A NEW CAMPUS: Fulton College, named in honor of pioneer Adventist missionary John Edwin Fulton, will soon be relocated to a more convenient site on Fiji.The Thirteenth Sabbath Offering last came to the South Pacific Division in 2006. That offering set a record for the largest Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
PICTURE THIS: Picture rolls make it easy to take the gospel to remote locations.The 2006 Thirteenth Sabbath Offering also helped build a worship chapel at Fulton College on the island of Fiji. The school is home to more than 200 theology, arts, and business students. The school serves as the training center for the Trans Pacific Union Mission, which has more than 93,000 members, and is located on a picturesque campus in northeastern Fiji. It was established in the early 1940s and has trained Adventist young people to serve the church, not only in the South Pacific but around the world as well.