CEO: Serve from heart

Normal, Youth & Careers

The National, Wednesday February 26th, 2014


TWENTY-SIX graduates from the Nazarene College of Nursing in Kudjip, Jiwaka, have been told to “work from the heart” to serve the sick.

Department of Health human resource manager Joseph Lipu and Western Highlands provincial health authority chief executive Dr James Kintwa urged the graduates at their diploma in nursing graduation on Saturday to serve from the heart, not from the brain alone.

Lipu congratulated the 26 graduates and passed on best wishes from of the Health Minister Michael Malabag and the secretary. 

“I believe in ‘work from your heart’ and this is where blessings come from. You are expected by the Department of Health to provide the best medical services to the people of Papua New Guinea, not only with the medical experience you obtain but also balancing your spiritual aspects,” Lipu told the graduates.

Kintwa cited Colossians 3: 23: “Work hard in everything you do and do it as if you are not doing it for man but unto the Lord. 

“You may go to places that may not have the drugs and equipment but serve like you serve God.”

Kintwa told the graduates their work life did not have a time frame, but that it was their life and called on parents to pray for the graduates.