Jubilee Choir presenting a song during the final day of the golden jubilee celebration of Evangelical Union (EU) of Kohima Science College, Jotsoma (KSCJ) on October 13. (Morung Photo)
Kohima | October 13
A two-day long golden jubilee celebration of Evangelical Union (EU) of Kohima Science College, Jotsoma (KSCJ) concluded today at the college auditorium under the theme “Jubilation to His faithfulness.”
Speaking at the 2nd session here today, Rev Bonny Resu, former general secretary, Asia Pacific Baptist Federation said that jubilee is a time of celebration as well as a time for introspection and reformation.
“It is a time for us to introspect” he said and challenged the gathering to move ahead with clear and wider vision.
He also stressed on the need to strengthen fellowship with God and also to develop spiritual discipline in life.
Professor Tali Alinger released the souvenir entitled “Yovel.”
Yanger Longkumer, former vice principal and KSCJ EU advisor also spoke on the occasion.
A message of Imie Lemtur, first president EUKSCJ was also read out on the occasion.
The service was chaired by Er Khoto Zetsuvi. Rev Dr Mechiehol Savi and Dr Viu Meru also prayed for the programme.
EU Choir Japfu Christian College, EU Choir Patkai Christian College and Jubilee choir presented special numbers.
“I am grateful to God for this ministry and His Grace and providence that has brought this ministry thus far. And as we reach this milestone, we remember the lives that have committed and served the Lord through this ministry. EU has been a platform that has witnessed God impacting the lives of many people. It has also been a training ground, where for many, who join young and fresh, go out trained, equipped and more matured. In him, this Ministry today continues to strive to bring lost souls, nurture and grow them,” penned Mongshai TM, president EUKSCJ in a souvenir.
Saji Easo, general secretary EUSI also penned, “In UESI, students, graduates and staff together play a unique role to bring transformation in the life of university students.”
He also prayed to God to bless EU, Kohima Science College students to raise more leaders who will impact the university, church and society.
“The holistic growth of the students of KSC has been possible only because of the persistent efforts and sacrifices made by the many individuals committed to bringing the youth to Christ through the Evangelical Union in the campus,” penned KSCJ principal Lily Sema.