Leaders urged to serve God with dignity, humility


Church leaders have been urged to serve God and their calling with dignity and humility.
Principal of Christian Leaders Training College (CLTC) in Jiwaka, Dr Moxo Mani, said this during the South Sea Evangelical church of Papua New Guinea national conference in West New Britain last month.
“Church leaders must serve God and their calling with dignity and humility and must always submit to the truth of the Gospel,” Mani, who was the guest speaker at the conference, said.
The church also elected its national leaders during the conference.
The newly elected national superintendent is Pr Charles Hausap and national secretary is Meck Yarambange, who was reappointed for a second term.
Both men will serve five-year terms in office.
Outgoing national superintendent Rev Koro Wai said he would continue to support the work of the church in the region and country.
The conference from July 19-23 was hosted at the church’s Gavuvu mission station in Hoskins local level government.
Organising committee chairman Pr Paul Arozi said it was their second national conference.
The national conference is the body that makes decisions on important matters of the church concerning doctrinal belief and ministry rights.
More than 100 delegates from around the country attended the conference.
These included national and regional leaders and district representatives of the church.