Seventh-day Adventist pastors and education directors in Papua New Guinea have been empowered to investigate allegations of misconduct and breaches of the PNG Teaching Service Commission (TSC) rules and church codes by teachers.
Launching the Discipleship Empowerment Team, the PNG Union Mission called on local churches and institutions to effectively participate in disciple-making.
The accidents occurred on the way to a Pathfinder camp in Lae, Morobe (PNG).
After 21 years of faithful service to God, Terence Lepilepi was finally called to face his fear and preach. And he’s not looking back.
Thirty-seven people were baptised, with many more taking a stand to follow Christ.
With the titles now on hand, the church can finally begin constructing a new church building, a pastor’s house and a community centre.
Adventist churches have been restructuring into groups of less than 20 people to prevent the virus spreading.
The meetings were held in light of the “Papua New Guinea for Christ” evangelistic campaign happening in May, 2020.
At the meetings, K21,000 was pledged toward three church buildings and in support of the 2020 evangelism campaign.
A week-long revival meeting at Buimo Prison Camp saw 24 candidates baptised.