AOG youth conference kicks off

THE third Assembly of God (AOG) National Youth Conference commenced yesterday with a parade in Honiara. About 300 youths representing Western region, Eastern Region (Malaita), Central region (Honiara) and newly established Southern region (Guadalcanal) participated in the parade. The theme of the conference is: ‘Equipping God’s Master Peace’ in Ephesian 2:10 in the holy bible.…

Church fellowship ends

The Kingdom International Prayer Center has successfully closed its two days fellowship program over the weekend. This was held at Emanuel Kingdom International Prayer Center in Central Kwara’ae, Malaita Province. Guest speaker at the program was Pastor Ishmael Waga from Kwaina Village in West Kwaio. Ten (10) Kingdom International prayer centers from Central Kwara’ae attended…

Adventist youths in Isabel launches DVD

A NEW gospel DVD featuring Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) youths in Gao/Bugoto, Isable was launched over the wekend.  Called “Isabel Voice of Youth,” the firstever album was officially launched in Honiara on Sunday. The launching took place at Kukum SDA primary school. The DVD featured SDA Youths from Hovi, Isa Rano (Rannogah Community),Takutu, Hukamoto,Tiro, Sir…

Local women’s group hails female MP

The Women’s Rights Action Movement (WRAM) has congratulated the only Parliamentarian Freda Tuki Soria Comua who won the seat for Vatud Constituency, in Temotu Province last week. Mrs Comua is the only female to have won a seat in the tenth Parliament among 49 males. The organisation in a statement yesterday said Mrs Comua’s win…

Epalle stages thanks-giving mass

 Bishop Epalle Catholic School on Tuesday gathered at Holy Cross Cathedral for their annual thanks giving mass. The mass was conducted by His Grace Arch Bishop Adrian Smith. It was attended by Principal of Epalle Catholic School Ambrose Dolofera, headmistress Anna Tawake (smsm), Australian volunteers, students, friends and relatives.  During the ceremony His Grace Arch…

Women to launch 16 Days of Activism here

THE global campaign dedicated to raising awareness and gaining wider support to end gender-based violence will be launched with a specific focus on ending domestic violence in the Solomon Islands. To launch the campaign on Tuesday 25th November, women, men, youth and children are all invited to take part in a parade at 4pm (assemble…