Thursday, September 24, 2020
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CPC celebrates amazing growth at session

Almost 250 delegates from across 128 organised churches attended the "Arise and Shine! Jesus is Coming" meetings.

First district ABC set up in Adventist heartland

The new Bisiatabu District ABC is the first shop outside of Port Moresby.

400 workers equipped to disciple

Church workers from all over Central Papua Conference came together for an orientation week unlike any other, emphasising mission and discipleship for 2018.

Church partners with government for conservation

Papua New Guinea’s national Minister for Environment, Conservation and Climate Change, John Pundari, announced a vital conservation collaboration with the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Central Papua Conference during a special dedication service at the Varirata National Park outside Port Moresby.

Adventist churches in Papua New Guinea focusing on discipleship

Seventh-day Adventist churches are making disciples in Papua New Guinea, thanks to the training sessions at Hohola church, run by Pastors Leigh Rice, Peter Roennfeldt and Wayne Krause from the South Pacific Division.

Hundreds accept Christ in Papua New Guinea

Hundreds of people have given their lives to Christ through baptism following an evangelism program hosted by the Central Papua Conference.

100 years celebrated on the track

More than 5000 campers gathered at Efogi, a village along the Kokoda Track (Papua New Guinea), with the 700 residents of the village to celebrate 100 years of Adventism in the district.

Extension opened at PNG literacy school

Australian High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea (PNG) Ms Deborah Stokes opened an extension at the Rob and Jan Patterson Literacy School in Port Moresby earlier this month.

CPC elects new president

Pastor Kove Tau was elected president of the Central Papua Conference at the Conference’s second constituency meeting held at Pacific Adventist University. Pastor Tau replaces Pastor Tony Kemo, who retired from active ministry after 42 years of service.
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