Saturday, January 19, 2019
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Tag: Papua New Guinea

A good recipe for sharing faith

A Papua New Guinean youth leader says there are two important ingredients for sharing faith: one is food; the other is the Discovery Bible Reading program.

Donation a welcome sight for Pacific Adventist University

State-of-the-art optical equipment and more than 5000 pairs of pre-loved glasses were donated.

Former drug addicts make decisions for Christ

Despised within their community, local minister Joe Aki reached out to the men and led them to Jesus.

Church members encouraged to focus on discipleship

Members of Madang Town Adventist Church camped out last weekend to reflect on their achievements in the past 10 months and to make plans for 2019.

Adventist named Chief Justice of Papua New Guinea

Sir Gibbs Salika, a member of Hohola Adventist Church in Port Moresby, was appointed on November 13 for a term of 10 years.

A deadly misconception: Family violence is never OK

Churches make a mistake when they counsel abused women to stay. And unfortunately, that mistake can turn deadly.

Really, Lord?

A volcanic eruption in 1994 destroyed the Seventh-day Adventist Church's mission compound in Rabaul (PNG). Standing in the midst of the devastation and his own disappointment, Dr Brad Watson soon realised an important truth: God is in the business of giving "beauty for ashes" (Isaiah 61:3).

Bucket ministry fills hearts with joy

More than 700 people from Bougainville Mission (PNG) took part in a "Mission to Rotokas" Total Member Involvement initiative.

Book Review: Captain Jack Radley and the Heyday of the Fleet

This new book is both a collection of stories and a comprehensive survey of the history and significance of mission boats in the growth and development of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.

A groundbreaking, a dedication and a baptism in PNG

Eastern Highlands Simbu Mission has much to celebrate as God blesses the work in this region.
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