Author Dr Brad Watson returns to bookshelves with the third and final book in a series telling the story of a boy and the challenge of adolescence. He answers questions from Signs Publishing Book Editor Nathan Brown about David’s Triumph, its place in the series and its influence on readers.
An Avondale lecturer’s third and final book in a series telling the story of a boy and the challenge of adolescence launched this weekend.
A book about Seventh-day Adventist mission boats that took 74 years to make has equaled sales records at its launch in Wahroonga.
Celebrate the launch of a book telling the story of Seventh-day Adventist mission boats in the South Seas, the people who sailed them and the church they helped build
Some 74 years after a publisher first expressed interest, Signs Publishing has published the missionary stories of Rose-Marie Radley’s father Jack, a medical boat captain in the heyday of the Seventh-day Adventist mission fleet in the South Seas.
He is presenter and director of a television ministry and has worked as a pastor and chaplain, often counselling people and teaching classes on grief recovery. But everything Pr Mike Tucker had taught and recommended was put to the most extreme test when Gayle—his wife of 40 years—died just three months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.