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LBSA holds 11th session at Sürühuto

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/17/2021 1:20:15 PM IST

Literary Board Sürühuto Area (LBSA) held its 11th session on October 13 at Sürühuto Town under the theme, “analysing our churches” with Nagaland Interserve Ministry, teacher and counsellor, Khevili Kakheto Jakhalu as the main speaker.

A press release by LBSA stated that the speaker spoke on “Membership is of Christian Origin” referring to Bible verses Romans 12:4-5 and 1 Corinthians 6:15.

She deliberated on glorifying God in body and spirit and dwelled on progress and obstacles of churches and analytical view on church’s health. 

Expressing concern that present churches in Nagaland are being deviated from its original path owing to “over developmental works”, Jakhalu said officers, rich and church members are being “overburdened” on pretext of church buildings, anniversary celebrations and feasts. She then added that such practices ought to stop as it was not the will of God.

The proceeding was chaired by LBSA chairman Hotoshe Sema, who in his opening address, highlighted the inception of the board and its various activities organised/conducted particularly for the welfare of the students and public in general.

Earlier, invocation was said by MCNBC pastor, Vikaho Jimo and adoption of resolutions was initiated by LBSA advisor Hokuto Jakhalu. Church leaders, deacon board chairman’s and village council chairmen under 33Sürühuto-Asüto Area Constituency attended the programme.

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