Private View (339)
NEW YORK, (UN NEWS CENTRE) ---- As a boy growing up in post-war Korea, I remember asking about a tradition I observed: women going into labour would leave their shoes at the threshold and then look back in fear.
Welcome to our continuing discussion on the topic, ‘Our view of God.’ Before we look more closely at some of God’s characteristics, let’s take a few moments to evaluate our view of God. It’s one thing to say we’ve avoided the misconceptions about God that we have discussed over the last three weeks. It’s another thing to sense God’s eagerness for us to know Him.
This may sound overly dramatized but it is far better to risk being proven wrong; than to be silent and watch the country plunge itself into self-destruction.
This year, 2016, is shaping up to be an exciting, busy and critical one for the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) and the Solomon Islands Government (SIG). RAMSI is preparing to transfer the final policing and national security responsibilities to the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) before June 2017, while continuing to provide mentoring and guidance to police.
I would like to share my experience with you my fellow Solomon Islanders who are residing in and around Honiara City. This was one of the experiences I came across that really strike my attention. Hence, I would like to headline it “Unbelievable Experience”.