Liberian prelate rev. Dr. Laurence K. Bropleh has told worshippers at the E. Jonathan Goodridge Memorial United Methodist Church in Gardnerville that Christians, in their humility should consider others better than themselves and look after the interest of others the same way they care for theirs.
Serving as Guest Preacher Sunday, 16 March during the church’s Young Adult Fellowship program, Rev, Dr. Bropleh said challenged the leadership of the Young Adult Fellowship to learn to serve the present age because it is killing the vision of Liberia.
Dr. Bropleh, a former Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism, observed that that most people in Liberia today pay key attention on removing others from their jobs than keeping themselves busy on their present work.
Taking from Philippians 2:3-8, he said Paul spoke highly of humility and therefore, urged the young adults to learn how to serve rather than to be served. According to him, Paul’s letter to the Philippians also emphasized that Christians should always cultivate Christ-like attitude in their lives.
He the lack of humility is affecting the entire country from the President to the market women, adding that his “Changing Mind; Changing Attitude” campaign has achieved great impact in the country, expressing optimism that it will take over the whole country one day.