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Thursday, 17 July 2014


RE-BUILD PATURARA CHURCH


Lauru Supporting Ministry team and family members have advised the Layman Lindsay on Wednesday, 16 July 2014 to activate the plan to prepare to complete the Paturara Church Building project.  The Paturara Seventh-day Adventist Church building project is part of a plan for the Layman mission in Choiseul to re-introduce Seventh-day Adventist church in the Paturara village. Paturara village was once a Seventh-day Adventist village but the whole village has exprienced a backslide.


However, the layman mission work in Varese district has been working on a plan to re-build Adventist church in Paturara village in the year 2012.  Some villagers in South Choiseul had responded to a request to start the re-building processes.  Fred Vozoto organised the Sene and Loloko churchs to donate Atava (Sago palm leaves), Ngalavole Mathew donated one bag rice, John Lenga Sisiolo donated  one bag rice and monies to buy nails & freight for Atava. Christopher Makoni also provided some help in the original work to re-build the Paturara Seventh-day Adventist Church.


The locals in Paturara village were happy to see the new church building project. Layman Lindsay went to work on the new church and the Paturara villagers helped in building the new church.  However, the church building project stopped since 2012 due to no money to complete the project.  You can see the current status of the Paturara Seventh-day Adventist church here ...

 

The church workers from Ghoghobe even started to work on a house for the Minister at Paturara.  The church workers at Ghoghobe cut some timber for the Minister's house. Timbers were cut from the trees at Paturara village.  This showed the desire of the Paturara village to see Seventh-day Adventist church to re-establish in Paturara village.


There is now a plan to complete the new Paturara Seveth-day Adventist church.  The items that are needed for the re-building of a new Seventh-day Adventist church building at Paturara village are;


(1) 300Litres of petrol - 200L for Adventist villagers to travel to Paturara village and 100L for chain-saw fuel to cut the remaining timber for the church building.


(2) Two (2) bags of rice and a carton of Taiyo to supplement foods for the Adventist villagers who will cut the  timbers and complete building of the new church building.


Lauru Supporting Ministry advises the layman mission work in Paturara village to prepare plans to complete the new church building.  It is our desire to complete the new Seventh-day Adventist church building at Paturara village as soon as possible.  We expect a team of villagers from South Choiseul to complete the church building in the next few weeks.


It is an exciting opportunity to involve in re-building Seventh-day Adventist church at Paturara village. Wantoks can involve in this important project. Wantoks who are impressed to involve in completing the new church building can contact us for more information.


  

Saturday, 28 June 2014


RE-BUILD PATURARA ADVENTIST CHURCH


There are great needs in the mission fields in the Varese district of Lauru Island.  One of the current outstanding needs is the church building at Paturara village.  Paturara village is about 20 - 30 km from Burukuni village. Paturara was a Seventh-day Adventist village.  Pr Rayboe Jilini was once a Pioneer in Paturara village. However, the people in the village have backslided and the village is no longer a Seventh-day Adventist village. Our SDA church is now working on a plan to get the Adventist church back to the Paturara village again. The people in the Paturara village welcome Seventh-day Adventist church to return to Paturara village, again.  The villagers even helped to start the building processes for the new Seventh-day Adventist village.  But more need to be done.


Some of our Lauru wantoks have tried to help in rebuilding Paturara Seventh-day Adventist church in 2013.  Some timbers have been cut and other bush materials have been collected but a lot of works are still needed.  The timbers that were cut last year 2013 are still on the timber shed, waiting to be used to build a Minister's house. 


The Seventh-day Adventist Church system in Lauru and Solomon Islands mission in Honiara do not have money to take up this new church building because of no money. We have locals from Seventh-day Adventist villages in Lauru who can help to build the church but they need money for construction expenses.


The items that are needed for the re-building of a new Seventh-day Adventist church building at Paturara village are;


(1) 300Litres of petrol - 200L for Adventist villagers to travel to Paturara village and 100L for chain-saw fuel to cut the remaining timber for the church building.


(2) Two (2) bags of rice and a carton of tin Taiyo to supplement foods for the Adventist villagers who will cut the  timbers for the new church building.


