SPD president Pastor Glenn Townend visited four small groups in PNG and encouraged them to keep growing and making disciples.
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.
Papua New Guinea Union Mission will partner with Adsafe to provide a safe environment for children and vulnerable adults.
Launching the Discipleship Empowerment Team, the PNG Union Mission called on local churches and institutions to effectively participate in disciple-making.
Thanking staff for serving the Church, the PM expressed his appreciation for all PNGUM workers. “You are working for eternity,” he said.
The Save 10,000 Toes campaign is aiming to reduce Type 2 diabetes cases and other lifestyle diseases in the country by 2030.
A new “House of prayer” online event is being introduced by the South Pacific Division to pray for specific needs in each of the four Unions and the region.
Before launching the plan, Prime Minister James Marape challenged church members to own and relate to the plan.
The training concluded with the official launch of the Tok Pidgin World Changer Bibles.
PNGUM is conducting the special training on governance around the missions.