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You will be my witness…to the ends of the earth

The Bishop of the Diocese of Port Moresby in the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea (ACPNG), the Rt Revd Denny Guka, wanted to accompany three brothers of the Melanesian Brotherhood to the village of Pivo. It is one of the remotest villages in the world with an Anglican presence. The diocese is building a chapel, an elementary school and an adult education center in Pivo. The journey from his See in Port Moresby began with a six-hour truck drive from […]

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