Dear friends and Prayer Partners of Ambassadors for Christ (SP),
We are so thrilled to share with you a quick update about what has been happening in the ministry. Over the past weekend, we had the incredible opportunity to hold two conferences in Vanua Levu, the second-largest island in Fiji.
The first conference, held in Labasa, focused on the topic of Eschatology. In light of the current war between Hamas and Israel, many people around the world are increasingly worried about the end times. The timing of this conference couldn't have been more providential, as we were able to dive into what the Bible says about the end times and provide much-needed hope and encouragement to those in attendance.
The second conference, also held in Savusavu, centred around the topic of Church Health. We are seeing a growing trend of what is called “Oceanian Hermeneutics” in the South Pacific, where liberal and neo-orthodox teaching has taken root in many established churches. Our goal with this conference was to bring a clear and biblical understanding of the Gospel to these communities, with the hope of sparking reformation and revival in our homes, churches, and society as a whole.
We are so grateful to the Lord for the turnout at both conferences and for the opportunity to pour into the lives of those who attended. We are also thankful to our gracious Lord for the support of our graduates who organised and made these events possible. We are thrilled to see the Lord using the graduates of the Fiji Bible College to reach their local communities (mostly pastors and Church leaders) with the everlasting and enduring Word of the Living God.
As we continue to press forward in our ministry, we ask for your continued prayers and support. The work that we are doing is not possible without the faithful prayers and generosity of people like you.
We are excited to see how God will continue to move through the ministry of Ambassadors for Christ (SP) and we cannot wait to share more updates with you in the near future. Thank you for being a part of this journey with us.
With heartfelt gratitude and love, Narayan
Edited by Nathan Adams