Delivering the key note address on the “works of Jesus Christ” Moses Jube Koroma explained about the Christian race and attribute of a good Christian in doing God’s Works, he further thanked the National Choir executive for brining choirs together to train their minds and make them knowledgeable about their roles and responsibility in and outside the Church
He said after Superintendents, Reverend, Elders are the Choir members so they should be ready to serve the church in various capacity at all time, pointing out that some of the Pastor, Reverend and Elders went through the choir store.
The assistant Bishop Rev. Benjamin said the Pentecostal Mission must create the platform for young people and adults that are ready to learn as well as empowering them with tools that will make them empower and knowledgeable for the sustainable growth among the branches across the country.
Rev. Mary S. Kamara stated the roles of the choir in the church as she mentioned four Roles: Liturgical roles, Musical roles, Outreach and Biblical, adding that members in the choir group should take their time to be spiritually focus in the process of executing their numerous duties in the church.
Buya Kamara who spoke on the topic Women’s empowerment for sustainable development of the church, she said women’s should be educated to enhance better living standard in the home, she further encouraged women’s to take the lead when it comes to leadership roles at home, mission and church by empowering themselves in informal and formal institution like business, education, vocational training, economic mind and network building.