Historic baptism at Pacific Adventist University

Pastors Piez and Matai baptising students at Pacific Adventist University. (Credit: Beberth Kanaku)

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Pacific Adventist University (PAU) witnessed an historic event as 116 students were baptised following the PNG for Christ and Week of Prayer programs, held May 5-11.

This marks the largest baptismal ceremony ever held at PAU, which is located in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The program served as a powerful testament to the university’s vibrant spiritual atmosphere and the message shared throughout the week.

“This unprecedented number of baptisms stands as a powerful symbol of the PNG for Christ program’s impact and the deep spiritual foundation nurtured by PAU,” PAU communications manager Kym Piez said. “The university extends its heartfelt congratulations to the newly baptised students and celebrates their dedication to their faith.”

Pastor Faafetai Matai, a keynote speaker from Christchurch, New Zealand, alongside PAU’s dean of Humanities, Education and Theology, Pastor Steve Piez, baptised the students.

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