Kent Kingston

Kent Kingston

Recent Articles

  • PNGUM president in hospital

    PNGUM president in hospital

    Pastor Geoffrey Pomaleu, the president of the Adventist Church in Papua New Guinea, was rushed to hospital in Lae yesterday morning after experiencing severe chest pains.
  • A time for war

    A time for war

    Violence may not be nice, but sometimes it may be necessary. As one wise man once said, there is "a time to kill and a time to heal . . . a time for war and a time for peace."
  • Cyclone Winston devastates Fiji

    Cyclone Winston devastates Fiji

    Fiji has experienced what is believed to be the strongest tropical cyclones ever to hit the southern hemisphere.
  • 3 testimony clangers I never want to hear again

    3 testimony clangers I never want to hear again

    Smoking, drinking, drugs, parties, women . . . it's all par and parcel of a good Christian testimony. But after 40 years of hearing these stories, Kent Kingston has had enough.
  • Institute of Worship: down but not out

    Institute of Worship: down but not out

    The Institute of Worship has changed. The worship renewal movement it has inspired over the past 12 years has not.
  • Weet-Bix kids need helpers

    Weet-Bix kids need helpers

    Organisers of the Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon Series are calling for Adventist volunteers to help run 11 events around Australia in 2016.
  • Facing facts: understanding domestic violence

    Facing facts: understanding domestic violence

    Adventist Record assistant editor Kent Kingston unpacks a few common beliefs about domestic violence.
  • Fiji’s first Adventist president sworn in

    Fiji’s first Adventist president sworn in

    Fiji’s new president was sworn in today at Government House in Suva, the island nation’s capital. His Excellency President Jioji (George) Konousi Konrote is the island nation’s first Seventh-day Adventist head of state.
  • The enemy next door

    The enemy next door

    The hardest people to love are often those most similar to us.
  • Male pastors seek “commissioned” status

    Male pastors seek “commissioned” status

    In a show of solidarity with their female colleagues, a number of male Adventist pastors in the United States have requested that their ministerial credentials be changed from “ordained” to “commissioned”.