Staff and students celebrated their farming success by harvesting a one-hectare food basket of sweet potatoes.
Is it possible we may share more in common with the wicked tenants than the ones the landowner replaces them with?
Thousands of Seventh-day Adventists from around the South Pacific were connected in a special way through the #weRtheCHURCH program on Friday night (August 28).
Eleven young people gave their lives to Jesus through baptism this week thanks to evangelism efforts.
There have been more converts and church plants during COVID-19 than in previous years when times have been “normal”.
The inaugural event received such a positive response that it will now be held quarterly.
Broadcast by Hope Channel Fiji, each video is receiving between 10 to 20 thousand views, resulting in unprecedented phone calls and interest in Bible studies.
Youth from the Trans Pacific Union Mission have learned how to read their Bibles, prepare sermons, conduct cell-phone evangelism and disciple families.
Women have taken the lead in this year’s TPUM harvest, resulting in more than 4000 baptisms.
From Samoa to Fiji, Vanuatu to Tonga, Adventist women are gearing up to immerse the Pacific with the love of Jesus.