Forty students from Navesau Adventist High School (Fiji) have been baptised following a two-week evangelistic series conducted by school chaplain Pastor Leone Uluitoga.
The students were baptised on Sabbath, August 15, in the Wainibuka River as part of the Trans Pacific Union Mission’s (TPUM) Youth Year of Evangelism. TPUM president Pastor Maveni Kaufononga was the guest speaker at the baptism, which was witnessed by parents, staff and students.
At the beginning of 2020, Navesau began operating as a private institution run by the Fiji Mission and no longer controlled by the government. The school currently has an enrolment of 234 students, 18 teachers and five supporting staff. Despite the many challenges and difficulties the school faces, the baptism was a time to celebrate God’s faithfulness.