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Written by Warime Guti   
Friday, 21 May 2010 06:50

Title: WOK MITI (Summary Presentation)
By: Head Bishop Right Reverend Giegere Wenge

This is a new chapter of ELC-PNG; starting 2010 our approach will be a complete Bottom Up than too much Top-Down approach. We have been suffocating our congregations, Parishes, Circuits and Districts by stepping on their heads. Ampo must now be at the bottom to up lift its congregations with both its hands so they will breathe fresh air, see the light from the top position and live to their full potential and move forward… WOK MITI… at the acceptable level.

With that, I, as the Head Bishop of ELC-PNG, the safety valve of all ELC-PNG’s operations in PNG and aboard want to see that all is running effectively to produce results as required by the Church.

WOK MITI must be preached and spread to all regardless of geographical complexity, ethnical differences, cultural barriers and the financial cost… ‘WOK MITI’ must achieve its ultimate goal as stated in Matthew 28:19-20.


We need properly devised mechanism in place and the workforce must be well equipped with all needed resources to implement its activities in order to achieve desired targeted results through foremost preaching the Word of God and addressing other physical and social needs of the people. Also most of our infrastructures need to be upgraded to acceptable standard.

All trainings must effectively equip the workforce to address current social issues with the curriculum being developed in the Lutheran and Melanesian context. This is where we develop efficient and intelligent human resource to effectively fulfilling the Great Commission.

We need to review and have a workable Administration system to administer church operations effectively.

As Christians we must put away all our differences and be united as brothers and sisters working hand in hand and serving our Lord Jesus Christ through our foremost role as God’s servants.

All departments, divisions and other entities under the name Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea must all be committed to their delegated responsibilities to effectively produce the results that the Church expects from you within the limited time frame we have.

It is a must that we all effectively perform our respective duties or else we are all answerable to God.

With that I, conclude

God be glorified and praised for ever, Amen

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Last Updated on Friday, 21 May 2010 07:07

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