-Elects New Leadership
Over hundreds of young people from the various branches of the Christian Revival Church Association (CRCA) based in Liberia, Sierra Lone and Guinea have ended their three days exhaustive youth conference at the Jungle Farm in Margibi County , where the church is currently constructing its own university.
This year’s CRCA youth conference was under the theme: ‘’Respecting Your Leaders’’.
At the just-ended youth symposium of the CRCA participants were given the opportunity at the occasion to review the constitution of the church and its vision to improve on its activities in West Africa in the coming years.
Basically, the just-ended youth conference of the CRCA was meant to address issues confronting the growth and development of the church, youth in Liberia, Sierra Lone and Guinea.
During the conference, youth leaders from the CRCA’s branches in West Africa presented reports covering CRCA’s youth activities in their respective areas.
Those elected as youth leaders of the Christian Revival Church Association (CRCA) are T. Ramsay Ballah, President; Prince Tellewoyan, Vice president; Patrick K. Flomo, Secretary; Dilton G. Flomo, Financial Secretary; Korto Gayflor, Chaplain and Armah Kiazolu, Sports Director.
They are elected for two years as national leaders of the CRCA. Speaking at their induction ceremony held on Sunday April 14, 2019, the newly elected youth leaders promised to work in the interest of the church.
Currently, members comprising the church’s youth are involved into self-developmental initiatives such as farming and other projects to support CRCA’s operations in Liberia, Sierra Lone and Guinea.
The keynote Speaker, Mr. Dickson Jurry, earlier told participants of the conference that there are more steps in learning as a youth. Jurry urged them not to be confronted with the pattern of this world but to remain focused in the obedience of God’s word.
His scripture was taken from the book of Roman 12: which indicated that Paul advice to Christians was separation from the things of this world as child of God.
Jurry told the youth to change their attitude and behaviors in order to get blessings from.
According to him, the only way to succeed in this life requires respecting their leaders and obeying God’s words. He stated that they must be the examples they wish of seeing as youth in society.
Providing more explanation on submission as a youth to your leaders, he added that submission is the best method to use in any success story of men’s life.
He said as ambassadors of Christ people would expect good behaviors from them as ambassadors.
The Keynote speaker at the conference spoke on wild range of issues confronting the wellbeing of youth empowerment but recommended respect to leaders and the oldest ones as the way forward in promotion to youth life.
The program was well attended by the Mission Director, Rev. Dennis Aggrey as well as some leaders of CRCA including youth members were all in attendance over the weekend at Jungle Farm.
Christian Revival Church Association (CRCA), is an indigenous and holistic church planning ministry in West Africa. It is growing fast and contributing immensely to the re-building and development process of Liberia, with emphasis on the rural areas.
The church currently has over one hundred and fifty churches and forty preaching points, twelve networks and is anticipated planting about six hundred more churches in West Africa. -TNR
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