“If you are a woman experiencing a call to ministry, I hope my story will remind you that ‘nothing is impossible with God’ (Luke 1:37).”
Tag: Women in Ministry
“The AUC wants to show that we value the contribution women make to ministry, it is important to have good representation across our pastoral team, at a union level, conference level and local church level,” Pastor Johnson stated.
Reflect for a moment on the great prophets God used to speak to His people. How many of us think of women who prophesied, like Anna, Miriam or Deborah?
The stories contained within these pages will draw you in with their hope, joy, resilience and the ever-present call of God as it echoes through each narrative.
Proceeds from the book will go toward providing theological education for women in the Pacific Islands.
The conference is “a time to connect, reflect and experience once again what it is to be held by God and each other”.
Dr Carole Ferch-Johnson was presented with her award in a special ceremony in Loma Linda, California, on November 16.
South Pacific Division Church leaders have reaffirmed their support for women in ministry following the decision to formally warn six union conferences for practices related to ordination.
The South Pacific Division’s support of women in ministry is within the General Conference policy and manuals and solidly based on the biblical beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
A speech of note set the tone for the commissioning service of Avondale seminarian Dr Wendy Jackson. Avondale College of Higher Education president Professor Ray Roennfeldt’s welcome expressed his frustration with the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church’s decision not to give regional divisions the autonomy to ordain women.
Seminarian’s commissioning a celebration and affirmation of women in ministry.
Pacific Adventist University has named Dr Lalen Simeon as its first Papua New Guinean deputy vice chancellor.