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Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea
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Written by Jacob Barka   
Thursday, 14 April 2011 02:48

Mr. Numune GavangLong yia 2008, Bishop Zau Rapa ibin go openim wanpela haus lotu long Sorong Kongregesen, Kabwum seket long Ukata Distrik. Insait long dispela haus lotu igat han mak bilong wanpela bilip man God i givim em presen bilong mekim wok wantaim diwai olsem Kamda. Nem bilong em Numune Gavang. Em bilong Kabwum seket tasol em igat kontrak wok bilong em yet long Port Moresby. Em i wokim olgeta dua na pulpit bilong haus lotu na karim ikam long Moresby. Em yusim moni bilong em yet na lusim wok bilong em na givim taim bilong em l ong helpim Sorong Kongregesen na kamapim ol dua na pulpit bilong haus lotu. Em helpim ol papamama long kirapim haus lotu long asples bilong em yet. Dispela kain pasin em i trupela pasin bilong Kristen bilip man. Long wanem, planti bilong yumi Kristen nau yumi save ting olsem taim yumi joinim wanpela lotu, dispela lotu bai givim samting long yumi. Tasol ino olsem. Yumi ol bilip manmeri imas ikam wantaim wanem samting yumi gat na kirapim na strongim wok lotu insait long sios. God i givim yumi wanwan kainkain presen na em laikim yumi mas yusim dispela ol presen long sapotim wok sios. Yumi noken haitim presen bilong yumi na yusim long narapela rot. Planti taim yumi save prea long God long helpim ol pikinini bilong yumi long kisim save long skul. Tasol ino olgeta dispela pikinini isave soim dispela kain pasin long helpim papa mama long kirapim na strongim wok sios. Biknem igo long God long dispela kain pasin Numune i soim.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 April 2011 06:04
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Written by Jacob Barka   
Monday, 24 January 2011 06:54

Sampela bilong ol bikpela toktok ol Sios Kaunsol ibin toktok long Novemba 2010 miting bilong ol.

Toktok bilong Lutheran University of PNG (LUPNG)

Lutheran University Working Committee Report, November 2010

Novemba 2010 Sios Kaunsol mitingLong 2015 nambawan enrolment blong ol sumatin bai kamap. Long June SIos Kaunsol, Kaunsol ibin makim nupela woking Komiti na givim ol 10-pela TOR long wok long en. Na long dispela Novemba Sios Kaunsol, dispela nupela Komiti i presentim consep pepa [As Tingting] na wok ripot long kaunsol na kaunsol i strongim olgeta rekomendesen istap long ripot na kisim dispela konsep pepa pinis na givim wok igo bek long komiti long mekim wok antap long en.

Het Bisop bilong sios Rev. Giegere Wenge i givim tupela pas long tupela komiti wantaim long ol imas kam bung wantaim na wok wantaim long kamapim LUPNG long gutpela bilong sios olgeta. Lusim pasin resis na biahinim het tok bilong sios na wakabaut wantaim long kamapim dispela bikpela institusen bilong sios bilong yumi.

Olpela komiti i mekim pinis planti gutpela wok na i redi long stat long 2012. Tasol Profesa Dr. Eric Kwa I tok olsem dispela Kaunsol yet ibin raitim wanpela pas na salim igo long Gavaman long stopim olpela LUPNG Act [2006 Act] na nau dispela 2006 LUPNG Act istap tasol na inogat wanpela man i wok long en yet (not in effect as yet). Olsem na em bai ino inap givim hevi long dispela nupela Traim Lo (Bill) bilong LUPNG tai mol i presentim long Gavaman.

Nupela komiti i wanbel na tok tenk yu long olpela komiti i mekim pinis gutpela wok na igat taim wea ol bai i askim olpela komiti long kam wok wantaim ol long wanem resolusen blong synod na disisen blong sios kaunsol i givim ol nupela komiti pawa long igo pas. Olsem na olpela komiti imas kam wok wantaim nupela komiti.

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Last Updated on Monday, 24 January 2011 07:16
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Written by Warime Guti   
Sunday, 19 September 2010 22:01

“Where is the voice of the Churches at this time PNG is facing many social and political challenges” this was the challenge made by Mr. Fe’iolatikau Kaho Tevi, the General Secretary for the Pacific Conference of Churches (PCC) in his opening presentation to the Church representatives who participated in a two days forum organised by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea (ELC-PNG). The theme of the forum was ‘Ecumenical movement in Asia/Pacific and PNG’. It was held from the 18th – 19th September 2010 at the Lae International Hotel.

Most of the discussions were focused on the effectiveness and efficiency of the Papua New Guinea Council of Church’s (PNGCC) work in the country. The PNGCC's Vice President, Father Danny Guka also presented a session on the current status of PNGCC. “PNGCC is currently struggling financially and lacks moral support from member churches to get back to its feet as the ‘PROPHETIC VOICE’ of the country representing the churches as it was some years ago.” He said “the PNGCC secretariat currently consist of only an Acting General Secretary with the Youth & Women desk being suspended some time ago.”

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 September 2010 02:27
Lutheran Student Congregation launches new website PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Warime Guti   
Saturday, 18 September 2010 13:19

The Lutheran Students Congregation (LSC) of the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) has just launched its new amazing website.

LSC-UPNG is a unique congregation that is made up of mostly students and few University staff. These are the Lutheran students of one of Papua New Guineas two main Universities which is the University of PNG.

The LSC’s congregational activities and programs are all run by these committed students. The congregation is now formally recognized by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea (ELC-PNG), Papua district as one of its member congregation under its hierarchy.

As faithful fellow Christians in Jesus Christ, LSC always have made it part of its life to abide by the Holy Scriptures and teachings of God the Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Among everything LSC members do as a student congregation, they have made it a commitment to make the heart-beat of God (that is to see people saved and enter into the kingdom of God) as their core vision of existence.

By this year 2010, among the normal worship programs of a congregation; LSC has instrumentally taken the initiative to launch a Children Ministry where they reach out to Children of the University’s lectures and staff, a Country Outreach program where they team up during the end of the year school holidays and go out on adventurers mission to remote rural villages in the country to worship and fellowship with the local people and carrying out educational awareness on social, climate, church, political, environmental issues etc…

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 October 2010 09:14
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Written by Warime Guti   
Thursday, 16 September 2010 06:45

The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea (ELC-PNG) Partners Forum Consultation is an annual event hosted by ELC-PNG and its Lutheran Overseas Partner Churches (LOPC) to discuss issues that ELC-PNG needs to respond to in its evangelical responsibility in the country and abroad.

The consultation forum was first initiated in 2000 by the ELC-PNG Partners Forum. This year’s theme of the forum consultation is ‘Ecumenical movement in Asia/Pacific and PNG’.

“As the second largest Christian denomination in PNG, ELC-PNG sees the need to initiate the revitalisation of the ecumenical movement in the country that was for long being idle.” Rev. Kinim Siloi, the director for ELC-PNG’s Inter-Church and Ecumenical Affairs desk commented “there are many pressing issues like climate change, natural resource exploitation, social unrest and natural disasters that are affecting the people in PNG and also other nations in the Asia/Pacific region, though each and individual Christian denomination have been instrumental respectively, but an Ecumenical voice would have much more impact.”

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