Fathers called to bring peace and comfort

Fathers called to bring peace and comfort
Participants during the father’s camp held under Men Ministry of the Chakhesang Baptist Church Kohima at Mount Tabor.


Chakhesang Baptist Church Kohima Father’s Camp concludes


Our Correspondent
Kohima | June 10


A three day long father’s camp under Men Ministry of the Chakhesang Baptist Church Kohima concluded here today at Mount Tabor under the theme “Let us build our home.”


Speaking on the topic “A father for all seasons,” today, Rev. Khrotso Mero challenged the campers (fathers) to lead the family towards the right direction and build a prosperous family. He also called upon the campers (fathers) to bring peace and comfort in turbulent times.


Rev. Mero asked them to play positive role in checking and correcting the social imbalance in the society.


He also called upon campers (fathers) to be diligent and take utmost care of the family, for he is the manager and planner of the family.
Your affection and goodwill service is highly require not only within family but the society as a whole, he said and asked the campers to be a good father and also be like a giant tree so that the entire family members and the society can enjoy its fruit.


Be a man of honesty and integrity, he told the campers and at the same time asked them to be a worthy father to bring better relationship, better understanding and happiness within the family.


Other speakers of the three day long camp included Rev. Dr. Kevekhalo Lasuh, Athono Rhakho, Rothihii Tetseo, Niehiisa Nakro, Jolayi Nienu, Rev. Vezopa Rhakho, Dr. Vetso Koza, Neikhwezii Venuh and Dr. Chothayi Nienu.
They touched on the topics “Let us build our home,” “Becoming a Godly father,” “Marks of a Godly father,” “A disciplined father,” “The true joy” and “Family altar,” “Fathering God’s way,” “Children education,” and “Health awareness.”


Earlier, camp adjutant Lhiivesayi Lohe read out the report of the camp while vote of thanks was proposed by Rev. Dr. Kevekhalo Lasuh.


The camp was conducted successfully under the camp director Zhopota Rhakho.


The camp registered 120 campers (fathers). They were touched by the word of God and blessed.