James Standish

Head of news & editorial

James is communication director for the South Pacific Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. James previously served as the Adventist Church's representative to the US Government in Washington DC, and the United Nations in New York and Geneva. He has a Juris Doctor degree with honors from Georgetown University (Washington, DC), an MBA from the University of Virginia, and a bachelor’s degree from Newbold College, England. James is married to Dr Leisa Morton-Standish and has two daughters. Email James.

Kent Kingston

Producer, researcher, writer, reporter

Kent has recently completed his studies in broadcast media and ministry at Avondale College (NSW). He is married, with two boys in primary school. With a background in social work, Kent is fascinated by people, the dreams they have, and how they overcome barriers. Kent seeks out beauty in culture, language and music, but nothing fires his imagination like an opportunity to reach people for Jesus through the media. Email Kent.

Jarrod Stackelroth

Assistant editor

Originally from Adelaide, Jarrod has worked on RECORD magazine since 2007. He has always liked reading and that led him into writing. He wants to share the vision to help grow and inspire the Kingdom, at home and at work. Email Jarrod.

Tracey Bridcutt

Copyeditor, journalist

Tracey Bridcutt has been working in the media industry for over 20 years in newspapers, magazines and in public relations. She is an experienced journalist, sub-editor and editor and is passionate about helping people by telling their stories and bringing inspiration to others. Email Tracey.

Dora Amuimuia

Sales and Marketing

Dora has been working in the communication department for two years, after graduating with a business degree in marketing. Growing up in tropical North Queensland, she loves summertime. Contact Dora for any advertising or noticeboard enquiries. Email Dora.



Gilmore Tanabose

Communications & productions assistant

With a keen interest in music, photography and sports, Gilmore is passionate about creating high quality digital media content with the intention to inspire and share the message of Hope. He graduated from Avondale College (NSW) with degrees in Arts (Communication) and Business (accounting). Email Gilmore.