Campus Development for Wesleyan Bible College – Papua New Guinea
The Wesleyan Bible College of Papua New Guinea trains men and women from a variety of tribes. Many graduates return to remote villages where there are minimal modern services such as electricity, clean drinking water, law enforcement, or adequate schooling. There they serve as pastors, who minister in a wholistic manner, preaching the gospel, teaching literacy, visiting church medical clinics, assisting in community construction projects, and more. Rev. Roy Mung, current national superintendent of the Wesleyan Church of Papua New Guinea, is a graduate of the Bible college.
The Bible college’s most pressing campus development need is housing for its dedicated teachers.