Monday, August 29, 2011

Christians unite in prayer


THE government's declaration of Aug 26 as National Repentance Day was fulfilled by Christians who gathered to pray for the country, The National reports.
Christians in the nation's capital gathered at the Rev Sioni Kami Memorial church in Gordon to take part in the National Repentance Day last Friday.
The programme included praise and worship, thanksgiving prayers by representatives of 20 provinces, national leaders' special prayer and repentance, church leaders and NGOs' special prayer and Bible readings.
Christians of all ages attended to take part in the prayer sessions, asking God to lead
the nation. 
Other prayer programmes were held at Badili, Kaugere, Sabama, Manu, Hohola, Tokarara, Waigani, Gerehu High School, the Jack Pidik oval and churches at 8-Mile, 9-Mile and 17-Mile.
The day saw many Christians repent and pray for good governance and a prosperous future for the nation

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