of Yellow September, a report shows how it is possible to face suicide and understand that this path does not always have to end badly.

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The miracle of Hiroshima

On August 6, 1945, Hiroshima, Japan, became the first city in history to be destroyed by a nuclear bomb. Although the devastation and loss of life was atrocious, 75 years after that event, we can refl...

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Capital Mums: Multicultural stories of motherhood in Canberra

A multicultural upbringing, two Avondale mentors, and a government grant has given an Avondale alumna confidence to share the stories of culturally diverse mothers in Canberra. Capital Mums by Sonja K...

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President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church recognizes World Pathfinder Day

In his weekly address, Pastor Ted Wilson reflects on this year’s theme “Reconciled: Where I Belong.”

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Before You Click “Like” and “Share”

Back in the dark ages, when I joined Facebook on my computer in 2009, it was a fun place to go. There were few pictures, and they loaded slowly. Mostly, you just found out what your friends were doing...

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Social justice: The practical component of the gospel

COVID-19 has turned our world upside down. At times like these, we look to our leaders for advice, wisdom, and direction. Earlier this year, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a nation...

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Looking after your mental health?

We've been reminded today to ask, "Are you okay?" However, it's also important for us to recognise the warning signs of mental illness in ourselves.

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