Hope Tabernacle Ends Annual Conference, Calls on Members to Expand the Work of God

Mrs. Nancy K. Goodloe calls on church members to expand the work of God

By Jallah Amoson

The Hope Tabernacle Evangelistic Ministries International recently ended its second 6-day annual conference with a call to its members to re-awaken the minds of God’s people and strengthen the work of the Lord.

The conference was held under the theme: ‘Rebuilding the foundation of the church’ (with Bible text Nehemiah 2:5).

Speaking to reporters at the end of the program in Logan Town, Lower Johnsonville, Montserrado County, Friday, March 30, the conference administrator, Mrs. Nancy K. Goodloe of the United States, said the annual conference was intended to reawaken the minds of God’s people in the local church to strengthen the work of the Lord.

She added that it would help members to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ that could transform the lives of those who listen and obey what it says.

Mrs. Goodloe emphasized that “no one comes before God and leaves without a blessing and positive change in his or her life.”

She noted that the coming together of God’s people for six days and participating in positive and godly events bring him glory and honor.

Mrs. Goodloe, therefore, called on God’s people to carry out the door to door evangelism in order to win more souls into the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.

She said no matter the condition that anyone faces in life there is always hope that God can make a positive change that can bring out the best.

Mrs. Goodloe called on Liberians to do away with their differences and focus on the Lord who is the author and finisher of the world.


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