• NBCC cautions against 'cult' from China
    Kohima, August 20 (MExN): Against the backdrop of rising concerns regarding a certain ‘Church of Almighty God’ or Lightning cult from China, the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) has issued a cautionary notice on August 20. A statement from Rev Dr Zelhou Keyho, General Secretary NBCC stated that a cult, called the Church of Almighty God from China was “reportedly making inroads into our land.” “The Church of Almighty God or Eastern Lightning cul
  • ‘Must do everything to support health workers’: NBCC
    Kohima, August 8 (MExN): The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) on Saturday came out in support of the health workers in the state, saying that we must do everything to support them. A press release from Rev Dr Zelhou Keyho, General Secretary NBCC, expressed belief that the church’s collaboration with the government and all other stakeholders in the state has been pivotal in sustaining the fight against COVID-19 pandemic so far.  “And in as much as we pray fo
  • NBCC conducts Youth Week and Youth Sunday
    KOHIMA, JULY 6 (MExN): The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) observed its Youth Week and Youth Sunday from July 1 to 5 under the theme ‘Stronger Together.’ A press release from the NBCC informed that it has 1,661 local Churches with 2,12,307 youth members. Due to pandemic, the NBCC Youth Week & Youth Sunday/Youth Day of Prayer was observed differently this year. An essay competition was conducted on the topic ‘God in a pandemic.’ The best three ess
  • NBCC asks govt to develop ‘responsive mechanism’
    Dimapur, May 29 (MExN): The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) today put across the need for the government to take all stakeholders into confidence and develop a ‘responsive mechanism’ to combat the pandemic collectively. In a press release issued on May 29, NBCC General Secretary Rev Dr Zelhou Keyho expressed concern over the challenges arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic and stated that cooperation at all levels is paramount to promptly respond to the pandemic.
  • NBCC’s gift packages to quarantine centres in Kohima
    Our Correspondent Kohima | May 24  The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) today distributed gift packages to two quarantine centres at K. Badze, Kohima and Meriema. The package included prayer letters from NBCC, NBCC news letter, Gideon Bible, face mask, basic needs like tooth brush, paste, soap, toilet rolls, chocolates, biscuits, juice, etc. The team handed over the packages to the concerned authority at the gate of the quarantine centres and shared a word of
  • NBCC urged to deliberate on NLTP Act
    DIMAPUR, FEBRUARY 25 (MExN): While extending full support to the Dimapur Naga Students Union (DNSU) on their stand against the rampant sale of illegal liquor in Dimapur despite a liquor prohibition act in place, the Naga Tribal Union Chümoukedima Town (NTUCT) has called out to the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) to call for a serious deliberation involving all stake holders on the issue.  In a press statement on Tuesday, NTUCT urged the NBCC to call for a serious deli
  • 14,299 missionaries and evangelists already part of Great Commission: NBCC
    Participants during the 83rd Annual General Council held under the theme “Stronger Together” from January 30 to February 2 at Tening Nam Baptist Phumling. (Photo Courtesy: NBCC))   Resolves to pray for Coronavirus, Naga Political Solution    Dimapur, February 5 (MExN): The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) and its affiliated associations so far have sent 14,299 missionaries and evangelist while another 1, 56,238 volunteers were involved in the Great Co
  • Church orgs pray for peaceful outcome to talks
    The 25-member Nagaland Baptist Churches Council delegation led by its president and general secretary during their prayer meeting with the Chairman of NSCN (IM) Q Tuccu and other leaders on October 21.     DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 22 (MExN): Several Church organizations have called for the Naga people to pray for a peaceful outcome from the Indo-Naga political talks.    The Fellowship of Naga Baptist Association (FNBA) issued a press release appealing to