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Record Wrap

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Record Wrap brings you the main Adventist headlines from across the South Pacific and the world—weekly. In about 15 minutes, get caught up on everything you need to know. Each episode features the main stories of the week and a special segment, "Making Headlines," with a quick roundup of global Adventist news and other stories of interest. A closing interview on the main story offers deeper insights into what's happening in our community. Hosted by news editor Juliana Muniz alongside a rotat ...
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“Setting the Record Straight” is a powerful back-to-God’s-Word show where the many misconceptions, half-truths and outright pagan doctrines that have crept into the Christian Church are exposed and rectified based on Bible truth. The end time generation needs to understand Bible prophecy so that “when you see these things happen, you shall believe”.
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CS Lewis said "If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world." But what is heaven really? Many Christians look forward to heaven as a reward for earthly devotion. But is a longing for heaven really biblical? And how should we relate to the world around us if we…
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In this episode: While we wait for the final numbers from PNG for Christ, there is another phenomenon coming as a result from this mass evangelism campaign. We also talk about what Pastor Ted Wilson is doing in Tonga and a new Avondale-based discipleship program is equipping young professionals to be missional. Hosts: Juliana Muniz and Danelle Stot…
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If you're an Adventist church member, you might have seen PNG posts all over your timeline and news feed. But what is happening up there and why? We get the rundown with our editor, Jarrod Stackelroth, who has just returned from the heart of the action. Why is PNG for Christ significant? And why might it have a lasting impact on this Division and t…
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In this episode: Is it just easier to get baptisms in PNG? we look into what the first week of the PNG for Christ campaign looked like and what's behind daily mass baptisms. Hosts: Juliana Muniz and Danelle Stothers Guest: Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth Submit news to: news@record.net.au Find more stories on our website Get the Adventis…
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We live in a time where, although we’re connected online, we’re lonelier than ever. Looking back throughout history, we see people consistently coming together to eat. Throughout the Bible, Jesus regularly made time to sit with people over a meal. We’re joined by Signs of the Times assistant editor, Zanita Fletcher, to hear more about the science o…
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This episode was recorded live from the North New South Wales Conference Big Camp, which is pioneering a program tent for children with ADHD and Autism. Hosts: Juliana Muniz and Jasmine Flamenco Submit news to: news@record.net.au Find more stories on our website Get the Adventist news delivered to your inbox every week with Record eNews…
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Is the Adventist health message still relevant? More and more of us are neglecting it. We chat with Adventist Record news editor Juliana Muniz about her health journey, why she never wanted to be vegetarian and what made her change. We also explore Adventist attitudes on both sides of the plant-based divide and what we can learn from each other. Th…
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This week: Dr David Trim, the director of the Office of Archives, Statistics and Research at the General Conference, brings concerning numbers related to family worship, but the Adventist Church in Australia has a plan. We also talk about the much-needed help that is being delivered to Vanuatu; and a conference for Adventist entrepreneurs gave away…
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Over the years, scientific findings have both agreed with and contradicted the Adventist Health message. So where should we stand on science? Do we need science to be vindicated? These and other thought provoking questions were asked by one of our authors Daniel Livingston recently. We speak to him to find out more. #REcordLive Wednesdays 4pm AEST,…
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This week: The North New South Wales Conference has a permanent home and a new proposal is expected to change Sanitarium's range of breakfast products in New Zealand. We also hear about future plans for the Digital Discipleship conference after this year's event reached a global audience. Hosts: Juliana Muniz and Danelle Stothers Submit news to: ne…
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In this episode: Is there such a thing as a positive crisis? That's how church leaders described the crisis the church is going through in PNG. Hosts: Juliana Muniz and Danelle Stothers Guest: South Pacific Division stewardship director Julian Archer. Submit news to: news@record.net.au Find more stories on our website Get the Adventist news deliver…
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Joel Slade believes that small acts can have a huge impact. It's why he started Penny Projects to serve the people of Zambia. But he also details his own journey of leaving paid, professional ministry and stepping out into the unknown. We talk about selfishness, service and stewardship. After being a ministry for nine years, Joel decided he needed …
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In this episode: we talk about changes in the AUC ministerial association; take a look at the 40th anniversary celebration of a small school in Queensland; and find what answers to a global survey reveal about Seventh-day Adventist pastors. Hosts: Juliana Muniz and Danelle Stothers Guest: Avondale University church ministry lecturer Pastor Neil Tho…
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A recently released study has delved into the faith and practice of those involved in ministry to young people. We talk with the authors of the study to find out more about the challenges facing youth ministry, why it's not always considered "real" ministry and how topics like Ellen White can be made accessible. #RecordLive Wednesdays 4pm. Podcast …
