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Women’s congress in PNG opened by PM

More than 5000 women were inspired by Papua New Guinea's prime minister, James Marape, who shared with the women how important they are to their country, their community and their Church.

SPD youth leader dedicates new church in Papua New Guinea

After more than 30 years in ministry, Pastor Nick Kross has finally had the opportunity to dedicate a church.

Breaking: Adventist named PNG Prime Minister

James Marape has been named the 8th Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea.

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.

Live stream training at Koki church

An on-the-job live stream training session was conducted by the Central Papua Conference’s (CPC) Communication ministries for the Koki Hill Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Communication team during the Elders’ Reflection Program on December 16, 2017.

Health expo impacts Goroka

More than 3000 people attended an Adventist Health Expo in Goroka, Eastern Highlands, from October 22 to 27.

Adventist women assist fire survivors

Adventist Community Services volunteers offered food and other emergency supplies to survivors of a fire that destroyed 15 homes in Hanuabada village, Port Moresby, and damaged 12, leaving nearly 150 people homeless.

Eastern Highlands Simbu CFO Joshua Wambillie laid to rest

The chief financial officer of the Adventist Church in the Eastern Highlands Simbu region, PNG, Mr Joshua Wambillie, died after suffering a cardiac arrest on June 23.

New Adventist high school for Western Highlands

The Pukamil community in Jiwaka Province, Papua New Guinea, has given a large portion of land to the Seventh-day Adventist Church for the establishment of a new high school.

More than plumbing: Health and safety concerns drive fundraising effort

A team of Aussies and Kiwis plans to deliver TTT—Taps, Toilets and Transformation—for students at Gabensis Adventist Primary School.
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