Dimapur, July 14 (EMN): Christ For the City International-Nagaland (CFCI-N) conducted an art competition for the age group between 8 to 13 years on the theme ‘Stewardship of God’s creation’ on July 13 at its office located in NST colony, Dimapur.
The competition started with a welcome note and invocation prayer by Chonbenthung Ovung, coordinator CFCI-N. Al Ngullie, senior editor of Eastern Mirror was the theme speaker as well the judge of the event. Al Ngullie also gave away the prizes to the winners. The programme concluded with a note of thanks and prayer by Lima Longkumer, base director CFCI-N.
Emilo W Kithan won the first prize, while Changsang Sipong won the second prize and consolation prizes were won by C Ovungro Ovung, Azeno Nakhro , and Sunepchungla Jamir.
CFCI International office is located at Omaha, Nebraska. CFCI has been shaped by the Biblical mandate to reach the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Since 1995, CFCI has been an innovative leader in modern mission circles and has become a respected urban ministry and mission agency.
CFCI-N was first established in the year 2013. Since its inception and keeping true to its mission, CFCI-N has been working towards its goal of transforming cities by transforming lives.