Christian behaviour urged


STUDENTS of a church agency school in Port Moresby have been urged to developed Christian ethics to be successful men and women.
“Refrain from bad attitudes and develop a good Christian character in order to succeed in life,” guest speaker Pr Louise Yogolu told the Institute of Christian Academy students at its 7-Mile Kennedy campus last Thursday.
According to a press statement, the week-long revival was to encourage good Christian behaviour within the school and in their homes and communities.
It said the revival service also helped encourage and strengthen the students in their spiritual journey with the Lord.
It (revival) is a quarterly event that is hosted by one of the four campuses of the Institute of Christian Academy.
According to a press statement, students from pre-school to grade 12 from the four campuses in Port Moresby participated in the wee-k-long revival service.
Another guest speaker to the
revival service was Pr David Harau.
ICA director Tobias Nangunduo thanked the students for being attentive to God’s Word.
“ICA wants to be a school of excellence and to be able to set a good example for other schools and students to follow,” he said.
The revival service is an annual event that the ICA administration hosts for its students, staff and teachers.