Oftentimes we tend to draw up more activities or mission targeting those who are already enjoying life in free environment. Those who can run around looking for their own food when they are hungry, go to hospitals when sick and run to their parents or someone close to them to share their discomfort.
“OUR mission to the UK is truly a successful and a blessed one” head Brother of the Melanesian Brotherhood Br. Mathias Tovotasi said.
A Ten Member team from the four religious orders of the Church of Melanesia began the journey on the 21st March departing Honiara International airport.
Since the Anglican Church of Melanesia (Vanuatu) commenced the implementation of the Vanuatu Church Partnership Program (VCPP) with (AusAID and ABM) from 2010 to date, an increased number of communities have benefited from funded projects and resources channeled through this partnership Improved access to safe water, increased awareness and demonstrations of good hygiene practices are two key focus project activities being implemented by ACOM Vanuatu in some of the most remote, isolated and highly populated community areas in northern Vanuatu.
CHURCHES must take active roles in the fight against gender-based violence, a regional workshop was told Women delegates at the Pacific Conference of Churches 10th General Assembly in Honiara, the Solomon Islands, resolved that all theological colleges in the region must teach students about violence against women and children.
Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) under the umbrella body of the Solomon Islands Christian Association (SICA) in early March played a vital role in hosting the two ecumenical meetings of the churches – the World Council of Churches (WCC) and Pacific Conference of Churches (PCC) General Assembly.
PACIFIC churches must become sanctuaries for HIV carriers and people living with AIDS.
Theologian Reverend Dr Cliff Bird says church members must have full access to the facts on HIV-AIDS so they could become more sympathetic.
And he told regional church leaders that HIV-AIDS were neither divine punishment nor the cause of sinful lifestyles.
The islands of Temotu Province experienced a week-long of earthquakes before Wednesday 06th February 2013. These earthquakes were measured at 4 to 7 magnitudes and were located around 60 to 70 kilometres southwest of Lata. Fears have been building up.