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Adventist Professional was a journal produced by the Association of Business and Professional Men in Australia beginning in 1989
The Association of Business and Professional Men (ABPM) was formed following discussions that took place between laymen in Sydney, Australia, in the late 1950s.
Clarence Davis was an Australian pioneer in Asia and did much to establish the colporteur ministry in China, as well as planting numerous churches and establishing schools in that country. He worked in the Far East for all but two of his 50 years of service.
Arthur Lyndon (Lyn) Knight was the founding member of the Association of Business and Professional Men, the driving force behind the journal Adventist Professional; founder of the Avondale College Foundation; fundraiser for Sydney Adventist Hospital; and pioneer of the “Carols by Candle” light program in Sydney as both the coordinator of the program and conductor of the choirs and orchestras.
Arthur William Knight was the first Tract Society secretary in North Zealand Conference. He was appointed the first leader of the literature ministry in India, Burma (Myanmar) and Ceylon (Sri Lanka).
Valuegenesis is the study of faith development and values formation in Seventh-day Adventist youth.