“Accept one another”

The third of the ‘one another’ sayings in the New Testaments is “Accept one another” (Romans 15:7). We all want to be accepted. This is especially evident in the teenage years when we all dress alike because of peer pressure, longing to be one of the groups. People often do crazy things in order to…

Companions reminded of their duties

The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) His Grace Archbishop the Right Reverend David Vunagi has reminded the companions’ ministry of their duties. In his sermon to commemorate the St James feat day yesterday at the Barnabas Cathedral, His Grace highlighted two key components of their work. He said spiritual and practical components…

St James feast celebrated

Companions within the Diocese of Central Melanesia have gathered yesterday to commemorate St James feast day St Barnabas Cathedral in Honiara. Hundreds of companion members, members of the Melanesian Brotherhood and other religious societies’ members within the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) got together to mark the St James day with holy Eucharist and feasting.…

New Tegibangara SDA church

Members of the Tegibangara Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church officially opened their dream church building recently. Pastor George Fafale, president of the Solomon Islands Mission (SIM) of the Seventh-day Adventist church, officially opened the Tegibangara Seventh-day Adventist Church, North East Choiseul on 9th July, 2014. opening of this church will mean the Adventist member of…

19th Diocesan Synod progresses

The 19th Diocesan and Synod of Anglican Church of Melanesia in Buma, Malaita Province will end tomorrow. Anglican Church officials and members who have attended the event have so far been enjoying the facilities provided by the Buma parish and communities. Diocese and secretary for central regions Philip Akotee said every programs and activities are…

Anglican leaders meet in Buma for Synod

THE Anglican Church of Melanesian Members are gathering at Buma village, Central Kwara’ae Malaita Province, for the 19th Diocesan Synod. All Anglican Church leaders from around Malaita are in Buma for the synod which started yesterday and will continue throughout this week. Theme of the synod is “Leadership for Transformation and Development”. More than 180…

An emotional return

Gordon Griffiths’ account in the Islands I was in Renell Island; and was told that I was the first white kid to be seen on the island. After many decades I still kept my father’s word that I will one day visit that island again. I did enjoyed staying on the Island for nearly a…

Mission for a revenge rifle changes

The struggles to plant Christianity on our shores “He decided to go to Queensland so that he could purchase a rifle or gun to shoot someone whose blood will pay the tragic curse put upon him by his elder brother. Like many other churches arriving in the Solomon Islands to plant the Gospel in the…

Church to organise baptism this weekend

More than a hundred people are expected to take the water of baptism tomorrow at a ceremony to be organised by the Seventh Day Adventist Church at Lunga river, East Honiara. This follows the completion of the two weeks public evangelical program which is currently held in Honiara. President of the Solomon Islands Mission (SIM)…

Youths urged to join religious activities

A pastor of Gladesville Anglican church in Sydney Australia, Morgan Renew has urged youths in the country to get involved in religious activities. This was highlighted during the youth and pastors training on Wednesday. Mr Renew said it is good for young people to get involve in youth programs and church activities rather than involving…