With an aim to spread the gospel and Christian way of life for those staying in hostellers in and around Dimapur, John Mission Ministry (JMM) for Hostels has been organizing devotional service every Sunday at Lotha Hoho Ki, Dimapur.
According to director John Mission Ministry, Yanger Aier the mission with its motto “Go and make Disciplines” was mainly focused to bring the youth together for worship and provide them a platform where they will display their talent for the glory of God. The mission teaches the bible truths, the way of life and provides a contemporary worship, interactions and prayers to the youth who have all gathered from various places and denomination.
John Mission Ministry- draws its inspiration from the culture of “Morung” where Naga youth learnt religion, culture, war technique, way of life, discipline and culture before the Christian era. After the Christian era missionary introduce dormitory (room) in each village, where young people stay together, both boys and girls separate after the field work. In this mission they learnt about the Christian way of life.
A total of 30 hostels along with the proprietor in and around Dimapur have been attending at the devotional services which have been going on for the last five years.
Meanwhile, John Mission Ministry is also organizing a Dimapur youth revival for hostels on the theme “Divine Encounter” from October 9 to 11 at Lotha Hoho Ki, Dimapur with prof. Imchayanger as the speaker and Meren as the moderator.