AHA to hold Christian leaders’ conference

AHA to hold Christian leaders’ conference
Christian leaders from Asia Harvest Alliance at the press conference held on January 9 in Dimapur. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JAN 9 (NPN) | Publish Date: 1/9/2019 11:19:14 AM IST

The Asia Harvest Alliance (AHA), a fellowship of Christian leaders from different Churches and ministries in North East India, other parts of India and neighbouring countries, is organizing a three-day conference from January 16 to 18 under the theme “Abundance of Harvest” at Imliyanger Memorial Center (IMC) hall in Notun Basti, Dimapur.

The conference is primarily aimed at imparting, training, and equipping Christian ministers for fulfilling the Great Commission, while also reaching out to members of the general public who need healing. It will witness a host of renowned speakers from India and aboard. 

To announce the upcoming conference and highlight its objectives, representatives from AHA, pastor, Life Square Church, Kenei Kiso; pastor, The Lighthouse Church, Wabang S Longchari; director, Globe Mission, Lipok Phom; and senior pastor, Father’s House Church, Robert Kikon addressed the press at Hope Cafe near DABA in Duncan Basti on Wednesday. 

The AHA conference will have two sessions everyday: a day session from 9 am to 1 pm where Christian leaders will be equipped for their respective ministries, and the second session at 5 pm which is open for all. 

The registration fee for  the day session is Rs 100 for those from Dimapur, and Rs 2000 (with lunch and dinner) for the entire duration for those from outside Dimapur. The accommodation charges are 1000 rupees for dormitory and 2000 rupees for hotels per day.

In his address, pastor Kenei Kiso said the evening session is open to all, especially for those seeking deliverance and healing. He lauded the unity of Christian leaders coming together but pointed out that fellowship is still lacking and there is a need for leaders to fellowship and reason together.

Pastor Wabang Longchari, who also addressed the media, stated that AHA has been organizing the conference for three years. 

 Wabang also outlined the growth of AHA in the last three years, from the time it was founded by Heidi Baker in 2016 to its current strength of around 100 members from Mizoram, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Manipur, Sikkim, West Bengal, Delhi and Chandigarh, and also from Nepal, Myanmar, Bhutan, Singapore, Indonesia and China. Pastor of Faith Harvest Church, Kohima, Rev Shan Kikon is the current president of AHA which has eight council members. 

Also taking into account the challenges faced by leaders of independent Churches and ministries in getting a license or being ordained, Wabang stated that AHA will also give licence to those part of AHA and those who have been in the ministry for around 20 to 25 years, to help them fulfil the call of God in their lives.

Senior pastor of Father’s House Church, Robert Kikon stated that the focus of the conference was to fulfil the Great Commission and to ignite the flame of evangelism.

The praise and worship for the three-day conference will be led by Jack Pucho, Kingdom Culture Church and Sinai Ministry.


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