Hope Channel South Pacific director Pastor Wayne Boehm encouraged Hope FM and Hope Channel Fiji staff to keep up with the good work while visiting the Fiji Mission headquarters.
Hope Clinic in Suva, Fiji, was awarded a certificate of recognition on Monday by the World Health Organization for its tobacco control efforts and the personalised services provided for people addicted to smoking.
Throughout the presentations, attendees learned about the alarming statistics of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the South Pacific, how lifestyle medicine can change one's life and how someone's spirituality can impact their mental wellbeing.
Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth ran a two-day workshop at Fulton, teaching students how to improve their writing skills, write newsworthy articles and the positive power of sharing one’s personal story.
Closed for more than a year after Tropical Cyclone Yasa damaged its hall in December 2020, the Deuba Campground in Fiji was reopened on August 14, with Fiji Mission president Pastor Nasoni Lutunaliwa officiating the dedication ceremony.
"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.
Funded by the South Pacific Division, the Disaster Ready Project Pilot was created to prepare churches and communities to better respond to disasters.