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Graduated Evangelism Students Encouraged to Serve Rural Communities

A Lutheran Church College is encouraging its graduates to serve rural communities, despite the lack of government services.

Amron Lutheran Seminar in Madang graduated 10 evangelism students recently, after 40 years of establishment.

Sinasina Yongomugl MP, Kerenga Kua, was present to witness the occasion.

Despite the lack of support for the church-run institution, 10 evangelism students passed out with the aim of spreading the word of God. Serving the rural people was the word of encouragement to the graduates.

The former Attorney General said evangelism is a challenging field. “ It would not be easy out in the field, some areas will also need your help in other areas”, said Kua.

Despite the lack of Government services, and other impediments in service delivery in most rural places, the 10 were called to serve with their passion.

The event was witnessed by family friends and members of the Lutheran faith in Madang and around the country.

The 10 evangelism students will be posted to remote rural communities to serve the Lutheran church in 2017.

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