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Naga women prayer convention concludes

Correspondent KOHIMA, FEB 19 (NPN)
Published on 19 Feb. 2017 11:03 PM IST
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With an objective to pray and know the will of God for the Nagas for the ongoing turmoil in Nagaland, a three-day convention was organised by Naga Shisha Hoho under the theme “consider and call for the mourning women”.    
Naga women prayer was held with representatives from around 20 Naga tribes conducted at Naga Shisha Hoho prayer centre Pruzie and concluded on Sunday.
Speaking on Sunday morning devotion, Professor Alongla Aier (English and communication) OTS Bade Dimapur shared about Prophet Micah from the Bible. She compared the present Naga social and political situations with the time of Micah.
She also encouraged womenfolk to know the will of God and to lead a righteous life in any situation. Professor Alongla also asked thousands of women congregation to build a right relationship with God so as to know His prefect will.
Professor Alongla also highlighted the mothers on the right upbringing of children for a healthy society. She also challenged the mothers to fight against corruption and to play a responsible role for positive changes in the society.
Advisor NWC, Sano Vamuzo, lamented that Nagas as Christians have not conducted themselves as followers of Christ. She challenged Naga women to be spiritual and fruitful and reminded them that they have great responsibility to play for God’s kingdom.
The programme was led Neizelie-ii Kire, Call of God ministry led the praise and worship, special song was presented by Ngukemezhie prayer group Kohima, Naga Shisha Hoho Pastor Vizokho led the congregation in Lord’s Supper. 
The convention was attended by more than 1200 women and men. The organizers informed that according to “God’s revelation,” women who participated in the convention have resolved to pray daily at 12 noon for the Nagas to send 10,000 missionaries.
Women association Chakhro NCRC president, Nini Sekhose and former women secretary CBCC Vesiizolii Tetseo were also speakers at the convention. 
KTBWU organizes prayer meeting 
A special prayer meeting was organized by Kohima Town Baptist Women Union initiated by NBCC women department in the state capital at various locations on Sunday afternoon. 
Hundreds of women from various churches participated in the prayer programme held at High School Junction, Old MLA junction, BOC junction and Lerie junction.  The womenfolk prayed for the God’s wisdom to intervene in this crucial situation so that peace and justice may prevail in the state.

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