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ARBS graduation day held

Bhutanese nationals presenting cultural dance at the graduation day at life spring corner, Sunday Dimapur (NP)
Staff Reporter, DIMAPUR, Nov 30:
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Published on 1 Dec. 2008 1:16 AM IST
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Altogether twenty ministers including one reverend were ordained Sunday at the graduation day programme of Autumn Rain Bible School (ARBS) at Life Spring Corner, Dimapur. Speaking as guest of honour, Deputy Commissioner Dimapur Moangwati Aier exhorted the graduating students to be enthusiastic in serving the lord and urged them to preach the word of God without any fear. He in his usual enthusiastic approach shared his experiences of God and how God had intervened in his life. "To be a Christian is not for show off, but a life to be lived worthily for him" he said. Tsuknungsangba Ao, speaker of the occasion shared the word of God and encouraged the newly graduated students and ordained ministers to be fearless in spreading his message. Earlier the programme started with an invocation prayer proposed by Dina Lemtur, Administator, ARBS, welcome speech by Rev. Robert Singh, director, ARBS and praise and worship by Karna Tirwa. The ordination of ministers was performed by director ARBS Rev. Robert Singh and his lady wife Atula Robert and pastors from New Zealand and Australia. Certificates were also presented to all participants. The occasion also witnessed cultural dances performed by students of Bhutan, Nepal, New Zealand, and solo by Priscilla Koirala. The culminating programme of five weeks bible camp conducted by ARBS was participated by 72 students from Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, Burma border, refugees from Nepal, New Zealand, Australia and Nagaland.

 
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