“Very special” training for Morobe Mission

Participants at the Morobe Mission governance training.

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Governance and management were the focus of special training at Morobe Mission, Papua New Guinea, on August 17.

The training was led by the Papua New Guinea Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventist Church (PNGUM) under treasurer Kenton Ghona at PNGUM head office.

Morobe Mission (MM) president Pastor Blasius Managos said the MM officers, departmental directors and the executive committees were very inspired by Mr Ghona’s “very special educational and motivational presentation”. He thanked the PNGUM for such a wonderful training has been done.

Pastor Managos said, “It was the first of its kind for Morobe Mission to have an officer from the PNGUM to facilitate in training such as this. Although we have had PNGUM run training in the past, it was to do with departmental programs but not with the governance and management, which I believe is very important.”

The training ended with a consecration message by Mission Secretary Pastor Benjamin Kola and prayer by Pastor Managos, with the leaders pledging to give their lives to Jesus and be led by the Holy Spirit in this years to come.

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