The training event—which covered theology, personal ministry, discipleship and church governance—had to be cut short due to coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.
Youth from the Trans Pacific Union Mission have learned how to read their Bibles, prepare sermons, conduct cell-phone evangelism and disciple families.
After more than 30 years in ministry, Pastor Nick Kross has finally had the opportunity to dedicate a church.
More than 100 senior leaders from several SPD entities and territories recently participated in the second of a series of quarterly leadership development workshops.
The event, held at Pacific Adventist University’s Koiari Park campus, included a special focus on developing spiritual leadership for the end times.
The three day workshop aimed to to encourage all staff to effectively implement Fulton's recently completed strategic plan.
The training is part of an overall push by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Papua New Guinea to equip local pastors with technological and communication skills.
Young people from around Australia got to meet and fellowship close to the beach, all while being equipped for leadership at the Converge camp.
CHIP facilitators are being trained throughout the Pacific to help combat a pandemic of lifestyle disease.
Twelve Avondale Seminary students took part in the 19-day evangelistic series, culminating in a mass baptism on July 28.