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Pastor reaches out to parents

Atasa Moceituba
Saturday, August 23, 2014

A SENIOR pastor has reminded parents about the importance of instilling godly values in the lives of their children.

And according to the New Methodist Christian Fellowship general superintendent Atunaisa Vulaono, young people are to be reminded to seek the Lord diligently.

He made the comments during the Central Division's one week rally in Suva yesterday.

Mr Vulaono said the program focused on youth conqueror, women in faith, be a man and couples retreat.

"All congregations enjoyed activities that caters for all ages and is empowering to all our spiritual walk with the Lord," Mr Vulaono said.

He said they usually had their yearly event where all church members gathered and received spiritual increment.

"This year makes a difference as God has done miraculous things in the ministry and all are seeing God's favour over all programs and activities."

Mr Vulaono said the 23 zones in the Central Division were encouraged to live a life of integrity and be a genuine Fijian for the nation.

"We pray for leaders with integrity having solid families and fairness to all races and people."


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