Over 200 Pastors and Church Leaders from the Debeini’s Living Water (DLW) Ministries throughout the country attended a 5-day conference in Port Moresby.
The conference started on Wednesday the 31st of May and concluded on Saturday the 3rd of June. The official opening saw the DLW youths display an array of spectacular contemporary music and dance performance representing all 22 provinces of the four regions.
The highlight of the opening ceremony was the display of all the provincial flags, the Papua New Guinea, and Australian flags.
Speaking during the opening was DLW Ministries Founder and Senior Pastor, Peter Solomon who addressed the theme; ‘Move Up to the next level’ and urged the leaders to move up to the next level to experience God’s power at work in their lives and that of their people. With 43 years of experience in the ministry, Pastor Solomon, told the leaders that he is as strong as he was 23 years ago and he wants to do the Work of God more.
“Move up to the next level, and you will see what God is about to show you. Our Vision 2030 ‘Evangelism and Church Planting’ still remains, and we will make sure we plant a church in every province of this country.”
Pastor Solomon said it was the best conference held so far since the last one that was held back in 2017. He further acknowledged and thanked those who supported the conference financially.
Meanwhile, Pastor, Freddy Francis of New Ireland acknowledged Pastor Solomon for the DLW Ministries of which he was honored to be serving in his province. Pastor Francis said he will ensure that the work of God under the DLW Ministries reaches the whole of New Ireland province.
Also speaking during the conference was Pastor Steven Bandi from Kimbe who expressed that the conference was a very powerful one compared to the previous one because he saw that all pastors from the provinces had a chance to speak and share their experiences.
The conference saw about 200 pastors and leaders from East Sepik, New Ireland, West New Britain, Morobe, Eastern Highlands, Madang, Milne Bay, Central, and the National Capital District who attended the conference.
The conference ended on Saturday night with another spectacular performance by the DLW youths. The next conference will be held in two years’ time.