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Tulagi Adventist youths reach out

Adventist youths at Tulagi, Central province have taken God’s word to the streets and houses of Tulagi residents over the weekend.In marking the global youth week of prayer, the youths have been told to go out and share Gods word to people than attending Sabbath service.

Dr Zobule tours land of the bible

FOUNDER and director of Islands Bible Ministries, Inc., Dr Alpheaus G. Zobule, is amongst a group of International Translation Consultants touring Israel, the land of the Bible.

Church plans massive evangelistic campaign

A TWO weeks open air Bible lecture is set to kick off in a fortnight in Honiara.

SIPTCC gives to Haura SSEC Association

THE Haura South Sea Evangelistic Church Association in east Makira has received a computer set last week to assist their work in the rural district, thanks to SIPTCC.

St Barnabas Melanesian brothers’ household dedicated

After months of building, St Barnabas Cathedral finally completed and dedicated the Melanesian Brothers household at its premises, on Sunday.

GP Mothers Union commemorates feast of annunciation

Like many other Mothers Union (MU) from around the Anglican Church of Melanesia celebrating the Annunciation of our Lord to the Blessed Virgin Mary that falls on the 25th day of March, the Mothers Union from the Diocese of Guadalcanal province (GP) came together at Good Shepherd Church at Fox Wood area last Saturday to celebrate this festival day.

Youths briefed on church programs

ABOUT 20 youths from Visale parish station were briefed about the parish upcoming programs on the weekend.

Church halts programmes

White River South Sea Evangelical Church (SSEC) has cancelled all its programmes for today, assistant pastor Joseph Olofisau said.

Bringing Glory to God

The question for our meditation this week is “How do we bring Glory to God?” The Westminster Shorter Catechism rightly answers the question by saying, “Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and enjoy Him forever.”

Church survives harsh flood

THE St John Baptise chapel of Anglican is the only building that remains standing at Bitiama area at Koa hill after the flooding.

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