3 August 2023 |
Australian Church Responds to Indigenous Referendum
“This year, Australia will be conducting another referendum. This time over the question of recognition of Indigenous people in the constitution. You’ll find an official response from the Australian Church here.” Read full story at the Adventist Record site.
Wholistic Healing Conference at Andrews University – Oct. 12-14
The Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University will host a conference on wholistic healing, highlighting the challenges and opportunities for the church, on October 12-14, 2023. Register for the conference or read more at Andrews University’s website.
Church in The Bahamas Pays Respects to Deceased Centenarian
“Elizabeth Fountain Moses, a former worker of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Bahamas and the oldest living member in the Adventist Church in the Atlantic Caribbean region, died on June 22. Affectionately known as ‘Sister Betty,’ she was among those celebrated in The Bahamas for becoming centenarians in their lifetime. She was 104.” Full story at the Adventist Review site.
Adventist Health Offers ‘World’s Tiniest Pacemaker’
“‘Now we can place them inside the right side of the heart, and they’re much, much smaller in size,’ explained Dr. Sukhvinder Bhajal. The pacemaker device is called ‘Micra,’ and it’s as small as a vitamin.” Read more at the ABC 30 News site.
Enditnow Campaign Develops New Material to Raise Awareness
“Enditnow® is the General Conference’s initiative addressing abuse. Every year, material on some aspect of abuse is sent to churches around the world, and churches are encouraged to present that material to their congregations on the fourth Sabbath of August.” Read full story at Adventist Review site.