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Ambassadors trained in media evangelism


Hope FM 107 radio announcer Karalaini Tukutukuwaqa.

Hope Ambassadors from the 19 districts in Vanualevu, Fiji, gathered at the Labasa Seventh-day Adventist Church for the first ever Hope Ambassadors regional training.

The training started on Friday, February 23 and ended the following afternoon.

Hope Ambassadors volunteer or are appointed by their local church to work with Hope Studios to champion media evangelism in Fiji.

The training was designed to show members how to use radio and television as a tool to connect with people and introduce them to Jesus.

Hope FM 107 and Hope TV provide daily content that assists people in areas of interest, including parenting, relationships, health and prophecy.

Hope Ambassadors were encouraged to pray for families who engage with Hope content, point them towards programs and content that can help them, and possibly connect them to a church or cell group that can meet their needs.

More than 200 Hope Ambassadors stood to show their willingness to be involved in media evangelism. A special dedication prayer was offered for them.

Participants received Bible marking stickers sponsored by the Trans-Pacific Union Mission to help equip them for Bible studies with their contacts.

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