ABKK holds friendship fellowship programme
Kohima, Oct. 23 (EMN): Angami Baptist Khriesarüü Krotho (ABKK) organised a one-day ‘Khrietho Kehou’ (fellowship of friendship) on October 23 at New Chümoukedima Baptist Church.
Speaking on the occasion, pastor of New Chümoukedima Baptist Church, Ngusazo Kezo, mentioned that ‘God allow people to come together though the time is worsening.’ Emphasising on the value of youth hood, he reminded the youngsters to live a guilt-free life for Christ saying that “Our body is the temple of God.”
“Let us be a good testimony by leading a righteous life and glorify God’s name,” Kezo said.
Also speaking during the event, Vimegokho Chüsi, pastor of Ministers’ Hill Baptist Church, stated that the world is at chaos as people are ‘focusing more on their minds than their sins.’ He, therefore, reminded that if people fall short of the glory of God, the outcome would be disastrous.
Making references to different characters from the Good Book, Chüsi stated that although the outward appearances of people maybe fine-looking, yet many tend to commit immoral acts. On the other hand, he made a mention where some people cover their misconduct though they are conscious about their wrongdoings.
In order to deal with one’s sin, the pastor reminded on the need to confess sincerely and seek forgiveness.
Recreational activities were conducted by Vileno (Avino) Tase, while reports on the yearly youth activities were delivered by the four churches — Ministers’ Hill Baptist Church, Botsa Baptist Church, Medziphema Baptist Church and New Chümoukedima Baptist Church.
Altogether, about 300 youth members from the four churches attended the fellowship. It may be mentioned that “Khrietho Kehou” is a yearly event initiated by ABKK, a conglomeration of churches.