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Chokri Area Baptist Children Fellowship holds 22nd session

By EMN Updated: Jan 15, 2024 8:42 pm
Chokri Area Baptist Children Fellowship
Sessional speakers and others during the CABCF 22nd session at Khulazu Bawu Baptist Church, Phek.

KOHIMA — Chokri Area Baptist Children Fellowship (CABCF) held its 22nd session from January 12 to 14 at Khulazu Bawu Baptist Church, Phek, with the theme “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made” (Psalm 139:14).

The session was attended by 846 delegates from ten different villages: North Kikruma, Kikruma, Phusachodu, Thipuzu, Phuyoba, Khulazu Bawu, Khulazu Basa, Chesezu, Chetheba, and Thenyizu.

The sessional speakers included Rev. Dr. Chekrovei Cho-o, executive secretary, CBCC; Rev. Dr. Suluveyi Rhakho, coordinator, Globeserve International NM America; and Dr. Medongoi Rhakho, deputy director, Higher Education.

Cho-o, speaking at the session, said that unless one knows who the creator is, one cannot discover the purpose of life.

According to him, opportunity knocks only once, but temptation knocks repeatedly until it knocks one out. He, therefore, noted that if one plays with temptation, temptation will always win. He advised the students to avoid temptation and never give temptation a chance to win.

In his speech, Rhakho stated that if people are anchored by Jesus, they will never fall under any circumstances. He encouraged studying the Bible, meditating on oneself in connection with God, praying, rejoicing, and thanking God.

He emphasised following Jesus Christ rather than idols, believing that this would lead individuals to the right path, with Jesus guiding them and added that everyone is a masterpiece of God.

According to Medongoi Rhakho, people have the freedom to choose their actions, but not the consequences of those actions. He advised the parents that if their children ask or request something, they should not respond with ‘yes’ or ‘no’ but rather discuss how they can make or achieve that with their children.

During the session, children from different villages competed in various fields, including solo, guitar ensemble, worship dance, octet, and theme song.

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By EMN Updated: Jan 15, 2024 8:42:30 pm
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