In a first of its kind gesture, Eda Ranu held a special prayer fellowship with prisoners from Bomana Jail yesterday.
There was no water talk, but the sharing of the word of God and singing of hymns.
The fellowship took place at Eda Ranu’s Operations Depot at Port Moresby’s Four Mile.
Chairlady of Eda Ranu Mary Karo, Eda Ranu Chief Executive Henry Mokono, and senior management and staff all gathered in fellowship at the Eda Ranu Depot with six prisoners from the Bomana Correctional Institute.
It was a new chapter for Eda Ranu employees, who were enlightened by testimonies shared by the prisoners.
John Mike, a prisoner serving a 22-year term, said putting God first and being honest is always a good step in life.
He said no matter how bad a person can be, God is always available to receive all who call upon his name.
Chairlady Mary Karo was delighted with the initiative and says the time taken out today is not a loss, but a blessing for all those who attended.
The fellowship ended with an exchange of bibles as gifts.