Melanesia Nazarene Bible College, Papua New Guinea: National Communications Coordinator (Rev. Daniel Eka) sent in this recent praise from Papua New Guinea. (Above: MNBC student Immanuel Michael first hand-on experience on keyboard, writing Krai Bilong Ol Meri radio script.)
After many years of praying to God for someone to help out with the Radio Ministry here in Papua New Guinea, God has answered! We had been praying for a person who has a heart and a passion for radio. God in His own timing answers prayers. His ways are not our ways, says the Lord of Host. God’s timing was just right when He finally answered my prayer. I have been praying since 2007 for someone, a male or a female, educated or uneducated, someone who is godly and filled with God’s spirit.
God answered my prayer at the begining of this year 2014. Immanuel Michael is a carpenter by trade. He had recieved a call from God to do his 3 years of Diploma in Ministry at Melanesia Nazarene Bible College. Prior to that he was a pastor of another sister holiness church for more than 5 years.
One day Immanuel came knocking at my door and said, “Pastor Daniel, I am coming to your office for you to pray for me.” When I asked how I could pray he said, “I have peace from my heart to work with you (radio ministry) from time to time while I am a student here at Melanesia Nazarene Bible College.”
I smiled at him with confidence and said, “Immanuel, you are answer to my prayer for 7 years. I am more than happy to train you the basics in radio script writing, audio productions, and many more.”
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From Monday to Friday and even during the weekends he finds time to come and at least give two to three hours for radio. I praise God for bringing this special person to radio ministry.
Its going to be a great relief for me as I am looking forward to concentrating more on video and hopefully quarterly news letters for the National Church and other Communication Ministries as God leads.
Blessed be the name of the Lord!
National Communications Coordinator
Daniel Eka (Rev.)