Theresa Fox

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Anyone Can Be the Boss “Anyone can be the boss, but it takes a special person to be a leader!” Hinarapa Tutairi asserted. The term wise beyond her years is an apt description of 17 years old Hinarapa. She was the youngest participant in a Leadership and Management (L&M) training coordinated by the Institute for...
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Freeing the Lord’s People These days, Popiniu Waidranu dreams of twenty acres of crops and livestock raking in cash, freeing the Lord’s people from the burden of church levies they sometimes fail to meet. The Lord’s people he dreams for are from Navolau Circuit Methodist Church in Rakiraki, Ra province in Fiji.  Popiniu is the Tuirara or...
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The Young Academics – a group of 24 vibrant, bright, young Fijians – launched their learning canoe this morning. A learning journey that will take them from ignorance to critical thinkers of developments that unfold within their villages, communities, and at the national level. The training they receive, through the ‘Youth Changing the Story of Development...
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About 50 years ago, a young Australian man, started his Bachelor of Divinity Degree with the Pacific Theological College. In fact, the year was 1973 and the man was Reverend William Bills Edwards. His wife, only known to us as Mrs Edwards, who studied nursing in Fiji while her husband pursued his degree, joined her...
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First Corporate Video For the first time, the Pacific Theological College has a corporate video. Completed this year, the video articulates the various aspects of studying, worshipping and living at PTC. The video features staff, students and members of the wider PTC community. Shot on campus and edited and developed by Guru Media, the video...
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A Historical Virtual Graduation  The Pacific Theological College created history by staging the first-ever virtual graduation of a higher learning institute in the Pacific Islands region. Robin Yarrow, a society leader in Fiji described it as a ‘history making event that was so very well planned and executed. ‘In fact, it was an extra-ordinary occasion...
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The Pacific Theological College (PTC) launched ‘Watching the Waves’ an online platform that brings Pacific Islanders together to Talanoa (talk/share) about issues of today that threaten their mental wellbeing.           Issues like poverty, the devastation of non-communicable diseases, climate change and COVID19, like the waves of the ocean, engulf many lives....
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The Pacific Theological College promotes strict adherence to safety protocols to control COVID19. The College prepared several plans to counter the spread of the virus. The plans restrict physical engagements with the public, promote sanitary habits and controls movements in and out of campus. The College;s COVID19 Safety Plan prescribes a two meters social distancing...
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A new school of Pacific philosophy at the Pacific Theological College will teach indigenous philosophical foundations, worldviews and ways of being. These philosophies manifest a close kinship with the natural world and promote wellbeing and wholeness of life. Coordinating the school’s formation is the Director of the Institute for Mission and Research Aisake Casimira and...
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The Pacific Theological College is looking to hire a Marketing Manager to oversee its marketing efforts as it transits into a University. The position will deliver on the following key areas: (a) design and implement a marketing strategy for awareness and profiling of the university vision, concepts and future offerings (b) design and produce the...
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