We regularly offer a free susbcription to Signs magazine on religious programs, broadcast on free-to-air and cable TV. Up to 30 people take up this offer every time. Help further address their spiritual curiosity by "adopting" one of these people and pay for their Signs subscription!
Signs of the Times' "Secrets of Prophecy" seminars attracted some 850 people. Of those 246 want Signs, 198 want Who is Jesus? DVD, 192 want the "Secrets" correspondence course and 200 want to attend more "Secrets" seminars live.
Donate to this project to help people learn about the end-times in which we live, and the hope the Bible provides.
Share the gospel message with families of non-Adventist students attending our church schools in Australia and New Zealand. Your donation will provide these families with subscriptions to Signs. There are over 60 schools in Australia and New Zealand, and thousands of families who need Signs.
Signs is a not-for-profit magazine committed to sharing great lifestyle and relationship tips, as well as the good news of the Bible, to ensure people will have a better life for tomorrow. We rely on the support of generous individuals just like you who have a passion for improving the life of others. With Signs, you will reach people you'll never meet. We have been giving people a better reason to live for tomorrow since 1885. Your gift will help this little magazine bring the message of Jesus Christ to people in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific and around the world!
All mission field distribution falls into this project. These Signs go to universities, prisons, clinics and local outreach initiatives such as the ADRA shop on remote and impoverished Kiribati. This project could use tens of thousands of sponsored Signs should they be available.
Your donation will provide remote towns and communities in Australia with subscriptions to Signs. Adventist Aviation groups take Signs to these outback towns and grey nomads deliver them to stations and caravan parks as they travel. Struggling outback churches can also access these Signs. They’re also available on a casual basis to outback travellers, who wish to carry a box or two in their caravan. Some are sent to fixed locations, such as Alice Springs and Wagga Wagga, while others are given out by intrepid regulars such as outback legend Jack Goldsmith of NSW and “letterbox champion of the world” Noel Duffy in SA.
All mass distribution of Signs in New Zealand falls into this project, which includes outlets in airports and bus stations, the Try for Jesus Rugby World Cup outreach initiative and even Signs rounds. In South New Zealand, churches wishing to adopt a town can access them.
The most productive means of distributing Signs is personal delivery. And there’s none better than a trained literature evangelist (LE) to do this. Sensing a need at a door, they’ll leave a Signs with a recipient.
People need to read something while waiting! And what better than Signs? Current locations include Melbourne, Broome, Townsville, Hobart and Launceston airports, aboard Tasmanian ferries and a Narrabri, NSW, bus-truck stop. We’ve also added the Sydney Adventist Hospital to this project, where some 900 magazines monthly are taken by guests from a score of racks in waiting rooms.