The Zion Christian Fellowship Church located in World Bank Community, Kakata, Margibi County has scheduled the next phase of its popular and most attended program in Margibi, “Morning Glory” commences on Monday, March 30, 2015.
According to the chairman for the organizing committee, Emmanuel Foday, it starts on Monday, March 30, 2015 and ends April 4, 2015 at the Nancy B. Doe Sports grounds in Kakata under the theme, “Breaking your Limitation”.
Morning Glory is a praying festival that lasts for a week, beginning at 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. daily. It is held four times in a year.
The program brings together pastors, Church workers and citizens from various parts of the country.
The Church extended the last edition of the program to Weala for the first time since it started in Kakata four years ago.
The last edition of the program attracted over 3,000 worshippers from October 27- 1 November 2014. It was held under the theme, “The Spell Is Over.”
It is usually attended by over 2,5000 people, including lawmakers, and other local authorities in Margibi County as well as ordinary Liberians from Margibi, Bong and Montserrado counties, among others.
Speaking to reporters in Weala, Margibi County on October 29, 2014 at the Old Trafford Sports Pitch where the program was held. The Pastor of the Church, Rev. Payne Clarke, said the prayer service was taken to Weala through God’s directive.
According to him, he was still asking God through prayers why must the program be taken to the area.
He noted that when they had one of their meetings on the Nancy B. Doe Sports ground in Kakata, the Lord told him to take the next meeting to Weala.
Rev. Clarke added that many people have been delivered by God since the program started.
He also noted that from what he sees, the people of Weala need God as demonstrated by their presence.
Rev. Clarke further narrated that the program has been highly successful in the area.
Also speaking during the program, the Chairman of the organizing committee, Emmanuel Foday, said from the first day, things have been better and the third day had lots of increase in the spiritual aspect with testimonies coming from all corners.
He maintained that the program was successful in the Weala, Region.
Also commenting, the chairman recalled that the last edition of the program saw people from Gbarnga, Harbel, Kakata, Weala and other parts of Liberia.
He outlined the issue of transportation as major for them.
According to him, many people usually make their vehicles available to the Church to transport people, who come from far distances.
For his part, the President of the Salala Agriculture Workers Union or SAWU, Mr. Anthony Moses, said it is always good to be in the midst of other Christians, who are attending program of such to receive God’s blessings.
By Ramsey N. Singbeh, Jr. in Margibi