Archbishop Ibezim Rededicates Christian Men’s Fellowship Awka Diocese, Tasks Parents On Promotion Of Igbo Language

Archbishop Ibezim Rededicates Christian Men’s Fellowship Awka Diocese, Tasks Parents On Promotion Of Igbo Language

The Archbishop, Ecclesiastical Province of the Niger and Anglican Bishop of Awka Diocese, Most Reverend Alexander Ibezim has advised fathers to live a healthy spiritual lifestyle in the quest to lead their families aright.

Most Reverend Ibezim gave the advice at Saint Peters’ Anglican Church, Amawbia, Awka South Local Government Area, during a re-dedication service for members of the Christian Men’s Fellowship in Awka Diocese.

Correspondent Blessing Uchendu reports that according to Archbishop Ibezim, whose message centered on the theme of the re-dedication service” Christian Men are Prayer Warriors”, said it is important for fathers to build strong spiritual foundations for their families, without falling short of their parental responsibilities.

While charging religious heads to work more on improving the spiritual growth of their flock instead of placing more attention on materialism, Archbishop Ibezim urged parents to always communicate with their children in their mother tongue as part of measures to save the Igbo Language from extinction.

In a remark, the chaplain of the Christian Men’s fellowship in Awka Diocese and supervising priest of Amawbia Archdeaconry, Reverend Canon Vincent Nkemdilim, thanked Archbishop Ibezim for his fatherly support to members of the diocesan men’s fellowship, and charged fathers to be role models to their families and immediate society.

The President, Christian Men’s Fellowship in the Diocese, Sir Emmanuel Nwosu, the chairman of the Planning Committee, Chief Nathaniel Anigbo and President, Rotary Club of Awka, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Rotarian Abuchi Nwozor and Sir Mike Odumodu, charged fathers to maintain their positions as the pastors and prayer warriors of their various homes.

The service was attended by members of Christian Men’s Fellowship in all the eighteen Archdeaconries in the Anglican Diocese of Awka.

The President of the Women’s Ministry in Awka Diocese and Ecclesiastical Province of the Niger, Mrs. Chioma Ibezim, also attended the service that featured thanksgiving and special prayer for the spiritual growth of fathers by Most Reverend Ibezim, who also announced that the re-dedication of Men’s Fellowship would henceforth be an annual event in the diocese.

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