Hundreds attend fellowship night

The school was delighted by the large turnout.

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For the first time, Burns Creek Adventist Primary School (Solomon Islands) held a special fellowship night for students and parents from non-Adventist backgrounds.

A total of 276 students and parents attended the event. Guest speaker was former Solomon Islands Mission education director Samson Panda, who focused on the school theme for this term: “Walking with Jesus”.

Many of the parents spoke about the positive impact Adventist education has had on the lives of their children.

“I like Adventist education and schools,” one lady said. “Even though I am a South Sea Evangelical church member I send my children to the Adventist school because they teach my children about God.”

Deputy principal Simeon Kwaisulia said, “Their impression has taught us a great lesson and a way forward, that our schools should reveal a Christ-like character. We are planning for next term to visit our students’ homes.”

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