The Fiji Times » Spiritual approach needed – Naivalu
- June 10, 2021
- Posted by: BeTranced Online Holistic Healing Centre
- Category: Blog
The religious method taken by the Methodist Church in Fiji to fight the COVID-19 pandemic ends on June 30.
Church normal secretary the Reverend Iliesa Naivalu mentioned the principle thought of the 2 months of fasting and prayer program was to instil religion and concentrate on their near 200,000 church members – in addition to each Fijian.
“Religion is a very powerful element of life in such a disaster,” Mr Naivalu mentioned.
“Every day throughout these two months fasting interval is devoted to every of the 59 divisions and it’s all about prayers and searching for God’s intervention within the COVID-19 conflict at the moment taking place in our midst.
“Each church member has been a part of this method and we’re so humbled to have been capable of take this method to assist struggle this conflict.”
Mr Naivalu mentioned the church would use all its religious assets to struggle towards the pandemic.