TSCF: Hanging Out With the WIFIBible

TSCF: Hanging Out With the WIFIBible

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The Tertiary Students Christian Fellowship (TSCF) invested in two WIFIBIble devices which they then presented to the Highlands Regional School of Nursing and Goroka Business College. In the Highlands Reginal School of Nursing, the WIFIBible is set up in their recreational hall where most of the students hang out and study. WIFIBible had provided them with another way of passing their time, by creating an opportunity to access and download free biblical contents tot their mobile devices.
.At the Goroka Business College the WIFIBible device is setup in their library. The library is a quiet place to research and study. The books and the resources in the library are to be borrowed and given back, but the WIFIBible has provided a way that students can access and download resources for free which they can use themselves and share with others.

Deo installing the WIFIBIBLE.

Lukas with a student going through how to access files via the WIFIBIBLE.

What CRMF Does (Part 1)

What CRMF Does (Part 1)

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CRMF stands for Christian Radio Missionary Fellowship. Sounds a lot like MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship) right? We operate under the umbrella of MAF as a program in PNG. Our goal as a mission is to provide quality technology and support to churches and missions in PNG.
CRMF offers a variety of services. One of our main services is installing HF radios in the remotest parts of PNG, providing isolated people with the means of communication. PNG  is very mountainous and most often there is no reliable transportation from the jungles to the towns/cities. We monitor our channel 24/7 and help organize medevacs with MAF. We have been able to help save hundreds of lives.
This lady started having complications with her pregnancy. Due to her history of having miscarriages the remote village radioed in and asked us to medevac her out to the Goroka hospital. We contacted MAF and she was flown in.
The following pictures are of a radio install we performed at a remote village school in the highlands. The education department needed a way to communicate with the teachers. So CRMF was contacted.
CRMF main radio control center is located in Goroka. During work hours CRMF monitors the radio. After hours staff members are required to help with monitoring duties. This means we monitor the radio all day, night, and even during the weekends to assist with any emergencies in Papua New Guinea that get called in through our radio frequency.