Four Square hosts national conference in Moresby

Faith

THE Four Square Gospel Church is hosting its national youth conference in Port Moresby this week, with young people coming from throughout the country, the Solomon Islands and the United States.
The conference started on Monday with a ‘Holy March’ from Unage Oval to the Sir John Guise Indoor Stadium where the official opening took place.
“The youths have marched and declared our nation’s capital and PNG as God’s nation once again to remind ourselves that this country and its people belong to God alone,” said National youth director pastor Luke Sopane.
“We don’t belong to ourselves nor do we belong to this country, but we all belong to God and it is very important that government and churches continue to encourage our young people to follow and live in Christ all the time.”
He said for young people to become useful citizens and live a life that was pleasing to God and people, they need to abide by God’s word.
“And one avenue the Four Square Church engages itself in is to bring all youths in the country together is the national youth conference after every two years,” Sopane said.
“Recently, it was being changed to every three years during the 10th national youth conference in Chimbu in 2015, and the conference here in Port Moresby is the first after three years.”
The week-long conference ends today.
Simbu Governor Michael Dua allocated K200,000 to Four Square Youth in Chimbu and paid return airfares to Port Moresby including accommodation for their youths.

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