Kent Kingston

Kent Kingston

Recent Articles

  • 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.
  • iThirst camporee underway

    iThirst camporee underway

    What an awesome sight to see thousands of Pathfinders on the parade ground moving together in disciplined units, their colourful flags fluttering in the wind.
  • Near miss for Kainantu

    Near miss for Kainantu

    A fatal bus crash nearly ended the camporee dreams of Pathfinders from Kainantu, in Papua New Guinea’s eastern highlands.
  • iThirst camporee excitement building

    iThirst camporee excitement building

    The stage is set—or nearly set—for what will be the largest Pathfinder camporee ever held on Australian soil.
  • 5 ways Muslims are more biblical than Adventists

    5 ways Muslims are more biblical than Adventists

    If we’re serious about wanting Muslims to consider the claims of Jesus, we need to begin with an attitude of humility, and that means accepting that there are things we can learn from Muslims.
  • HopeChannel needs helpers in Pacific

    HopeChannel needs helpers in Pacific

    Final preparations are underway for a massive television shoot that will take place in Port Moresby during January and February 2015.
  • New SPD field secretary appointed

    New SPD field secretary appointed

    Theology lecturer Dr Graeme Humble was appointed as the South Pacific Division’s field secretary at recent year-end meetings in Sydney, Australia. Dr Humble currently heads up the School of Theology at Pacific Adventist University in Papua New Guinea.
  • Solomon Islands rural clinic gets facelift

    Solomon Islands rural clinic gets facelift

    A team of 17 Australians has spent 10 days sprucing up the Kukudu Rural Health Clinic in Solomon Islands, painting it inside and out and building a roof over an outdoor walkway to the maternity ward.
  • Welcome to Sabbath Utopia

    Welcome to Sabbath Utopia

    It’s a beautiful—if imaginary—island with swaying palms, turquoise waters and bush tracks just perfect for Sabbath afternoon walks.
  • PAU celebrates 30 years

    PAU celebrates 30 years

    In 1984, Pacific Adventist University (known then as Pacific Adventist College) celebrated its first graduation, with less than 10 people walking the aisle. Thirty years later and enrolment is almost 1100, with the institute unable to keep up with demand.