Kent Kingston

Kent Kingston

Recent Articles

  • Reopened hospital still under threat

    Reopened hospital still under threat

    Tribal fighting continues to be a problem for Sopas Hospital in Papua New Guinea, 14 years after the Adventist Church ceased operations at the site.
  • Refugee school struggles on

    Refugee school struggles on

    Funding threats to refugee camps along the Thai-Myanmar border are causing uncertainty for veteran Adventist missionary teacher Helen Hall and the Eden Valley Academy, which is located at the Maelae refugee camp in Thailand’s north-west.
  • Ben Carson announces run for US presidency

    Ben Carson announces run for US presidency

    Renowned Adventist neurosurgeon Dr Ben Carson officially announced on Monday that he is a candidate for the American presidency.
  • International aid questioned

    International aid questioned

    ADRA Australia has defended the work of aid organisations, after the release of an OECD report that is critical of the international community’s failure to achieve poverty reduction benchmarks outlined in the Millennium Development Goals.
  • Repeat


    “Those who fail to learn the lessons of history are destined to repeat them.”
  • Youth mobilise for global service

    Youth mobilise for global service

    This Sabbath, Adventist young people around the world will put their faith into action and serve their communities in practical ways for Global Youth Day.
  • Cyclone impacts Queensland Adventists

    Cyclone impacts Queensland Adventists

    After experiencing the fury of Tropical Cyclone Marcia last month, Adventists living in central Queensland struggled without electricity for several days while they started the massive clean up.
  • Three little tweaks

    Three little tweaks

    I resonate deeply with Protestantism, especially as set out in Ellen White’s, 'The Great Controversy'. But because of the Protestant history we’ve inherited, there are some things we can improve.
  • San Pathology sold

    San Pathology sold

    Sydney Adventist Hospital (SAH) has sold its pathology services to Sonic Healthcare, an Australian international healthcare company.
  • Camporee closes on spiritual high

    Camporee closes on spiritual high

    Sabbath at the iThirst South Pacific Division Pathfinder Camporee was a high point, with 1430 Pathfinders asking for Bible studies and 456 requesting baptism.