Love Nagaland Prayer Day observed in Dimapur
Dimapur, Sep. 6 (EMN): ‘Love Nagaland Prayer Day,’ an initiative of Father’s House Church, conducted a prayer for Dimapur and Nagaland on September 6 at Hill Star, Eros Lane, with the participation of leaders from various spheres of influence.
Welcoming the gathering, senior pastor of Father’s House Church Rev. Robert Kikon said, “Today we are here with a spiritual act of humility and unity with a sacred trust to shape the future of our land so that Nagaland will fulfil her spiritual destiny”.
He also added that “There is no place for panic for the body of Christ because we know God is in control.”
The ‘Love Nagaland Prayer Day’ was attended by church leaders from various denominations and civil society leaders, political parties including the commissioner of police, Dimapur, by strictly following the social distancing and SOP norms, an update stated.
It stated that the prophetic worship was led by New Wine, a worship band of Father’s House. The speakers of the programme included Rev. Moses Murry, president of Dimapur Christian Forum; Rev. James Ngullie, Rev. Ravi Agarwal, Rev. Asabe Chuilo, Lumdemo Kikon from Indian Evangelical Mission; and Nune Kire, proprietor of Shamrock International School.
Church leaders led in the prayer for the government, churches in Nagaland, business community and entrepreneurs, frontline workers including the police and security forces, youth and all citizens of Dimapur.
The programme concluded with a challenge to the churches to awake and seize the God given opportunity for a season of ‘Great harvest of souls’ and a call to all Naga political groups for reconciliation, restitution and forgiveness from God upon Dimapur and Nagaland.