Monday, February 6, 2023

NCRCYF general conference concludes

Correspondent
The three-day Nagaland Christian Revival Church Youth Fellowship (NCRCYF) general conference held on the theme, “rise and shine”, came to an end on Sunday at Longkhum village, Mokokchung district.
The speaker of the closing service was principal, Hope Institute of Theology Sovima (HITS), pastor Zhau Sanchu.
Exhorting the congregation, the pastor said that there should be maximum joy in the presence of the Lord and that coming to God was the first step of revival.
Citing from the book of Kings, he said that believers were unable to turn away from their wicked ways and that “seeking God wholeheartedly with repentance brings revival”.
Urging the youth to break the hard grounds, he preached that one should be submissive to the Lord for Him to have their hard grounds broken and to be renewed again.
“If we identify where we need to be broken, then God will start something new in your life”, the pastor stated.
The evening service was led by mission secretary, Nagaland Christian Revival Church Youth Fellowship, Kedolhoulie Solo, hymn was led by Reuben Chophy with pianist Vekholü Swuro.
Special songs were presented by Pochury NCRCYF and Phom NCRCYF, scripture reading by Kezha while the choirs were Chakhesang CRCYA and Angami CRYA.
Later, vote of thanks was proposed by advisor NCRCYF, Hosehto Awomi. Commissioning of new team of office bearers was conducted by Rev. Dr. Vevozo Khamo. The new team would be led by Moakum as president, Kuosüto Tetseo as vice president zone-I, Nyanha Konyak as vice president zone-II and Reuben Chophy as vice president zone-III, Kekhriesetuo Neikha as general secretary along with eight other members.
The three-day general conference was hosted by NCRC Mokokchung Division Youth Fellowship (NCRCMDYF) with Rev. D. Vangpong Phom as one of the speakers, CRC Tsiepfütsiepfhe, Kohima as praise and worship team, Angami CRYA, NCRC Sumi Youth Fellowship, Chakhesang CRCYF and NCRCMDYF as choirs.
Earlier, seminar and business hour were also conducted.

SourceNPN
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