27 February 2013

Liberia: Bishop Jargbo Calls for Unity

The Presiding Bishop of the United Church of God in Christ, INC has called for unity among members of the church in Liberia. According to Bishop Jeremiah Jargbo Sr. all members of the church need to work together for the advancement of the church in the country.

He explained that the 38th Annual holy Convocation of the United Church of God in Christ, Inc has being able to reconcile members of the church. He said that when the church is united, the development and progress will continues to move it forward in its development agenda.

The Bishop revealed that the church will embarked on a major agriculture project that would raise some funds to empower youths in the church.

He indicated that the church intents to send some youths abroad for further studies to equip them for the future church.

He disclosed that the church has setup a committee to review it's constitution which will ensure the elections of pastors by members of the church and the time frame of the bishop and pastor and their possible retirement.

Bishop Jargbo noted that the church's constitution does not have any time frame for the bishop operation in the church and the committee will be looking these issues as they review the constitution.

He reiterated that the church is committed to reconciliation, as it is the key to advance the nation development process forward.

Bishop Jargbo made the statement Sunday when the United Church of God in Christ, INC ended its 38th Annual Convocation at the victory Temple in Paynesville outside Monrovia.

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