New resources to inspire students for mission

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The South Pacific Division (SPD) has welcomed a range of new books and other resources gifted from Global Mission Centres of the General Conference.

The resources, provided by Pastor Doug Venn from the Global Mission Urban Centre and Dr Clifmond Shameerudeen from the Global Mission Centre for South Asian Religions, are aimed at inspiring students and researchers for mission. They have been sent to Pacific Adventist University and Sonoma Adventist College (both in Papua New Guinea), Fulton Adventist University College (Fiji) and Avondale University College (Australia), and to the South Pacific Division administration office in Wahroonga (Australia).

The materials were written by Seventh-day Adventist missiologists, theologians and practitioners. They support the General Conference’s “Reach the World “I Will Go” strategic plan, which includes a focus on reaching people in urban areas.

“These resources will be an invaluable tool in aiding us to make disciples in our cities which desperately need to know the love of God and His everlasting gospel,” said Dr Wayne Krause, Mission to the Cities leader at the SPD.

“We thank the Global Mission Centres for these valuable resources.”

 

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