P.M. applauds 2017 Rhema graduates

By Staff Writer 27 November 2017, 12:00AM

Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi has congratulated the newest graduates of Rhema Bible Training Centre South Pacific.

Tuilaepa was the keynote speaker during the Centre’s graduation held at their Taufusi base on Friday night.

Sixty-two students graduated with different qualifications. Eighteen graduated with First Year Certificates, twenty four received their Second Year Certificates, thirteen received Third Year Ministerial Diploma while seven walked off the stage with Fourth Year Advanced Diploma in Ministry. 

The end of the year event was well attended by families, friends and supporters of the school headed by Pastor Pattie Ah Kui. 

It was the 25th graduation of the school where hundreds of leaders in government, churches in Samoa and abroad have gone through to learn about the word of God.

Prime Minister Tuilaepa highlighted the importance of such schools to maintaining a peaceful Samoa.

He told the audience he always welcomes the opportunity to speak at such events because he believes the more people get to know the word of God, the better the community will become.

That’s because such Bible training Centres teach students about how they can relate better to others around them which therefore automatically promotes peace and harmony.

Tuilaepa reminded that while no one can see the Almighty, God is in the next person and everyone should ensure they treat that next person well.

Rhema South Pacific is a worldwide accredited, government registered, inter-denomination, ministerial training center, designed to train Christians for a life time of effective service in the Kingdom of God. 

The institution has trained believers from 20 nations and over 100 churches representing more than 25 denominations. 

With over 210 campuses worldwide Rhema represents a stand of excellence with over 40,000 graduates ministering the gospel of Jesus Christ in 114 nations. 

By Staff Writer 27 November 2017, 12:00AM

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