What’s happening overseas
by Mission News
David and Rodney, from Brisbane, are in Nepal over the Christmas holidays. They have held the country’s first Christmas Camp, although they called it a picnic. Many folk attended, with many wanting to hear about the things of God. Nineteen came out for prayer, with 9 receiving the Holy Spirit and 1 being baptised in near-freezing water. More will come for baptism.
Gathering of the Saints
New Church Hall
Rodney on the truck with lunch
One happy girl being baptised
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Pastor Luke Yino reports from his Christmas Camp at Wulukum where over 900 saints and observers have come to his area for their annual camp. Feeding them is always a great sight to see. Over 52 people have been baptised so far and they are expecting more before camp finishes on Sunday 30th December.
Update – Tuesday 1st Jan 2013: A total of 80 people were baptised, receiving the Holy Spirit. Pastor Luke Yino reports it was a great time of fellowship with over 200 observers attending each meeting of the 5 day camp. More photos to follow as they come in
Update – Monday, 7 January 2013: Pastor Urban follow up meeting from the camp, saw many observers come to the Sunday’s communion meeting, with 11 more people being baptised. A nice way to start the year off with folk being saved.
OTHER CAMPS IN PNG
The Marprik Camp had over 400 people attend with 24 people baptised.
The Lae camp has had 30 people baptised.
The Camp on Good Enough Island (yes correct name for the island) was a small Christmas Camp this year and had local curfews imposed all all on the island. An outreach was held in the main market resulting in 4 people being baptised.
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