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In this episode: we hear an exciting update from Operation Food For Life; learn the meaning of an exclusive Indigenous artwork featured on new STORMCo shirts and take a closer look at how the Church in the Pacific Islands is using media in a strategic and powerful way. Hosts: Juliana Muniz and Danelle Stothers Guest: TPUM communication and media co…
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Prayer is an incredibly important discipline in the Christian faith. But many misunderstandings around it exist and if you've prayed about anything for any length of time, you may find that you've had prayers go unanswered. But what do we do with those prayers? Can our faith remain strong even in the face of devastating silence or appearing inactiv…
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In the first episode of Record Wrap: we find out who the new Tasmanian Conference CFO is; learn what's going on in PNG in the lead-up to their upcoming massive evangelism campaign; and take a look at how the Church in the South Pacific is investing in the digital space to raise awareness of how much Seventh-day Adventists have to offer the communit…
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To be called to do something is a phrase that people often use to describe finding a life purpose. In the church, it can be imbued with an almost mystical sense, especially when we talk about a call to paid, full time ministry. We talk with Pastor Jesse Herford about the biblical background to some of our concepts around the call and also get some …
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Our parents and grandparents have fascinating stories of faith and struggle that we don't always know or appreciate. And there is a biblical mandate for remembering. In this episode we're going to explore the power of memoir, telling histories and connecting with our past. #RecordLive Wednesdays 4pm You can read the original article: https://record…
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Two years ago, Tanja Curcic appeared on Record Live to talk about her testimony of becoming an Adventist in Africa after leaving a corporate job and fast-paced city lifestyle behind in Australia. She is the founder of Little Blue Shed and joined us again to share how the ministry has grown since our first conversation, some of the new services bein…
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The Seventh-day Adventist church in Australia (AUC) is encouraging people to get back into the habit of doing family worship. Sylvia Mendez, Children, Women's and Family director for AUC speaks about what worship is and how important it is. Worship is making time for God and recognising His work in our every day lives. For more information check ou…
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In his final editorial for 2023, editor Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on the current conflict in the Middle East and how the original promise of Christmas was that Jesus was bringing peace. Do we have to wait for Jesus' return to truly experience that peace or can we have peace now? How can Christians be agents of peace? Wednesdays 4pm AEDT, Friday p…
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Haystacks are an Adventist staple, salad over corn chips with your favourite salsa, guac etc. But could you eat them every day for seven months? We speak to artist, teacher, singer/songwriter Anna Beaden who, during COVID-19 lockdowns, took on the challenge with her husband. Why? We'll find out! Investigative journalism at its finest. We also talk …
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Adventism has some unique contributions to make to the conversation around race and the church. We speak to Nathan Brown and Maury Jackson, two of the contributors and the editors of A House On Fire, a compilation of essays on the topic. It is important to recognise how the mission of the church must be actualised, how the church will not be racist…
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#Recordlive We speak with Dr Danijela Schubert about some of her amazing life experiences and how God shows up in ordinary lives but we often forget to look for Him. Do we seek God in the everyday? How can we be more sensitive to His workings. Danijela's book The Green Dress and other life parables is out now. Adventist Book Centre discount code: r…
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#RecordLive As part of the recent SPD's Ellen White Symposium, our host Jarrod Stackelroth interviewed a panel of young people on the relevance of Ellen White. On Record Live this week, we revisit this presentation and you have your chance to share your own thoughts. For other presentations about Ellen White, visit https://adventistchurch.com/ellen…
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AI has been with us for some time but has really exploded this year. With these sudden developments, people might experience a range of emotions, ranging from excitement to fear and many questions, about ethics, how it works and whether AI will take everyone's jobs. Today we speak to Daryl Gungadoo, director of Adventist Review Media Lab at the Gen…
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Eddie Hypolite has spent the past 20 years travelling internationally as a much sought after motivational speaker, educational consultant and leadership and personal development trainer. He spoke to us about how to reframe your story, empower your resilience and the mental health ramifications of finding, knowing and owning your identity.…
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Is history just stuffy and boring? No! Not according to our guests this week. Megan and Zoe are two young women who are working at Adventist Heritage while they pursue their tertiary studies. What's the craziest thing they've found in the vault? You'll have to tune in and find out. #RecordLive Wednesdays 4pm AEST. Also you can find out more about A…
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We speak with Adventist historian and director of the North American Division's department of Archives, Statistics and Research, Dr Michael Campbell about his book 1922: The rise of Adventist Fundamentalism. As Christian fundamentalism gained momentum in the early '20s, Adventists were not immune to it's influence. Is fundamentalism still a force i…
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We speak to Tharren and Jordan Hutchinson, the dynamic father son team who used a pay-it-forward strategy to love their way through reality show Hunted. Oh and did we mention Tharren is an Adventist pastor and chaplain and Jordan is a teacher. We hear more about their radical service emphasis and how the show changed them.…
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