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One hundred and twenty-eight students graduated with Certificates, Diplomas, Post-Graduate Diplomas, Masters and PhDs at PTC’s 55th anniversary of the event, held at the Suva Civic Auditorium on November 17. (More photos on PTC Facebook Page)
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The Pacific Theological College is adding two new schools in the transition to University. The School of Ecology and Resilience Development (SERD) and the School of Pasifika Philosophies Education and Sciences (SPPES) will add to the current School of Theology and Ecumenism (SOTE). PTC Principal, Reverend Professor Dr Upolu Vaai, in his presentation at the...
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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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Reverend Anil Reuben is the new chairperson of the Institute for Mission and Research Advisory Committee. Rev. Reuben was elected at the Advisory meeting on May 25. He is also the deputy general secretary of the Methodist Church of Fiji. He suceeds Rev Dr Bruce Yeates who has taken up other responsibilities with the Pacific...
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‘Language is the eyes and windows of our soul telling who we are, where we come from and is a door that connects us to our neighbours’ – were the congratulatory remarks made by the Director for the Institute for Mission and Research (IMR) of PTC Aisake Casimira while applauding the Institute for Indigenous Fijian...
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The Institute for Mission and Research (IMR) has started the process of its transformation into the School for Ecological and Sustainable Development.   At the first of its two annual retreats held from January 17-22, 2021, the IMR team crafted the shape and form of the school.   The proposed ‘School’ builds on the dream...
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The eight-year-old boy watched in awe as the dolphins flipped in the air, dancing to the woman’s chant. The chant, rose from a deep place within her, in magical lilting notes, and danced over the sparkling waves. It stirred the pod with invisible energy. The matriarch responded, throwing her calf into the air. The boy...
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At just twenty years old, Nancy Catherine Vakatawa is the youngest church representative enrolled in an accredited four-weeks-long Certificate in Social Analysis Course held in Suva, Fiji recently. Most of her fellow students are at least twice her age or much older with a wealth of experience in church work and dealing with social issues....
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Fijian churches have been challenged to be Christ-like by addressing and finding solutions for social issues that oppress Fijians.  The challenge came from the Principal of the Pacific Theological College Reverend Professor Dr Upolu Vaai while opening a four weeks-long Certificate in Social Analysis Course at the Jovili Meo Mission Centre in Suva, Fiji.  Twenty-five...
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The Secretary-General of the Pacific Islands Forum Dame Meg Taylor saluted three publications of the Pacific Theological College as timely for building a new Pacific. Dame Taylor launched the three publications; Reweaving the Ecological Mat Framework – An alternative framework for development that centralises the wellbeing of people and the natural environment. Ecological Economic Accounts...
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