Monday, November 28, 2022

SBAK celebrates 75 years of ‘mission history’

Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Kuqhakulu (Nito Mount) Wednesday celebrated 75 years of “mission history” at Sumi Baptist Church Zunheboto.
Speaking at the programme, Agriculture Production Commissioner (APC) Nagaland Y.Kikheto Sema said that it was God’s plan that Nagas embraced Christianity and in the midst of the influence of other religions, the coming of American Missionaries to the land of the Nagas was a destiny charted by God.
Stating that Christianity and mission outreach has reached “maturity”, he said the mission had given the Nagas an opportunity to venture into the Burmese lands and could spread the Gospel to the Burmese Nagas. The APC also said that Nagas were able to spread the love of Christ to non-believers in Nepal and Arunachal Pradesh. He, however, said that the mission should not only focus on other people alone but Nagas should plan their mission for the sake of their future generation taking the advantages that circumstances had provided.
He emphasized on the concept of planning and building a new Nagaland with peace and prosperity. Earlier, a monolith to commemorate the celebration was unveiled by SBAK Nito Mount executive secretary, Rev.Hukugha Zhimo; Mission Promoter, Nagaland Mission Movement, Rev.Kiyevi Awomi, pronounced the jubilee prayer while director, SBC, Rev.Dr. Khehovi.A Shohe delivered the word of God at the programme.

Must Read