Adventist world leader to visit PNG next year

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THE world president of the Seventh -day Adventist (SDA) Church, Pr Ted Wilson, will visit Papua New Guinea next year.
He will witness and take part in a mass baptism service and then look at the church’s total membership involvement (TMI) programme.
Wilson’s visit will be to Western Highlands in May 2020.
Christians and church elders are preparing to welcome him for the event, which will see one of the country’s biggest mass baptism services.
Wilson recently baptised 100,000 Christians in Rwanda, Africa.
His visit to Western Highlands was revealed during a training and orientation programme for pastors last week.
According to Pr Frank Minok, an SDA director, Wilson was expected to baptise 21,000 people during his visit to Western Highlands.
He said that during the two-week visit, Wilson would conduct daily baptism services.
Minok said Wilson would be making SDA site visits during his stay.
“This will be the biggest event for the church and preparations are underway and on track,” he said.
SDA director of Mul-Baiyer, Pr Danny Yakari, said they were working on one Christian witnessing seven souls which started this year and would end in May next year.

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