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The Bishop of the Tabernacle of Praise Church International based in North Carolina, the United States of America urges young people in Liberia to engender a spirit of self-confidence and self-esteem if they should achieve their goals.


Addressing the 2nd National Youth and Young Adult Summit of the Tabernacle of Praise Association of Churches and the Kingdom Covenant Ministries International at the Christ Missionary Assembly in the Monrovia suburb of Duala, Bushrod Island, Bishop Alfred Jackson encourages young people not to settle for second best regardless of their current situation.

He admonishes young Liberians to strive for excellence even in difficult situations and times in order to achieve their desire goals, noting “Everyone in his or her lifetime faces challenges and difficulties.”

For his part, the Bishop of the Tabernacle of Praise Association of Churches here, Jackson Weah, calls on parents to instill discipline and other morals in their children to enable them to positively impact the society. “Parents are to build a sense of morality in their children”, he stresses.

Bishop Weah also admonishes parents and guardians to motivate children in developing their full potentials.Meanwhile, the National Director for the Youth and Young Adult Ministry, Amos Sawboh says the Youth Summit, which is aimed at providing mentorship to young people of the ministry will help them make positive life’s decisions.

Sawboh calls on his fellow youths to practicalize whatever mentorship impacted into them during the week-long summit in order to positively impact the church, community and society.

–Editing by Jonathan Browne

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