As the Presbyterian Students Fellowship (PSF) celebrates her 30 years of existence and campus ministry, the National Director of PSF, Rev. Rev. David Ama Kalu has charged students to focus on eternal issues.
“The year 2021 is a moment of glory as the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria celebrates her 175 years of witness and the Students Department of the Church in tertiary institutions, .
The Apex Leadership of the Presbyterian Church reserves a week yearly, in July for the Impact week of the Presbyterian Students Fellowship across all the Parishes. This has always been encouraging, inspiring, and rewarding. The one of 2021 runs from Wednesday 7th to Sunday 11th July, with the theme “Greater Glory”
The National Director of PSF, Very Rev. David Ama Kalu while praying for the Church and fellowship reminds God’s people that afflictions are temporary and should not diminish our faith or disillusion us. “Therefore, we should strive to be constantly charged in the spirit and focus more on eternal matters that carry glory which vastly outweighs our temporal experience. (2 Cor. 4:17)
He expressed the Directorate’s gratitude to the Prelate, His Eminence Nzie Nsi Eke, the Principal Clerk Most Rev. Dr. Miracle Ajah, the Deputy Clerk, Rt. Rev. Solomon Okoro, the General Assembly Accountant, Elder Dr. Effiong Edet, the BFO Chairman Rt. Rev. Daniel Etim, the BFO Secretary Rt. Rev. Dr. Ubong Eyo, the Moderators of the 10 Synods, Presbyterian Ministers, Parishioners, Leaders, and members of the fellowship at the National, Zonal Chapter and Alumni levels for their love, prayers, and support.
He encouraged everyone to attend the engaging weekly activities and use their talents to glorify God and serve humanity positively.