We are looking for Lauru wantoks who may be impressed to involve in re-building a Seventh-day Adventist church building at Paturara.  We need wantoks who may help to buy the 300 Litres of petrol & the two bags of rice plus a carton of Tayio.  It is ok if wantoks want to provide more.  Will GOD use you to re-build the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Paturara village?


There are more news updates and photos about Paturara mission work on our website: www.LauruSupportingMinistry.org


Let us know if you are impressed to help and we can get you in-touch with the Adventist Laymen in the Varese district of Lauru Island, who involve in the Adventist mission in Paturara village.  Needs for mission work are huge in Lauru and we need more help.


  

Saturday, 07 June 2014


CHILDREN'S MINISTRY ASSISTANCE


Linasi Sisiolo, wife of Layman Lindsay Sisiolo, requested Lauru Supporting Ministry for Sabbath School supplies for her mission works with children in north-east and north-west Lauru (Choiseul) Island.  As a result Lauru Supporting Ministry provided materials for Linasi's Children's Ministry and these donations may support the work of Layman Lindsay Galo Sisiolo in north-east and north-west Lauru.  Lauru Supporting Ministry bought just more than SBD$1,200.00 worth of Sabbath school items in Australia and shipped the supplies to Honiara on Thursday, 05 June 2014.  The items will then be shipped by plane to Taro then will be transported to Burukuni village in Lauru (Choiseul) Island.  The items are suitable for teaching children about the stories of Jesus. 


The supplies will be mostly used in new mission fields in north-east and north-west Lauru Island.  These donations will streghten the children's ministry work in the Adventist mission field.  For example, it was the children's ministry work of Linasi Sisiolo that opened doors for Adventist mission work at the Oliveti village in north-west Lauru.  Linasi told bible stories to the children at the Oliveti village and this developed interests of the adults. This showed the potentials in the use of children's ministry to share GOD's message in Lauru (Choisuel) Island.  Keep praying for GOD's leading as we partner with GOD and use various ways to share the stories about GOD's power, wisdom and grace.  Glory be to GOD.

  

Thursday, 17 July 2014


BIBLE & CLINIC EQUIPMENT PROJECT


The bible and clinic equipment project for Varese district in Choisuel Province were activated for public promotion on Monday, 14 July 2014. Both projects are the results of requests from the communities in the Varese district in Choiseul Province.


The bible project is called Bible project - Top End Lauru. This project intends to buy 1,008 New King James Version (NKJV) bibles for the Varese district in Choiseul Province.  These bibles will be delivered and distributed for free to the local communities.  However, it is possible that some locals in other districts in Choiseul Province may also benefit from the project.  There are more information about this project on our website.


Lauru Supporting Ministry (LSM) does not collect public monies.  Nevertheless, those who are impressed to involve in this wonderful project can contact LSM for more information.  We will love to hear from you.


The clinic equipment project is for the new Oliveti clinic in Oliveti village.  Adventist villagers in Choiseul have been involved in building a new clinic and a new staff house for the Oliveti clinic.  This facility is an answer to the community request from Oliveti village. The Adventist church in Choiseul Province will handover the facility to the Choiseul Provincial Health Services when the facilities are completed. As a result it is our desire to source help and provide some clinic equipment for the facility as part of the items to tranfer to the Choiseul Provincial Health Services.  There are more information about this project on our website.


LSM does not collect public monies.  Nevertheless, those who are impressed to involve in this Oliveti clinic equipment project can contact LSM for more information. We will love to hear from you.


  

The 100 years anniversary of the first arrival of Seventh-day Adventist church in Lauru Island will be in 2022.  Lauru people have been blessed abundantly with God's grace since the arrival of Adventist message in the Island.  For this reason, as the 100 year Jubilee of Adventist message in Lauru Island is approaching it is time now for us Lauru people to start discussions about 100 Year Celebration of God's grace, glory and power in Lauru Island.  Let us now share our views with each other, our family, our relatives, and our church Leaders how to celebrate 100 year Jubilee of Adventist message in Lauru Island.


  

100 Years Jubilee in Lauru Island - 2022