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Christian Leaders Training College

Papua New Guinea

CLTC 50th Anniversary – PNG stamps

Papua New Guinea issued these commemorative stamps in March 2015, for the 50th Anniversary of the Christian Leaders Training College (CLTC).

Over 2,000 men and women have graduated from CLTC, an accredited institution of HIgher Education and a servant of the churches in PNG and the South Pacific, inspiring men and women for Christian ministry and leadership based upon biblical values.

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Location of PNG – just north of Australia

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Contact details for the stamps:

Sam Seigel
Max Stern & Co
Port Phillip Arcade, 234 Flinders Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Australia
Phone: +61 3 9654 6751
Fax: +61 3 9650 7192
Email: maxstern@maxstern.com.au
http://www.maxstern.com.au

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Comments on: "CLTC 50th Anniversary commemoration: PNG stamps" (1)

  1. Mike Nime (same person as commented above) said:

    God Bless CLTC for producing people for the Great Commission of our beloved Christ and Lord. CLTC is also known to be the “NURSERY” of Spiritual Revival; 1973 to Baya River and 1974 to Kutubu and probably other places too!! This is what makes me hold high esteem for CLTC!!

    Thanks you and God bless you brother Geoff Waugh Blessings for keeping the Revival Fire burning. The final great holiness Revival is breaking out in the South Pacific in 2015!! May God continue to give you good health and keep you safe from all hidden dangers of the enemy for this Pacific purpose/calling.

    Paul Mike, National Overseer – Eternal Word Ministry, serving the Body of Christ in Acts 3:21 for Revival, Renewal and Transformation .

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