Thursday, May 28, 2020
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Church in PNG gather in small groups due to COVID-19

Adventist churches have been restructuring into groups of less than 20 people to prevent the virus spreading.

Stewardship revival meeting in Papua New Guinea results in baptisms

The meetings were held in light of the "Papua New Guinea for Christ" evangelistic campaign happening in May, 2020.

Four ordained and nine baptised at Morobe Mission camp meetings

At the meetings, K21,000 was pledged toward three church buildings and in support of the 2020 evangelism campaign.

Prisoners baptised in Lae

A week-long revival meeting at Buimo Prison Camp saw 24 candidates baptised.

Hope FM hits airwaves in East New Britain

A high-powered transmitter was installed by the Hope FM engineering team, and radio was switched on in the Kokopo province in PNG on August 4.

Lae Adventists donate to flood-affected villages

Primarily focusing on the villages of Mare and Gabensis, items donated included bales of rice, second-hand clothing, utensils, medicine, tools and food crops. 

Return to Gomlongon Village

A keen group of Lae city Adventists confronts the reality of remote mission work on a trip to Umboi Island filled with unexpected challenges and blessings.

Lae Adventists connect with tough secondary school

Members of the Two Mile Adventist Church in Lae, Papua New Guinea, are building a special relationship with their local secondary school, most recently taking an evening worship service and distributing 40 Bibles to students.

My story—Stephannie Elodo

What do you do when God asks you to tell people in authority over you that they are doing something wrong? That was my challenge and this is my story.

Adventist prostitutes and seventh-day thieves

"My husband calls me ‘little miss Friendly’,” laughs Jasmin Simyunn, ADRA country director for Papua New Guinea. It's an interesting response to my question about how this genteel woman knows prostitutes and gang members in Lae.
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