The 21st Cultural Day of Baptist Theological College (BTC) was celebrated on November 4 at its College Square, T. Chikri, Pfutsero with Neichute Doulo, coordinator, entrepreneur associates as resource person.
The resource person spoke on the importance of work culture in the ministry of the Gospel.
He further challenged theological teachers, students and Church workers to carry out their assigned duties in order to prosper.
He said people must trade talents and multiply in all aspects of our lives through hard labor, and not only by seeking government jobs.
“Theologians must start working movement. If we do not work, we go against Biblical principles.
We should celebrate God-given work and multiply in every aspect of our lives”, he added.
Members of Pfutsero town councilors, SDO publicity and information, a few head of institutions, Captain Avina, Assam Rifle Camp Commander, Pfutsero and CBCC staff participated on the occasion.
The cultural day was celebrated with the presentation of different cultural items from different communities.
The first prize of cultural dance was won by Rengma students, first prize of indigenous song by Zeliang students, first prize in enacting traditional story by Lotha students, first prize of handcraft among ladies by Mekronyi-u Thele, second prize, Vikesono and Pezano and third prize went to Vepalu.
In male category, first handicraft prize was won by Abu Khing, second prize, Kekhrie and third prize to Khrusazo. Prizes were awarded by Neichute Doulo and were given away by Captain Avina, Assam Rifle Camp Commander.