We are super excited to let you know we are working on a brand new resource, “The Tuis”! This is a 28-part series designed to help dads and mums teach children about the core beliefs of the Adventist church, in a fun and accessible way.

The Tui family are a Pacific Island family who live in Northern Australia. They live in a great neighborhood with friends and neighbors just nearby. They are involved in their local community and love to go camping.

Make sure you also download the workbook, which has discussion questions you can use for family worship, songs and puzzles for the kids, and links to other information on being a healthy kid.

We plan to release a season two this year, so stay tuned. Visit the Tuis’ web site at thetuis.tv, and stay up-to-date by liking us on Facebook or Instagram, or subscribe to our email list.

So, let us introduce you to the Tui family…


Jonathan bites off more than he can chew and discovers being up all night isn’t that great

Marica replaces herself and finds out it’s not all pancakes and curry

Bandicoots aren’t the best actors or pets. But they can be good for other things

When preparing for a neighbourhood street race Sefa and Jonathan realise a family effort is required.

Jonathan gets stuck in the Garage

Salome is getting read for her birthday party and Sefa and Jonathan shouldn’t really use a chainsaw to construct a table

After taking Archies special compass Alinta, Jonathan and Kosta do some treasury hunting old school style. They end up getting more than they bargained for.

Salome learns trying to be liked by strangers isn’t worth loosing your friends.

The Tui Family finds out camping can be a little more ‘hairier’ than usual.