Students ready to go out as missionaries
Students of the Pacific Mission College in Luganville are now ready to go into the corners of Santo to spread God’s word.
After one year training at this theological college, a group of eight bible students felt they have gained much experience and spiritual weapon to go out and spread God’s word in the interior of Santo for two weeks.
Interior Santo has not proper roads and communication to the interior so these young men would have to walk with their luggages to where they want to go.
Aru Mojuju and Rum Takasi who will be part of the current team said they know from experience that an it won’t be an easy task but they are prepared with God’s help to face the challenge.
“We are walking with our luggage 25 kilometers to Talunere Village and we will be climbing higher mountains and going down cliffs but we are determined not to give up,” Takasi said.
Christianity has not reached many areas on Santo despite the fact that they do need other services such as road, health and telecommunication.
And according to Takasi who has been to some of the most remote area on Santo, many of these people are not converted and are not worried about being a Christian although they still want to receive essential government services to improve their livelihood.
The college will be providing them with food and other essential needs. The team said they will make sure the message is spread in the most appropriate way so that these people may know that there is a God who cares and provides for human needs.
The Pacific Mission College is located on Chapuis and it was established on 2004 when it enrolled theological students who came to learn more about theology.