True Leaders are first born into Families — Bishop Isong

By Ene Asuquo 

General Overseer and Founder of Christian Central Chapel Int’l CCCI  Calabar, Bishop Dr Gospel Emmah Isong has said that societies rise and fall based on the Precepts of  ideal family relationships.

The clergyman  made the remàrks While delivering his massage to mark the second edition activities  of Africa Spiritual Day celebration at the church auditorium in Calabar which was transmitted live in 54 countries in Africa and 133 Nations across the globe through zoom

Speaking on  Ideal Family Relationships the clergy man stated that human family is superior to religions, constitutions stressing that it’s the reason why the devil (Satan) made the family his target.

 Bishop Isong who spoke on the theme, “Abasi akara, meaning God rules noted that families  were created long before religion  stressing that no religion is superior to the family legion.

In his words;”no Nation is superior to the family generation, no television is higher than the family vision and no country’s constitution surpasses the family’s righteous indoctrination”, noting that great societies rise and fall on the precept of the ideal family relationship.

The cleric maintained that  true blessings of God run through the families adding that true nations are built around the family values and nothing else.

In his words,” true leaders are first born into families, true love, friendships, fellowships and partnerships are first expressed in families, no wonder Satan’s greatest target is the family”.

He averred  that every one walking on  earth  was born into either a joyful or a broken home adding that  somewhere,  his or her home training in turn impacts on  the society positively or negatively.

“As  we gather today to pray for true unity and peace in our World, it is important to remind our policy makers in the United Nations, African Union or any particular nation to ensure a solid legal framework that will protect the rights of the weak and vulnerable in the society especially the women and the girl child”,The cleric stressed.

The ceremony was rounded off with speeches delivered through the zoom by  erudite scholars who includes,  Imboni, Dr. uZwi-Lezwe Radebe, IAPD-Africa Chairman and founder of The Revelation Spiritual Home; El Hadj Habib Kane, Director of Religious Affairs, Mali; Father Louison Emerick Bissila Mbila, Chaplain at AU from Ethiopia and  Venerable Dr Ilukpitiye Panasekara, Chief Monk Buddhist, Tanzania.

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