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Children Lead Service, Remember Christ’s ‘Triumphant Entry’

Children are pre­cious gift from God and “we should stop child abuse and negligence”.
16 Apr 2019 18:36
Children Lead Service, Remember Christ’s ‘Triumphant Entry’
Children-from-the-St-Christophers-Home-celebrating-Palm-Sunday-with-other-kids-from-the-community-at-the-St-Christophers-Anglican-Church-in-Nakasi.

Known as the “triumphant entry,” or “Palm Sunday”, it was celebrated at most Christian churches in Fiji yester­day.

At Mokani Methodist Church in Tailevu, more than 100 chil­dren took part in singing, drama, preaching and other items leading all the church service sessions.

Families also came from abroad to celebrate with their children in Mo­kani Village and witness their par­ticipation at one of the important dates in the Methodist calendar.

The children had been practising their items for the past two weeks with the help of eight Sunday School teachers.

Linda Vesitawale, a Sunday School teacher, thanked the par­ents and children for organising the event.

With the theme “Spiritual up­bringing of youths, Use of Infor­mation technology and Substance abuse”, Ms Vesitawale said it helped their children share and discuss the issues of drugs and challenges of new technologies and the solutions to the problems caused.

Also commenting on the theme, Camare Delai, a parent, said that it was an eye opener for most of the parents. “We should have more family time with our children and supervise them on the use of new technologies”.

She added that children are pre­cious gift from God and “we should stop child abuse and negligence”.

Edited by Percy Kean

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