By R Joyclyn Wea
The Bishop for the Mission of Today God’s Holy Church and Proprietor of Bishop P Manasseh Conto School of Health Sciences (BICSHES), Peter Manasseh Conto has cautioned Liberians to renew their minds noting that until their minds are developed, their conditions will not change.
Serving as Guest Speaker at program making the 1st Cycle Graduation Convocation of the BICSHES, Bishop Conto noted that it is not about changing President, but rather citizens renewing their minds that would bring about change of economic status.
Conto who contested the 2017 Presidential and Representative Elections but was unsuccessful claimed that every development on the earth takes place as the result of the mind as it is the world of great intervention on earth.
“We have transition and some of the people we complained of in the past regime are still in the government because of their mind and there is nothing we can do about it because these people have something that we need,” he added.
Conto indicated that when a man mind is developed, he becomes problem solver saying “We have changed regime what can you do to make it a better regime?”
He further cautioned citizens to do everything in their power in order to develop their minds noting that what you put in is what you get out adding “We are still celebrating people who have died because they developed their minds.”
The Liberian clergyman emphasized that if a person mind is developed, he or she does not seek employment but rather becomes employer.
“There is no cause for people to sit and complain about things are tough, of course things would continue to be tougher, but God gave you something that you can make living with which is your mind,” he disclosed.
Bishop Conto wants parents educate their children as it is the only thing that cannot be taken away from them till death
He however, cautioned the graduates to be ambassadors of the institution and to as well be problem solvers in their various communities with the knowledge acquired thereby transforming themselves and the society in which they live.
Conto warmed the graduates not to go beyond their limit by accepting cases which they are not trained to deal with.