100 days’ prayer journey launched in Papua New Guinea

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The Papua New Guinea Union Mission (PNGUM) has launched a 100 days’ prayer journey ahead of the PNG for Christ evangelistic initiative.

The call for prayer follows recent civil unrest and violence in the country. “[The 100 days of prayer] is a strategy to mobilise the whole country in seeking the Lord’s protection and guidance in the delivery of the PNG for Christ and mega health clinic initiatives,” said PNGUM president Pastor Malachi Yani.

Pastor Yani said protocols have been put in place to manage the safety of all international speakers. Leaders note that the tribal violence occurred in an area of PNG that no international speakers will be going to. More than 200 preachers from around the South Pacific Division are participating in PNG for Christ, which runs from April 26 to May 11. In the lead-up to the campaign, a health clinic will be held from April 16-19 supported by Adventist World Radio, 10,000 Toes and ELIA Wellness.

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