Conference aims to instil good character, values among young people

Faith

By PETER ESILA
A YOUTH conference organised by the Mustard Seed Chapel International in Port Moresby last week aimed to instil passion in youths to do the “things of God”.
Nearly 500 youths attended the three-day event which ended on Saturday.
Mustard Seed Chapel International Sydney-based Bishop Kris Yemoh shared God’s word and joined by PNG Pastors Fraternal president Rev Joseph Walters and Rev Tony Dalaka of the Assembly of God church.
Yemoh said people had strength in different areas but one had to be strong in the things of God.
He said youths faced distractions such as music, sex, drinking, smoking and drugs. And they needed to be strong in the things of God to overcome the temptations of the devil.
He said wisdom could overcome a certain kind of strength, including the strength of the devil.
Dalaka spoke about understanding of the times and seasons and hearing the voice of God, seeking the face of God and to be more zealous in the house of God.
Walters spoke about defining yourself as an individual.

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