Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – In a recent three-day district mini-conference held at the New Harvest Global Ministries (NHGM) Kono Central House of Gathering in Koidu City, spiritual leaders emphasized the importance of spiritual commitment and disciple-making. The theme, “Spread the Flame Everyone, Everywhere,” inspired by Matthew 28:18-19, guided the discussions aimed at fostering a strong, supportive Christian community.
Delivering a sermon during the thanksgiving service, Reverend John Luke Momoh, Education Director of NHGM and senior pastor in Bo city, urged pastors to prioritize their role as servants of God over financial gains and reminded the congregation of Jesus’ command to make disciples of all nations.
Expressing concern for deviations from biblical teachings, Rev. Momoh encouraged resilient living, kindness, faithfulness, and vigilance against false prophets.
During the district mini-conference, Rev. Thomas Kallay, the strategy coordinator, highlighted the purpose of the event. This, according to him, focuses on disciple-making, bringing back those who had left the Ministries, welcoming new converts, and planting churches in the district.
Members of the congregation expressed gratitude for the event and pledged to actively contribute to the theme by spreading the word of God. The key message of prioritizing spiritual commitment over financial gains struck a chord with attendees, who pledged to apply these principles in their lives.
As individuals face societal pressures and distractions, the call to be cautious of false prophets’ echoes, with the reminder that spiritual leaders can serve as examples by embodying biblical teachings in their actions and decisions. PSN/28/1/2024