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CTC observes 48th foundation day at Aolichen

CTC observes 48th foundation day at Aolichen
CTC principal, Rev. Dr. Mar Pongener releasing a book authored by Dr. Boholi Z. Sema.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/10/2020 1:29:28 PM IST

Clark Theological College (CTC) held a programme to celebrate its 48th foundation day at the college multi-court on August 10. 

A press release by CTC director professor L. Imsutoshi Jamir stated that, principal of the college Rev. Dr. Mar Pongener encouraged each member of the Clark community to walk extra mile for the well-being of the institution and for the Glory of God. He challenged, “If God has done wondrous things, what role you and I would like to play for the well-being of the College?” and invited Clark community to pray more and give more for CTC.

The programme also witnessed the launching of the book “Pastoral care and counselling: towards cultural fidelity among Naga youth”, formally released by prof. Mar Pongener. 

The book is authored by Dr. Boholi Z. Sema, currently teaching at CTC in the department of Christian ministry (pastoral counselling) and is published by Christian World Imprints, Delhi. 

Earlier, programme was chaired by Dr. Arenla Longkumer, scripture reading and prayer by the chaplain, Rev. Dr. A. Tali Ao, special song by Dr. Nungshi and family and benediction was offered by Dr. Renbi Rangthang. 

 

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