We might lament the growing biblical illiteracy in our societies. This is real and no less a relevant concern even within some of our church communities. But we should also embrace this challenge and note the opportunity that comes with it.
Pathfinders from Kama Seventh-day Adventist Church in Eastern Highlands Simbu Mission (Papua New Guinea) have turned their weekend campout into an opportunity to share Jesus with the community.
There’s a new enthusiasm for God at Nagum Adventist Secondary School. "Two weeks ago we baptised 17 students," says chaplain Pastor Jeffery Saigomi. "They came into the water, accompanied by the student who had led them to Christ."