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Dimapur, June 26: Hope Café & Bakery, Dimapur led by its co-proprietor and an alumna of LFHSS, Vilivi S. Swu visited and spend some quality time with the students and mentors at the Sunday Chapel service at Livingstone Foundation Hr. Sec. School on June 24.
The chapel service was led by Awie Katiry of Grade XII as the leader while the main speaker was Vilivi Swu of Hope Cafe who shared her life’s experiences and God’s word to the gathering.
During the brief service, the six deaf and mute team mates of Hope Café rendered a couple of songs using only sign language. They also recited verses from the Holy Bible using sign language and also presented their testimonies.
The team from Hope Café was earlier felicitated by Nisheli Edwards, co-administrator of LFHSS and Ani Yepthomi, Director of Jr. High with a certificate of appreciation and framed memorabilia as token of remembrance and gratitude.
Speaking on behalf of the school Andrew Ahoto, chairman of LFHSS thanked Vilivi and her team mates for enlightening the Stonites with their testimonies of courage and devotion towards God and their profession. (Page News Service)