NCFSK organizes Summer Camp at Seoul City

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Dimapur, July 10: The Naga Christian Fellowship of South Korea (NCFSK) has come together for a colorful and thrilling Summer Camp from June 24 to 26 at Seoul City, Gupabal, Seokwang Church on the theme “Rekindle First Love.” The Speakers for this special event were Dr. Tasoni Moon and Dr. Akum Ozukum.
Dr. Moon spoke on the topic, “Pressing towards the goal”. Sharing text from Philippians Chapter 3 Verses 2 to 14, Dr. Moon emphasized on the life of Paul the Apostle who lived a meaningful life with a single focus, and a determined purpose to follow and know Christ Jesus.
Stating that no hardship could ever contain or stop Paul from pursuing his zeal for the Lord, the speaker reminded the Naga students in Korea that running a good race for Christ Jesus required a lot of focus, perseverance and commitment to serve, and also urged upon the campers to strive for excellence and dedication .
Also, speaking on the topic, “Vision “, Dr. Ozukum said, “When we have no vision, we walk aimlessly, live carelessly and die shamefully,” adding “The poorest people are not the ones without money but it is the people who has no vision “. He exhorted the Campers to rekindle their passion for Christ and fulfill the purpose of God, saying, “Life stops when you stop dreaming, hope ends when you stop believing.” Sharing a text from Proverbs Chapter 29 Verse 18 that said, “Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth law, happy is he”, Dr.Ozukum urged upon the campers to have a firm vision with focus to serve the Lord as Christ Ambassadors.
The Naga Christian Fellowship South Korea expressed its sincere gratitude to all the members who had participated in the memorable Summer Camp, and attributed its entire success to the incredible team and members, asserting that it was their participation that has made the program more meaningful, exciting and thrilling. Above all, the NCFSK thanked God Almighty for the bountiful blessings that has strengthened each of them with a purpose to carry on even in a foreign land for the glory of God. (Page News Service)