FIJIAN METHODIST BISHOPS VISIT SOLOMON ISLANDS

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RARUMANA, Solomon Islands (Pfnet, Nov. 15) – Two Methodist Bishops from Fiji last week visited Rarumana Island in the Solomon Islands Western Province in behalf of the Regional Assistance Mission Solomon Islands (RAMSI).

Bishop Joe Douloci and Bishop Emanuel Rueben, both from the Fiji Methodist Church, last Wednesday visited Rarumana as part of RAMSI’s effort to encourage Christians to unite, forgive and reconcile.

Bishop Rueben, who visited the People First Network email station on Rarumana, reported that they visited various parts of the Roviana area before coming to the island.

The two bishops last Sunday were at Hapi and Nusa Hope, where they preached.

A bible study was held last Monday at Munda and Tuesday last week, they did a visit to Gizo Hospital.

Bishop Douloci and Bishop Rueben while in Rarumana conducted a bible study and in the evening, preached at Vunarima where the community attended.

Before leaving the village last Thursday, the community presented them with a fan and basket each.

The community farewelled them with a Fijian song "Isa Lei," led Mr Alexander Naqu, a fluent Fijian language speaker.

November 16, 2004

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