Volunteers empowered to continue sharing the gospel

Dr Neil Watts and Cliff Morgan with the Volunteers In Action team.

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Volunteer missionaries in Madang Manus Mission (Papua New Guinea) welcomed a recent visit by Cliff Morgan and Dr Neil Watts from Volunteers in Action (VIA).

The visit was about empowering the volunteers to continue their work of ministering to people and taking the gospel to remote communities.

The volunteers also gratefully received resources, including books on prayer, Church manuals, Bible study guides, solar sets, mountain bags and sleeping mats.

Mr Morgan and Dr Watts with Mission president Pastor Garry Laukei.

“The volunteers were really happy as they received their materials to support them in ministry,” Mission president Pastor Garry Laukei said.

“We want to thank the sponsors in Australia for sponsoring our VIAs here in Madang Manus Mission and for the money that you have given to buy gifts for our VIAs and to support their ministry.

“Our VIAs have done a tremendous job in reaching and touching people’s lives from where we cannot go. These men are front-liners and we praise God for our people in Australia who are able to see the need in ministry and provide assistance.”

VIA provides financial support and resources to hundreds of lay men and women across the South Pacific as they care for churches and take the everlasting gospel to remote communities.

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