Friday, April 26, 2019
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Schools benefit from hosting church activities

An initiative to bring more church members onto school campuses in Papua New Guinea is having a positive impact on the schools.

Survey Commission established for Church in PNG

The Survey Commission will review the operations of the Church in Papua New Guinea and assist the Union and local missions towards their goal of conference status.

New strategies to develop leaders across South Pacific

More than 50 leaders recently met to create systems across the church workforce that support, develop and challenge leaders to achieve the Seventh-day Adventist Church's vision and mission.

2000 attend evangelism series in North Bougainville

At the close of the meetings, 39 people were baptised and a further 83 people indicated their interest in baptism. 

Remote PNG island community learning about Jesus

Ten Bible Discovery Reading groups have started on the island and some people have started coming to church.

Julie Bishop launches ADRA PNG community empowerment project

The project will provide a clean water supply, greater resilience to climate change and improved adult literacy for more than 12,000 people.

5000 Pathfinders chosen to serve at union camporee

More than 5000 Pathfinders attended a week-long camporee in Central Province, Papua New Guinea, from January 7-13.

WHM workers’ meeting a success

Western Highlands Mission has conducted successful ministers' meetings and discipleship training with 222 workers from across their territory.

CHIP facilitators trained

An additional 63 people are now licensed facilitators for the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) in the Papua New Guinea Union Mission.

Land of opportunity

The Papua New Guinea Union Mission is embracing "Total Member Involvement", and exciting things are happening as a result.
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