A glimpse into some of the amazing developments in the Adventist Church in Vanuatu.
Betikama Adventist College is taking the gospel commission seriously.
The indigenous notion of vanua makes sharing the Adventist message more difficult.
Project seeks help of the local Adventist college to improve community health.
Humanitarian agency moves to assist affected communities through local churches.
‘The Lift Project’ study at Avondale College is improving the lives of future teachers.
Leaders find the I AM video series useful for triggering discussions, reclaiming the youth.
Historic church building in Batuna recalls the work of Adventist pioneers.
With just five members left, the church was set to close. Then a miracle happened.
Young members open up about what they like and dislike about their congregations.
In dedication service, church leaders ask appointee Samuel to “lead in the fear of God.”
There is no such thing as a boring Sabbath afternoon.There is no such thing as a boring Sabbath afternoon.
Members elected in the Cook Islands; Vanuatu government funds school project.
For Christianity to survive, it needs ‘extremophile’ disciples.
Church initiatives seek to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people.