BY SAMIE WAIKORI
A three days Youths Inter-Denominational Fellowship for youths in the Central Kwara’ae constituency was successfully completed at the Busurata School on Sunday.
The theme of the youth fellowship is “Young people are call to serve God” and the program was organized by community leaders as part of their leadership to serve youths in communities within Central Kwara’ae.
According to Malaita News, the fellowship program was officially opened with a parade from old mount Alasa’a Bible College.
Team leader of the program, Mr Paul Kabolo said the purpose of the program is to engage youths in worship programs and teachings that will encourage them to discover themselves in the Lord.
“It is time that we must come together and worship our God.
“We must teach our youths to worship God freely and not dwell on those denominations that will create barriers for us Christians,” Kabolo said.
He said activities during the three days program are mostly on religious messages as well as other important educational talks for the young people.
Kabolo said the program was first of its kind for youths from different denominations within the area to come together and be part of a youth Inter-denominational fellowship.
Youths attended program came from Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM), South Sea Evangelical Church (SSEC), and Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) communities within highlands of Central Kwara’ae.