Be a living epistle, Primate’s wife tells women

Mrs Nkasiobi Okoh, the wife of the Primate, Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion and National President, Mothers’ Union/Women’s Guild of the church has urged women to be living epistles. She  said this while delivering her address at the 2018 Diocesan Women Conference of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) in Abuja.
The 19th annual conference of the Diocese of Abuja had the theme “Be a living epistle”.
Okoh also advised women to render service unto the Lord heartily and in accordance with His standard.
She reminded the women that God did not create anyone to be a liability and for this reason, everyone should discover and key into God’s purpose for her, being guided by His standard.
She, however stressed that every woman as a “Christian daughter, wife, mother and grandmother, you have roles to play at all levels”, stressing that being a Christian woman is a calling.
She said: “Do your work with passion and every sense of responsibility for we shall be accountable to the Lord.”
Okoh further charged the women to make God the ultimate goal of their service; employing all the good virtues God had endowed them with.
She implored the youths ahead of the 2019 general elections not to allow themselves to be used for election violence.
She reminded them of their obligations to their fatherland to actively participate in the elections.

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