04 July 2021 by MATHEW AYOOLA
Deacon Victor Asade of First Baptist Church, Gwagwalada Abuja, wants christian youths to always be good ambassadors of their families towards ensuring the betterment of the society.
He made the call in his sermon to mark the 2021 Royal Ambassador Week of the Church in Gwagwalada Abuja.
In a sermon entitled “Divine Lifting”, Deacon Victor Asade also admonished them to be committed to the service of God to attract divine blessings in their endeavour.
Reading from the book of Esther chapter 10 & 11, the Baptist Deacon expressed concern over the attitude of some christian youths towards the gospel of Jesus Christ.
While identifying youths as critical stakeholders in nation’s building, Deacon Victor Asade advised them to always engage in positive ventures that would make them responsible citizens of Nigeria.
He stressed the need for them to shun acts detrimental to their success in life.
The Baptist Deacon equally admonished Government at all levels to put in place skills acquisition and empowerment programnes that would make the youths self reliant and reduce the rate of crimes in the society.
In a remark, the President of Royal Ambassador, Amazing Grace Baptist Association, Ambassador Peter Mobolaji said the R A Week was annual programme of the Nigerian Baptist Convention, NBC, to showcase the relevants and contributions of younger generation in the vineyard of God and entire Baptist family.
Ambassador Peter Mobolaji said the Royal Ambassadors of the Church had been undergoing various programmes and lectures that would make them good and productive vessels in the propagation of the gospel.
Highlights of the 2021 R A Week of the Church were match past, talk show, planet, presentation of gifts and prayers for Nigerian youths and the country in general.