Participants with their new Tok Pisin World Changers Bibles. [Photo Courtesy of Adventist Record]
Papua New Guinea | Record Staff

Hundreds of people from around the Western Highlands Mission in Papua New Guinea recently came together for discipleship training in Togoba and Mt. Hagen. The 708 participants were challenged to get back to the fundamental work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church: making disciples.

The training was facilitated by Pastor Miller Kuso, Sabbath School and Personal Ministries director for the Papua New Guinea Union Mission (PNGUM), who spoke about Christ’s “I Will Go” vision in discipleship, and Pastor Misikaram Guguna, PNGUM Youth director, whose presentation was focused on Multiplying Disciples: Conversation Guide 1, a resource created by the South Pacific Division (SPD).

Pastor Danny Phillip, SPD discipleship strategy leader, presented two discipleship sessions, which encouraged the participants with the message that they are key discipleship assets for the kingdom, called to multiply disciples and give glory to God.

Pastor Frank Mino, Western Highlands Mission Sabbath School and Personal Ministries director, thanked the SPD and union leaders for providing the training. “This discipleship training was the best church workshop ever presented in Western Highlands Mission,” he said.

The training concluded with the official launch of the Tok Pisin World Changers Bible by Pastor Philip.

This article was originally published on the website of Adventist Record

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