By Esau J. Farr
The National Baptist Youth Council ( NBYC) has donated assorted medical supplies to its mother organization, the Association of Regular Soul Winning Baptist Churches in Liberia.
The items include, D-5 Rangers, gloves and other essential drugs amongst others. The items were made available for the NBYC by a member of the group, Moses Gutor, but was later turned over to the mother organization to be used in the Baptist Soul Winning Clinic to save lives.
Making the presentation of the supplies to the Council, Gutor, one of the old members of the council said he was impressed with the level of works done so far under the leadership of the council President, Mondeyesco N. Y. Tulorgbo and his able lieutenants and thought it was his way of identifying with the group after staying away for some time now.
“Sometimes we are far away from you people, but it does not mean that our hearts are away from you in totality. We started this organization and so when I heard that you people were coming here, I decided to present this parcel of medical supply to help treat our people because if you are well, you can be free to serve your God,” Moses said.
Receiving the donation from Gutor, NBYC President, Tulorgbo thanked Gutor for his farsightedness and promised that the items will be used wisely.
Tulorgbo later turned over the carton of medical supplies to Soul Winning Vice President, Rev. John K. Kollie, II for onward presentation to the Soul Winning Clinic to save lives.
The items were recently escorted to the Baptist Soul Winning Clinic where staffers of the clinic gladly received it from NBYC Vice President, Gondai K. Seton, on behalf of Soul Winning Conference President, Pastor John F. Tuankan, Sr.
The donation is one of several donations that have been made to the parent body by the NBYC in recent years.
The youth organization has been a regular contributor to the work of the clinic and the construction of the Baptist Soul Winning Conference Technical High School in Gbarnga, Bong County both physically and financially.
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