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Church Focuses On Missions

The weeklong 26th Christian Mission Fellowship International Conference at the World Harvest Centre in Kinoya will be focusing on the continents of the world where their missionaries will be reporting
25 Apr 2016 09:56
Church Focuses On Missions
World Harvest Centre choir. Photo: PAULINI RATULAILAI.

The weeklong 26th Christian Mission Fellowship International Conference at the World Harvest Centre in Kinoya will be focusing on the continents of the world where their missionaries will be reporting back on their work on the ground.

World Harvest Broadcasting Network manager Fauoro Titifanua said missionaries from the Kinoya church were located all over the globe with churches planted in several nations in the continent of Africa.

“These continents we are focusing on are mostly places where our missionaries are serving; we have got some of our missionaries with us at this conference, some have served in Kenya, Tanzania, Cambodia and Madagascar,” Ms Titifanua said.

The conference opened last night with an attendance of more than 3000 people, where the church is urging people to join the church and be involved in their missionary programme.

“People are encouraged to join us as we try to spread the Gospel around the nation and every part of the world; come and hear the word of God; maybe this can help you find the solutions to problems that some of you are facing,” Ms Titifanua said.

The church was also focusing on youths to get back on the right path, she said.

“We also have programmes to cater for our youths and we are encouraging them to come join us; most of our young people are caught up in activities that have led them to fall out of God’s grace; our programmes are designed to lead you to the right path,” she said.

“In this world we live; it is important that we attend these kinds of gatherings, so that we get closer to God.”

The church also launched a new gospel compact disc which is titled “In Your Presence” .

Ms Titifanua said the church would be focusing on a particular continent every night as part of their theme.

 

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

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