The 48th National Convention of the St. Paul Pentecostal Christian Foundation Church of Liberia, Inc. is expected to end this Sunday, November 17, 2019 with the departure of delegates.
By Esau J. Farr
The church which was established in the earliest 1980s formerly known as ‘The Holy Ghost Church’ in Bong County has now spread its branches in Bong, Montserrado and Grand Bassa Counties.
This year’s convention is being held with the Grace Temple branch of the church in Wood-Camp, Paynesville City with Pastor Numi Sumo as host pastor of the convention.
Speaking in an interview with this paper Thursday, November 14, 2019 via telephone conversation, one of the convention speakers, Anka K. Sumo, said that the conference was being held in Monrovia to teach young people how to allow their light to show a difference in whatever they do.
The convention is being held under the theme, “Let your light show a difference with text taken from Romans 12:2.
According to a dispatch from the venue, more than 30 churches are expected to be in attendance at the ongoing convention.
The convention is comprised of 35 temples (local church groups) within four districts covering Montserrado, Bong and Grand Bassa Counties.
It is expected that the Wood Camp Paynesville City area will be evangelized aimed at winning lost souls to Christ Jesus, the driver of the Christian faith.
Already, several speakers have arrived at the venue of the convention (St. Paul Grace Temple) to grace the occasion while at the same time waging spiritual wars against the Devil and his followers.
Amongst them are; Pastor David Y. Queminee (Pastor-in-charge, St. Paul Grace Temple), Pastor Numi Sumo (Convention host), Pastor Olah N. Farr (Todee branch), Anka K. Sumo, Franklin P. S. Kollie and Amos D. Sumo, Jr.
Since Tuesday, November 12, 2019, delegates have continued to arrive as the convention is expected to officially come to an end on Sunday, November 17, 2019.
The next venue of the convention is yet to be disclosed.TNR
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