Education minister visits Fulton church

Alongside his wife, Mr Radrodro attended the Sabbath worship service.

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Fijian education minister Aseri Radrodro’s recent visit to Fulton Adventist University College is being described as a “heart-warming display of unity and faith”.

Alongside his wife, Mr Radrodro attended the Sabbath worship service.

The event, organised by Fulton’s vice-chancellor Dr Ronald Stone, emphasised the important relationship between education, community and faith. 

“In his address, Mr Radrodro praised the Fulton church and its members for their relentless efforts and positive impact on communities throughout Fiji,” third year Fulton student Manoa Nailiva said. 

“He highlighted the essential collaboration between government and faith-based institutions in achieving educational and social goals, emphasising how such partnerships enhance community welfare and development.”

Also in attendance were Trans Pacific Union Mission (TPUM) board of education members. TPUM president Pastor Maveni Kaufononga led the service, highlighting the important collaboration between government and faith-based institutions. 

Pastor Kaufononga discussed the three-week mission with Papua New Guinea For Christ, where he witnessed the transformative power of God’s work. Within his sermon, Pastor Kaufononga explained the significance of serving others, urging believers to embrace their responsibilities and extend their hands in service rather than seeking to be served.

The service concluded with a communal lunch, providing an opportunity for fellowship and reflection before Mr Radrodro and his team returned to Suva. 

“The gathering was a reminder of the enduring power of faith and service in bringing people together and driving positive change,” Ms Nailiva said.

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