NBCC holds youth week and Sunday

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/6/2020 10:36:07 AM IST

NBCC Youth Week and Youth Sunday under the theme, “stronger together” was conducted by Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) from July 1 to 5 with essay writing competition on the topic, “God in a pandemic”. 

A press release from NBCC youth secretary, Rev. Vikuo Rhi stated that, the best three essays will be awarded commendation certificate with cash, while the best essay shall also be published in both NBCC news letter and local dailies. In essay writing, the first position went to Bitsa K. Sangtam, Longkhim Town Baptist Church under United Sangtam Baptist Lithroti Ashimukhong (USBLA), second position to Kilentola Jamir, Mangkolemba Baptist Church under Ao Baptist Arogo Mungdang (ABAM) and third position to Rüübino Peseyie, Calvary Baptist Church, Jotsoma under Angami Baptist Church Council (ABCC). 

Daily Bible study was also held from July 1 to 5 with prepared Bible study materials. During the week, the NBCC also telecasted music, sports, and Youth Sunday message through YouTube channel @ NBCC youth ministry featuring some young artistes each day. 

Youth Sunday on July 5 was observed with prayer & fasting all over the state. 

In his Youth Sunday message at Khedi Baptist Church Kohima the speaker Rev. Vikuo Rhi, youth secretary, NBCC urged the youth ministry to be Christ-centered focusing on soul-winning rather than being overly programme oriented or entertainment-centered. 

Speaking on the need for multiplication through discipleship making, impacting and imparting Christian values into young people’s heart, recognizing and valuing the potentials of young people and utilizing them, the speaker called upon the church to place youth ministry on top priority of the Church ministry. 

He also added that the church must be able to effectively use modern information technology and new media tools for evangelism, Church growth and furtherance of God’s kingdom building. 

He further challenged the youth to live above pandemic by citing the story of Jesus and Peter walking on the water found in Matthew 14:25 – 34. NBCC has 1661 local churches with 2, 12, 307 youth members.  


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