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MBCK observes first drivers’ day

By EMN Updated: Apr 22, 2024 8:36 pm
The congregation praying during the first drivers’ day in Kohima.

DIMAPUR — The Mao Baptist Church, Kohima (MBCK), observed the first drivers’ day for the Mao drivers residing in and around Kohima.

The chairman of the deacon board, Ashikho Daili, read out the church declaration of drivers’ day, where the third Sunday of every April was declared as drivers’ day, an update stated.

He also read out the significance of why the church felt a need to dedicate a day to drivers. He said observance of the day would help drivers to come closer to God and enrich their spiritual well being, help in improving their church attendance and building relationships with God and with society, improve hygiene, lead a clean, peaceful life without alcohol and other intoxicating substances and become responsible drivers.

MBCK pastor K Robvii, along with the deacon board, held a special prayer for the drivers. The pastor, in his message, appreciated and recognised the drivers for their service and emphasised four key areas – alcoholism and driving, discipline while on duty, mental alertness and a driver’s mission on the road.

“In summary, the Drivers’ Day at MBCK serves as an opportunity to appreciate drivers for their service and also to impart valuable insights and guidance to enhance their professionalism, promote safer driving practices and also build relationships with God,” the update stated.

By EMN Updated: Apr 22, 2024 8:36:39 pm
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