Theresa Fox

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Suitcases of clothes, food and household materials were gifted to families of Wailea and Muanivatu settlements in Suva, Fiji. The donation, from members of the Pacific Theological College community was collected over a week in October 2019. Receiving the donation were lay preachers of the Methodist Church of Fiji that serve the two communities and...
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It was a clear, bright afternoon on November 14, 2019 when twenty-one students graduated from the Pacific Theological College. The 52nd graduation ceremony since the College’s inception in 1965, marked with much pomp and splendour was celebrated at the College Fale attended by families, church leaders, academics of neighbouring universities and diplomats from across the Pacific. ...
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The Pacific Theological College is reviewing its general staff and policies and will consolidate all in a handbook for ease of access and reference.  The College engaged the services of human resources specialist Jope Wainiqolo to align the policies to the Constitution of Fiji and the PTC Strategic Plan 2020-2025 ‘Towards Excellence in Theological Education...
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For forty years she has served the Pacific Theological College, a familiar figure to hundreds of students and their families over the decades. Selai Tuidrokadroka (middle) with PTC Principal Reverend Professor Dr. Upolu Vaai and his wife. Selai Tuidrokadroka first joined PTC in 1978 as the College typist and receptionist. Working hard over the years,...
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Fraught with many challenges, the likes of which are unprecedented, the people of Kiribati are looking to the church to provide guidance and to lead them in journeying unchartered waters. A 2008 study found that 68% of Kiribati women between the ages of 15 and 49 experience violence, one of the highest rates in the...
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It was a bright day in 1961 when Suva was bustling with church ministers and leaders from across the Pacific.  Fifteen years after World War 2, the scene was one of optimism and yet concern. Foremost on many gathered minds of what was dubbed the Dudley Consultations,’ What is the relevance of the church during...
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There are many reasons Pastor Leinamau Seru cried as her name was called out to receive her Masters in Theology and Ethics award and to be recognised as one of top students of her lot. The night before, she received the Jean Bell Prize for Leadership and Example for her work as a student and...
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Flutters of blue flags in the wind, a blue cake and a choir decked in blue marked Fiji Day celebrations on October 10, 2019. Fiji gained independence in 1970 and five years before that, the Pacific Theological College established its foundations at its current location in Nasese, Suva. College Principal Reverend Professor Dr. Upolu Va’ai...
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On February 20th, the four newest members of the Pacific Theological College faculty committed themselves to serving PTC to the best of their ability, guided by God. Before a full Chapel of friends, family, the College Community and invited guests Ms Asela Tuisawau, Rev. Colati Ledua, Dr. Darell Cosden and Dr. Gladson Jathanna were inducted....
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The Pacific Theological College hosted visits from both Brot fur die Welt (Bread for the World) and One Mission World of Mission Einewelt both of Germany. Both organisations are key funding partners of PTC. One Mission World’s Reverend Arnim Doerfer and Reverend Thomas Paulsteiner accompanies by their spouses visited PTC early in February where they...
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