We invite you to join us in Papua New Guinea (PNG) this year for our TMI evangelistic effort from April 29 – May 17, 2020. You will be participating in what could be the largest evangelistic outreach in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The goal is to have 2,000 meeting sites, with pastors and lay people preaching all around PNG, sharing the Good News that we love so much.
Our church members in PNG have been preparing for approximately four years for this event and have embraced the motto, “Soul Winning is Our Business.” They have been praying and working diligently to prepare for these meetings are waiting for you to join them in reaching PNG for Christ. Are you ready to get involved and have soul winning be a part of your business?
To register, go to: awr.org/event/png-2020/
08 February 2020
GC team visit Jiwaka today Sabbath, Devine service sermon by world church evangelistic coordinator Dr sue, translated by Cedric ken go. After service visit 2 sunday pastors and churches turned into SDA.
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25 February 2020
Western Highlands Mission Preparing for 2020 PNG Wide Evangelism - Country Local News Video Awareness.
South Pacific Division Promotion - 2020 PNG Harvest.
16th March 2020
18th March 2020 - Adventist Record Update On Changes
Preachers from other parts of the South Pacific Division (SPD) will no longer be going to Papua New Guinea for the scheduled “PNG for Christ” TMI Harvest program scheduled for May 1-16.
SPD officers consulted with Papua New Guinea Union Mission (PNGUM) officers about the inherent risks of the coronavirus pandemic, which has led to the difficult decision.
“The Seventh-day Adventist Church values health and wellbeing and we did not want to put anyone’s health at risk by possible exposure to the coronavirus by travel and meeting in large groups,” SPD president Pastor Glenn Townend said.
PNGUM will work with their Mission and Conference leaders with direct input from the PNG government to decide whether the meetings go ahead in May. They may utilise local preachers instead of the international guests but will only do so if this is endorsed by the PNG government. The whole event may be postponed to a later time. However, the Church in PNG will continue to meet in small groups and use the Discovery Bible Reading methods to share and consolidate faith in Jesus and His teachings.
“This decision not to have other SPD preachers come to PNG will cause much disappointment for the PNG Church because they were looking forward to hosting up to 130 preachers,” Pastor Townend said.
“Also, the Church in PNG has been growing substantially, social justice activities have prepared the soil, and Discovery Bible Reading groups and the new Adventist Hope FM radio have sowed the seed and there are thousands of people ready to be challenged to baptism and a life of discipleship with Jesus. Those who were planning to go to PNG in May will be disappointed as they will miss seeing the vibrant and thriving disciple-making movement that is happening in PNG.”
The SPD Institute of Public Evangelism (IPE) will work with PNGUM and all the Church entities in the SPD and will plan to send the 130 preachers from around the SPD to PNG at some future time to present the gospel and three angels’ messages.