The event was attended by Fiji's Education Minister Aseri Radrodro, who acknowledged the graduates' potential to contribute to national development and stability in their countries.
Seventh-day Adventists teamed up with Fiji government efforts to bring attention to an escalating health issue during the country's National Diabetes Awareness Week.
During 1985-1990, the magazine underwent name changes, evolving in content and style. Under James Coffin’s leadership, the publication became more contemporary, emphasising open dialogue. Amid geopolitical events, the magazine addressed challenges like Fiji’s Sunday law.
Members from across FM, faculty and students from Fulton Adventist University College and families from various regions gathered to pay their respects to Pastor Tom Osborne.
Held at the Fiji Mission headquarters in Suvavou, the celebration was attended by retired mission workers, representatives from Suvavou village, church members and FM and TPUM staff.
According to personal ministry director Pastor Uraia Seru, 145 souls were baptised in the first quarter of this year, 179 in the second and 480 by the end of July.