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Check out our new 200th anniversary website: www.kona2020.org for anniversary events or to sign up […]

October 4, 2019

Fun TV report on Church Preservation Project

Enjoy some laughs as Da Braddahs talk story about the church’s preservation project and the […]

September 22, 2019

West Hawaii Today reports on Preservation

“After listening to a sermon one Sunday afternoon, I researched the Church’s heritage and felt […]

May 4, 2019

A Legend Became Reality

Four young Hawaiians and 14 missionaries sailed 164 days,
and fulfilled high priest Hewahewa's prophecy...

Hawaii History

Mokuaikaua Church
Mokuaikaua Church7 hours ago
At five years old, my son came home from school and said, “Daddy! I’m going to 'Poppa' New Guinea. Wanna come with me?!” Amazed by that moment, our family never forgot. Thirteen years later we accepted an invitation from George Nita (pictured middle) of ÍCare4U to go as father and son and begin filming a documentary on HIV in PNG.

The long held dream came true when we traveled together to PNG last August—filming stories of HIV over-comers, interviewing medical professionals and learning that more than 95% of HIV cases in the Pacific are reported from Papua New Guinea (World Health Organization).

Now in our second phase of filming, my film teammates, Samuel Rich and Maarten Honkoop of the Lost Kites film team are travelling to PNG to film key interviews and footage to complete the documentary. This fundraising campaign is to raise funds for travel and filming in the highlands and capital before leaving for PNG on February 3rd. After already reaching halfway of our fundraising goal we don't have too far to go.

We've planned interviews with HIV survivors, medical professionals and social workers. The team will continue linking with partner NGOs: ÍCare4U, HIV/AIDS Counsel for PNG and YWAM Medical Ships to document voices of hope amid the urgent medical needs.

By filming and sharing true stories of courage from HIV survivors in PNG, people can overcome stigma. Through this Papua New Guinean lives can be saved from the transmission of HIV and instead find testing, treatment and with it, a new positive life. - Jeff Rogers

DONATE HERE: https://www.gofundme.com/f/film-to-stop-spread-of-hiv-in-papua-new-guinea?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link-tip&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet
Mokuaikaua Church
Mokuaikaua Church5 days ago
Have you Discovered Your Design?
We are offering an evening workshop: Resources to Live Life without Regret — It will be in the air-conditioned Upper Room Wed., March 4, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 7, 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Light refreshments will be served.
Email to register: amrediger@gmail.com
Mokuaikaua Church
Mokuaikaua Church1 week ago
Sunrise through the palms 🙌
Mokuaikaua Church
Mokuaikaua Church1 week ago
Despite the clickbait sounding title, he’s not wrong.
Mokuaikaua Church
Brutally Honest Valedictorian Regrets Being Top of the Class
On May 30th, 2019, Kyle Martin (YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCakDeZNN8shAPV3RGxjWFig) addressed The King's Academy's Class of 2019 as it...
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200th Celebration

Join in the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the arrival of the gospel in […]

January 16, 2020

Foster Care Response

137 children are in foster care in Kailua-Kona. 50% of kids that age out of […]

November 17, 2019

Close Call!

Workers at Mokuaikaua showed Kahu David an electrical line from the rafters that had shorted […]

October 7, 2019

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