of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
Papua New Guinea Adventist professionals, business man and women warned about the dangers of money and the importance of their role in the work of the Lord.
The summit was the first of its kind for the PNGUM to connect every Adventist professionals and business man and women of Papua New Guinea together to connect with each other. Participants came in from Sepik mission, Eastern Highlands Simbu mission, Western Highlands mission, Madang
Manus mission, New Britain New Ireland mission, Bougainville Mission, Northern and Milne Bay mission, and the Morobe mission. It started on Friday evening and finished on Saturday evening.
The summit was hosted at the Lae International Hotel with International speaker and business man Julian Archer of Australia. In his presentations Julian stressed out the dangers of accumulating so
much money and the opportunities in which this wealth can be used to support the work of the Lord. “So much money can lead us astray from God,” he stated, “but if used wisely it can help support the church in saving lives of people and those who are in need.” In response, a very excited participant said, “we must all connect and stand together to support each other and the work of our church.”
In the closing remarks the PNGUM Stewardship director Pastor Robert Jonathan stated that he will
consider this type of program to be hosted every year. The summit was closed with a dedication
prayer and consecration of all the participants by the PNGUM Communication Director Pastor