Saturday, April 17, 2021
Nagaland

Fathers’ Camp underway at NPBCA Mission Centre

Kohima, October 17: The 3-day Fathers Camp on the theme, “Chose life so that you and your children may live” (Duet. 30:19) organized by the Men Fellowship Department of the Chakhesang Baptist Church Ministers’ Hill, Kohima (CBCMHK) got underway today here at the Nagaland Police Baptist Church Association (NPBCA) Mission Centre, Chumukedima, Dimapur.
According to a press statement issued by Media Committee of the camp, Rev. Dr. Vevo Phesao, Sr. Pastor, CBCMHK, shared the word of God on the opted theme, “Choose life, so that you and your children may live”.
There is a medicine to heal the sufferings of the fathers who were part of this camp, claimed Phesao and added that all those who believe the sufferings of Jesus Christ who died on the cross of Calvary shall receive the spirit of healings. He urged all campers to surrender their lives completely to God and go back home with a gift to a wife and children “one new humanity Christ”.
Addressing the fathers during introductory service of the first gospel session, Phesao said, a father has an enormous responsibility to shoulder upon the family where he said, family is the sole backbone of the civilised society.
He appealed to all fathers in the camp to take a decision before God and walk in the shadow of Jesus thereby making a society a difference with a good beginning at home.
Urging all campers to have a prayerful time in conscience and in reality he said God will bless upon all the campers in abundance and provide a new heart and soul through dedicative efforts in prayer and meditations.
The day 2 would include, 2 gospel sessions and 2 interactive sessions on the “Biblical understanding of fatherhood” “building healthy relationship in the family”, “motivating children to pursue value based education”, healthy diets and healthy recreation”, and “genuine spirituality and blessings for obedience”. Counselling and recreational activities will be part of the compulsory activities of the day.
Meanwhile, approximately 150 fathers were registered for the 3-day camp. The will culminate on October 19 next.
(Page News Service)

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