The School of Prophets successfully completed their 2 weeks training last night at the Kingdom Harvest church, in east Honiara.

Among the 190 graduating students were 22 representatives from Vanuatu, said to be the largest delegation from the neighbouring country to have attended the S.O.P training since its joint initiative in August 2007.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, a Vanuatu representative said that attending the S.O.P has "made me rest, sit back and have a whole new mindset".

He said that God speaks strongly to everyone to unlearn what has been learnt over the past years and be relevant to what He is saying now.

The Vanuatu representative added that the training has not only affected the immediate family circle but also extended to all around.

"We are taught to have our nations in our hearts, to avail ourselves to what God is doing now in raising a new breed."

Echoing similar sentiments, Pastor Philip who leads the Vanuatu team said that the finishing generation in this race is "the last one to hold the baton".

Pr. Philip encouraged participants to "carry what is in the heart and mind of God".

The S.O.P training is the 19th in total to be hosted by the Kingdom Harvest Ministries International in Solomon Islands.

Kingdom Harvest Ministries International head Pastor, and facilitator of the training, Ellison Barko, described the occasion as "an orchestrated moment in God".

"Do not undermine what God has given to you in this past 2 weeks, it is very important to align ourselves with God is this season and time."

In congratulating the graduating students, Pr. Barko encouraged them to be aligned to the apostolic move in order to achieve what God's purpose in life.