Leaders Can Only Succeed With Prayers – Clergy

Leaders Can Only Succeed With Prayers – Clergy


By Our Reporter

The General Secretary of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA)‎ Reverend Professor Samuel Kunhiyop has said that leaders at whatever level requires prayers for God’s wisdom and direction for them to succeed in their assignment and calling.

This is just as he averred that leadership at whatever level is a call to service and should be ‎done with commitment and fear of God.

He stated this at the weekend in his sermon at the send-forth of the outgoing District Church Council (DCC) Secretary Rev. Bitrus Habu Bamai and Treasurer Elder Habila Dogo Kyong, and installation of the incoming DCC secretary. Rev. Ahmed Zumunta Bashayi and Treasurer Elder Danladi Adams‎ in Kaduna.

He charged the incoming Secretary and Treasurer to discharge their duties with the fear of God while soliciting for prayers from the church for them to succeed.

To the outing Secretary and Treasurer, he commended them for their selfless service and prayed God to bless their future endeavours.

Earlier in his good will message, the DCC chairman who is also the resident pastor of the ECWA church, Lemu road, Rev. Yunusa Sabo Nmadu Jnr, venue of the send-forth and installation, welcomed the newly elected Secretary and Treasurer‎ to the vineyard of service.

He urged them to be prepared for the task ahead, stressing that the harvest is plentiful with few labourers, “the work ahead is enormous but God will see us through” he stated.

In their responses, the outgoing officials commended the church for the support and corporation according them during their tenure of service and solicited same for their successors.

On their part, the newly installed Secretary and Treasurer solicited for prayers and support from the church ‎now and always.

They also said, they will be open to all forms of constructive criticism that will help build the church particularly in the discharge of their duties.

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