Theresa Fox

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Brightly colored dresses and headscarves brightened up the atmosphere at the Pacific Theological College Chapel where Women’s Fellowship marked World Day of Prayer (WDP).  The women also performed a drama to portray the message that we need to ‘act on God’s word to bring about peace and social transformation’. World Day of Prayer is a...
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‘Emulate the life and way of Christ’ were words of wisdom for students of the Pacific Theological College to start off the new academic year. Every year a Welcome Service held at the College Chapel enables all members of the PTC Community to worship together and meet and greet. Sharing the evening’s sermon, Reverend Ili...
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Popular demand inspired the expansion of the Jovili Meo Mission Center (JMMC).  It’s new double story wing, with 12 new rooms, modern, and plush facilities for the traveler was opened by the Chairperson of the Pacific Theological College Executive and Council Reverend Elder Dr. Leatulagi T. Faalevao. It’s done. It’s open. Reverend Elder Dr. Leatulagi...
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Dwindling water resources prompted the creation of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Lentern Campaign ‘Seven Weeks for Water’, pre-launched in Fiji. The launch ceremony was held at the Nawanawa Methodist Church in Nasinu outside the capital city, Suva. Different our stories, various our cultures, diverse our practices, our common need as living creatures is...
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The Pacific Theological College faculty have been urged to rethink, refine and relocate theological education in a way that serves the will of God in the Pacific and brings to life the vision of the College’s new Strategic Plan. The PTC Faculty at their Retreat The new PTC Strategic Plan 2020-2025 ‘Towards Excellence in Theological...
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A broken house – some of whose inhabitants have disappeared, some homeless, while others are under siege – perfectly describes planet Earth. By contrast, a home teeming with life, and sustainable living, an example for the world, is one that the Pacific Islands can offer. Reverend Professor Dr. Upolu Va’ai called it an alternative paradigm...
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After a two-year lapse, the faculties of both the Pacific Regional Seminary (PRS) and the Pacific Theological College (PTC) met for an evening of communion and sharing. Vice Rector of PRS Father Tino Ulupano with about six members of his faculty visited with Reverend Professor Dr. Upolu Va’ai and the PTC faculty at the Fale on February...
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The College is grateful to our Maohi Nui family for the gift of ‘toere’ drums to add to the beautiful, Pacific traditional beats that raise praises to God.  Iotia Tutairi of the Maohi Protestant Church or the Etaretia Porotetani Maohi presented the drums to the College on 21 February.  Reverend Tutairi is in the third...
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The Pacific Theological College apologised to the people of Suvavou in a moving ceremony on March 16. The apology is for the use of their land, acknowledging them as the traditional owners of the land on which the Pacific Theological College stands.  PTC Principal Rev. Professor Dr. Upolu Va’ai presenting a fine Samoan mat to...
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At the Etina Havea Centre, children are encouraged to learn more than just reading, numbers and counting. Their flair for the arts is developed and knowledge about moral values, nurtured. That was the clear reminder for parents at the graduation of preschoolers from the Centre on November 7, 2019. ‘What is distinctive about your child?...
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