Islands Bible School Opens

ON Sunday 6th April, 2014 Islands Bible Ministries launches its one-year intensive training program called Islands Bible School. A number of church leaders and friends of the ministry attended the opening service held in Honiara, and the keynote speaker at the opening service was Rev Dr Cliff Bird.   “Paul is a very educated person,…

Women concern over proposed mining

Women of Hunda village in Kolombangara, Western province have expressed fear over a proposed mining on the island. Lilly Dani an outspoken woman and a chairlady of the Leanabako tribe association said that they (women) are in great fear following news that an Australian has visited their village (Hunda) recently to conduct prospecting. Ms Dani…

Pacific churches urged to stand with Solomons

CHURCHES throughout the Pacific have been urged to help communities affected by weekend flooding in the Solomon Islands.  Pacific Conference of Churches General Secretary, Reverend Francois Pihaatae said Christians had a duty to reach out to all those in need, regardless of faith or nationality.   “Earlier this year we were called to help our…

Bringing Glory to God

The question for our meditation this week is “How do we bring Glory to God?” The Westminster Shorter Catechism rightly answers the question by saying, “Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and enjoy Him forever.” The person who fears God seeks to live all of life to the glory of God. The Apostle Paul…

Church survives harsh flood

THE St John Baptise chapel of Anglican is the only building that remains standing at Bitiama area at Koa hill after the flooding. All houses within the area were destroyed while the church building itself remained standing. The Solomon Star was able to cross to the other side of Mataniko River to where the chapel…