30 June 2021 SVSG Campus of Hope Apia Samoa. The annual Pastoral Care program coordinated by Malua Theological College 3rd year students and their wives started this week at the SVSG Campus of Hope.
The majority of children survivors of domestic violence at the campus have been violated by close family members and adults that are supposed to take care of them.
The program with Malua Theological College started over 10 years ago as part of the partnership between SVSG and the Malua.
The program is 4 to 5 weeks, with the aoao and their faletua visiting every Sunday.
The third year students training program before their final year, involves spreading the Good News to the children through gospel music, skits and fellowship.
SVSG President Siliniu Lina Chang says the children look forward to the visits, and are always so blessed by the fellowship.
“The Theological students and their wives always tell us that they are equally blessed by the opportunity to spend time with the children and our babies on campus”, said Siliniu.
“Thank you Reverend Filemoni Crawley for organising the program. Thank you also to the students and their wives for sharing the love with the children, not only through the program, but also the through the kind donation you always put together for them”.