Eastern Highlands/Simbu Mission hosts third regional PNGUM Health Summit

Gabby Akui (centre), Health Ministries director for Morobe Mission, poses for a photo with the presenters.

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The Eastern Highlands/Simbu Mission hosted the third Papua New Guinea Union Mission (PNGUM) Health Summit in Goroka over the weekend of August 15-17.

Delegates from the Sepik Mission, Madang/Manus Mission, Morobe Mission, Western Highlands and the Eastern Highlands/Simbu Mission all attended the PNGUM health summit at the Phoenix Hotel in Goroka, Eastern Highlands province.

Also attending the summit were South Pacific Division (SPD) delegates, including Discipleship Ministries director and former PNGUM president Dr Leigh Rice, Ellen White Research Centre (Avondale College) director Dr John Skrzypaszek, Adventist Health (SPD) director Dr Chester Kuma, and PNGUM Health Ministries director Pastor Gad Koito.

The summit was designed to empower health professionals in their ministry by equipping them with new concepts and ideas for approaching seekers.

“We are so privileged that the Lord brings people to our workplace unlike pastors, who go looking for seekers,” said Dr Rice.

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