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SBPU holds 31st session in Dmu

SBPU holds 31st session in Dmu
Sümi Baptist pastors at the 31st session.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/25/2021 11:53:51 AM IST

Sümi Baptist Pastors’ Union (SBPU) held its 31st session at Purana Bazar Sümi Baptist Church, East Dimapur, on the theme “Bible lo ide iloni” from October 22- 24.

Speaking at the session, minister for Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), Jacob Zhimomi said that church leaders should not differentiate between the poor and the rich but instead focus on winning souls for the God.

Speaking on the theme, WSBAK executive secretary Rev. Dr. Phughoto Sema said that the theme “returning to the Bible” was relevant in the present context.

He encouraged church leaders to stand firm in righteousness and guide their congregation towards God’s truth.

On the second day, the speakers which included Rev. Ahoto Awomi (Atoizu), Rev. Dr Kavito Zhimomi, TTC principal and Dr Hesheto Chishi, director, indigenous cultural society Dimapur dwelt on different aspects of leadership in the churches.

Addressing the gathering, executive engineer for PHED (Zunheboto), Kitoshe Aye encouraged them to take care of their congregation in the same way a doctor took care of patients. A special prayer session for the Sümi community was also led by DSBC pastor Juliet Shikhu.

Meanwhile, Rev. Akhato, senior Pastor Laza Baptist Church called on the church leaders to come together in one faith and unity to take the community forward.  UBC Satakha pastor, Rev. Honito Chophy also spoke on how one could mature in faith by distancing oneself from sin and living according to the principles of Christianity.

The three-day event witnessed a number of special songs from the Nagageneous group, church choir, Purana Bazar Sümi Baptist Church East Dimapur, SABCK (SABAK), Timeless Band Chekiye Village, and Sümi Baptist Akukuhou Naharbari.

Altogether, 294 pastors from WSBAK, SBAK & SABAK attended the session.

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