21st session of Chokri Area Baptist Children Fellowship underway at Thenyizu

Correspondent KOHIMA, JAN 14 (NPN) | Publish Date: 1/14/2022 1:22:02 PM IST

The 21st session of Chokri Area Baptist Children Fellowship (CABCF) got underway on Friday with the theme, “The master needs it” hosted by Thenyizumi Baptist Church at Thenyizu village, Phek district.

The speaker of the introductory service, pastor of Chakhesang Baptist Church (CBC), Medziphema Town, Edechoi Rose in his message said it was never the plan of God which is in heaven that one of the little ones should not perish. 

Rose asserted that in the present situation, words wound more than guns and urged the gathering to mind the words before speaking out. He challenged the children to live in the likeness of Christ and be an instrument of love and peace reminding them that it is faith that enables them to walk in the righteous ways and told them to grow in faith.

The speaker further urged the parents and the teachers present to teach and train the children in the way of God, so that even when they grow up, they will not depart from it.

Earlier in the programme, pastor of Thenyizumi Baptist Church (TBC), Thepuzhoyi Theyo delivered the welcome address, while songs were presented by Chesezu Baptist Church and K Bawe Baptist Church, scripture was read out by Vevozolu Rüho and the programme was led by Verhata Resu.

In the inaugural ceremony the Children and Education department, Thenyizumi Baptist Church gave a glimmering show and chairman of Chokri Area Baptist Churches Council (CABCC), Rev Vevotso Theluo hoisted the flag and offered a prayer.

A three-day long programme speakers will be director of Children and Education Department, Chakhesang Baptist Church Council (CBCC), Vesakho Thisa; pastor CBC Medziphema Town, Edechoi Rose and ex-director, Children and Education department CBCC, Cünehülu Rhakho.

A total of 834 delegates from 10 units of Chokri Area Baptist Churches are taking part in the programme, while various competitions will also be held.

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