Beulah College blessed by visiting mission trip team

Working together . . . Beulah and Mountain View students.

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Beulah College (Tonga) recently welcomed a group on a mission trip from Mountain View Academy in California, US.

The 91-member Mountain View team, including 51 students, was led by Pastor Robert Hicks and Moises Guerreo. They helped out with a number of projects, including fixing the pathways to the girls’ dormitory, repainting and tiling one of the girls’ dormitory rooms, and cataloguing the library books. They also provided free dental check-ups for the students and local residents.

The visiting team hosted evangelistic meetings every morning and on the weekends for the Beulah students. On March 30, 16 students from Beulah and 10 from Mountain View were baptised, followed by a farewell program before the visitors left to return to the US.

Beulah teacher Felisa Ma’u said: “The students and staff of Beulah College and the community are very happy and grateful for this visit. The services and the work done by Mountain View Academy are a blessing and have surpassed all expectations.”

Students from both schools were baptised.
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