“The best health intervention is lifestyle,” said SPD president Pastor Glen Townend while opening the Hope Clinic in Suva (Fiji) last Friday, May 6, on his first trip outside Australia in the last two years.
Telling the story of Abigail and Christopher Duman’s work with the Congo Frontline Mission, the book provides compelling examples of the missionary spirit and God’s presence.
It was a joyous occasion for church members on Yanuca Island in Fiji, during the official opening of their new church building on Thursday, March 31.
Funded by the South Pacific Division, the Disaster Ready Project Pilot was created to prepare churches and communities to better respond to disasters.
With facilitators from the South Pacific Division, TPUM and local missions, the two and a half-day training included practical activities and interactions, fostering relationships between interns and supervisors.
Rarama Publishing House was the vision of Barry and Norma Crabtree who had the dream of printed material in Fijian.
Parents, community members and alumni came to celebrate the dedication of the students before their external exams.
Despite a tumultuous academic year, Fulton Adventist College held its graduation on November 21 and saw 163 students celebrate the completion of their tertiary studies.
The chief, his wife and son, and eight others were baptised in Niudua Village.
A DVD began the journey of Jiutasa Biaudamu into the Seventh-day Adventist Church.