The Sanctity of Sunday and Monday Morning Worship

Rev. Dr. Chekrovei Cho-o Prologue: “Sunday Closure” in Dimapur has been a topic of debate as well as a matter of practical confusion among the Christians without any concrete conclusion thus far. This article is not a solution either but a humble attempt to throw in further light on the issue towards a better understanding […]

EASTER – THE POWER OF POWERLESS

Rev. Dr. WatiLongchar Easter is a day of great jubilation and it is the most important event in the Christian calendar. It is the day when God in Christ decisively revealed that in Jesus we have become conquerors in our battle against sin, death and evil. From the eyes of the world, Jesus was a […]

Sabbath and Sunday

Rev. Dr. Ezamo Murry Each of these two holy days is important to the two Judeo – Christian faiths – Judaism and Christianity. The command to observe Sabbath is one of the Decalogue. It was given as a day of complete rest, a day of no work and no travelling. It was to make the […]

Sunday for the Health Professionals

Dr. Viu Meru “And on the seventh day God ended His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had done. Then God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, because in it He rested from all His work which God had created and made” […]

Sabbath and Sunday- What did the Early Christians observe?

Zavi-i Nisa Galho, the Angami delicacy known to many is a stew. Originally, a vegetable stew, where Ga means vegetables and lho means cooked or cooking. In present times, this delicacy- Galho has been modified in varied ways by people according to their own tastes, yet they still give the name Galho. The interpretation of […]

Sabbath and Ten Commandments

Dr. Sashipokim Jamir OTS, Dimapur Introduction: Tom Peters writes, “If you’re not confused, you’re not paying attention” (Peters, 1987).1 In recent times, Nagas have been going through some sort of confusion or perhaps, should I say paying attention over the issue of observing Sabbath (or Sunday) in our context. This confusion actually is not bad […]

The Promise to send 10,000 missionaries to world missions

The Promise to send 10,000 missionaries to world missions

Rev. Alemmeren, missionary speaking at the launching of the GO Movement held at Dimapur from October 4 to 7, 2018.   Sinai Ministry The Nagaland Baptist Churches Council (NBCC) during a conference held at Pfütsero, Phek district made a covenant to send 10,000 missionaries to the world missions. It was in the year 1977.   […]

Senior citizens, the harbingers of faith prayers in Nagaland

Praying for the sick   Imna Imchen Silas Care Centre, Signal Phom junction; Dimapur   The power of faith prayers, which we have witnessed over the past century is losing its popularity and it is being replaced by a more systematic and theologically correct prayers. However, one cannot deny the power of faith prayers of […]

LEAD JUDGMENT TO VICTORY

LEAD JUDGMENT TO VICTORY

Jordan Pyle A bruised reed shall he not break, and smoking flax shall he not quench, till he send forth judgment unto victory. Matthew 12:20   A conversation with JORDAN PYLE and COLIN MACINTYRE   COLIN: Let’s do it. How do you see Justice? JORDAN: The prevailing concept of Justice in the world today is […]

106 year old mission hospital continues to serve

106 year old mission hospital continues to serve

Front view of the Impur Christian Hospital.   June 3, 2018 is Impur Christian Hospital Sunday Medical team treating a patient at ICH.   Morung Express Feature Impur Christian Hospital (ICH) Impur Christian Hospital (ICH), the oldest Mission Hospital in Nagaland, was established as a charitable dispensary in 1912 by American missionaries with Dr. James […]

Mother the homemaker

Hopeson Souvei Kade According to the Oxford Dictionary, a Homemaker/ housewife is a married woman, whose main occupation is caring for her family, managing household affairs, and doing housework.   Cambridge dictionary define mother as 1) a female parents 2) the title of a woman who is in charge of, or who has high rank […]

‘Not to be ministered unto but to minister’

‘Not to be ministered unto but to minister’

In this file photo, the founder of Christian Medical College, Vellore Dr. Ida Sophia Scudder (1870-1960) is seen interacting with some of her students. (Picture Courtesy: Christian Medical College Vellore, http://www.cmch-vellore.edu/Home.aspx).   Christian Medical College, Vellore attains 100 years of healing mission Dr. Ida Sophia Scudder (1870-1960)   Morung Express Feature “Doctors need a sharp […]

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