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In Touch With The Almighty

  Nothing will deter the Fiji Navy from holding scheduled church services every month, says Fijian Navy Commander, Captain John Fox. During the navy’s last church service of the year
07 Dec 2015 10:37
In Touch With  The Almighty
Fiji Navy personnel with their family members at their last Fiji Navy monthly church service at Stanley Brown Base, Walu Bay in Suva, yesterday. Photo: Shahani Mala.

 

Nothing will deter the Fiji Navy from holding scheduled church services every month, says Fijian Navy Commander, Captain John Fox.

During the navy’s last church service of the year yesterday, Captain Fox said the church service held every first Sunday of the month would continue even if there was a hurricane or tsunami.

“We still stand by the PM’s words; the church service was held all throughout every first Sunday of the month despite the challenges we came across,” he said.

“This church service today is a commemoration of the last Sunday of the year and it is just the normal progress we commemorate the year and look forward to the next year.

“This year’s church programmes were good and we will continue next year as usual; it helps us to focus on our life from the spiritual perspectives of things.”

The Republic of Fiji Military Forces chaplain, Reverend Ilaitia Tuwere, while delivering his sermon, urged the Fijian Navy officers to fix their eyes on Jesus.

“Anyone who is hurt and weary; take all your problems to Jesus because there is no greater healer than him alone. He is our Saviour and Redeemer; he will give you heavenly peace and take you every challenges that may come your way,” Reverend Tuwere said.

The RFMF Acting Commander, Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto, also attended the service.

shahani.mala@fijisun.com.fj

 

 

 

 



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