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Pesocha Baptist youth holds song fest

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Seen in the picture are judges of the song competition at the ongoing Pesocha Baptist youth conference cum song fest in Chüziema village.


Dimapur, Jan. 13 (EMN): A three-day 43rd conference cum song fest (Houzha mu Tsalinyi Va – 43) of the Pesocha Baptist Khriesarüü Krotho (PBKK) began on January 11 at Chüziema ground. The event is being hosted by Chüziema Baptist Church on the theme “Called and chosen” (2 Peter 1: 3- 15).

The conference cum songfest is a event of the PBKK held after every 4 years. It consisted of all youth from 32 Northern Angami Baptist Churches and one fellowship. The registration desk recorded 1026 delegates including church leaders, organisers and other individuals.

The speakers of the three-day programme are Rev. Tseibu Rutsa, president of Leaders for Christ International; Dr. Kethoser Kevichüsa, speaker of RZIM; Kehovi Tase, JBCC; and Ruokuoleü Seyie, associate pastor of Peraciezie Baptist Church. The praise and worship was led by Koinonia Baptist Church Youth praise team.

On January 12, Kehovi Tase, travelling pastor and field secretary of Japfüphiki Baptist Church Council, was the speaker in the morning service. He spoke on the theme “Where can I go from your Spirit” (Psalms139: 7).

The service was led by Kethovilie Sachü, PBKK vice president. The scripture was read by Vilakuo Mezhier, Rüsoma BKK. Special praises were presented by Ms Thejaneinuo Kiewhuo; Chedema BKK, Botsa BKK, Tuophema BKK, Chiecha Basa BKK and word recitation by Ziezou BKK. Rüguolie Haralu, PBKK president, shared the greetings.

In the second session, singing competition of choir and solo was conducted. The judges were Khrietuolie Sorhie, PBKK music secretary; Mrs Rheizetuoü Sorhie, PBKK assistant music secretary, Kenongol Tase, Japfüphiki BKK music secretary; Khriephreo Vimerha, CBKK music secretary; and Sedevikho Gwirie, NBKK music secretary.

The programme would culminate on January 13 with the worship service.

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