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YWAM DTS Blessed by PNG

The Voice for the Voiceless Discipleship Training School (V4V DTS) volunteered with YWAM Ships Kona’s medical vessel, the m/v Pacific Link for three weeks, to support staff in medical clinics and distribute water filters. “During some of the evenings, we had the opportunity to share the Jesus film. One night, we walked on a log, over the water with the projector, Jesus Film SD card, loud speaker and skit props.…

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YWAM Ships Kona Accredited by National Financial Accountability Organization

The ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) announced today the accreditation of YWAM Ships Kona of Kailua Kona, HI. ECFA accreditation is based on the ECFA Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship TM, including financial accountability, transparency, sound board governance and ethical fundraising. YWAM Ships Kona joins a growing number of Christ-centered churches and ministries across America, supported by over 27 million donors that have earned the right to display the…

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YWAM Ships Thanks Governor Muthuvel for His Support

West New Britain Governor, Honourable Sasindran Muthuvel, presented a cheque for 500,000 PGK to YWAM Medical Ships today on behalf of the West New Britain Provincial Government. The cheque is a fulfillment of a pledge toward operational expenses for YWAM’s training and medical ship, the MV Pacific Link. The MV Pacific Link will sail to West New Britain for the first time early next month. The vessel will spend five…

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L’Astrolabe Is Set To Join YWAM Ships Fleet

The future got significantly brighter today because of the acquisition of another ship and the fact that YWAM Norway has elected to join us collaboratively in our work. YWAM Norway will join YWAM Ships Kona with the vessel the m/v L’Astrolabe (yet to be re-named). This will be a tremendous boost to our ability to reach the 293 populated islands of Papua New Guinea with God’s love, and mark the…

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I Refuse To Be A Prisoner Of My Past

We each have a story. No matter where we’re from, or how old we are, we each have a past that has shaped who we have become. But why does it seem like no matter how hard we try to move on, to forget our past and simply move forward, it somehow still haunts us? Why do some things never seem to get resolved? Why do our hearts hold on…

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