By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi
The moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, Rev. Samuel Fonki in his message to the Christians on the 60th anniversary of the church, told Christians to “Be transformed transformers”, which is also the theme of the year.
“We should reflect on who we are as Presbyterians, where we stand in time of crisis and where we are heading to” the moderator proclaimed
He acknowledged the efforts and support of PCC partners both home and abroad for their immense and constant support in making the church grow.
Rt. Rev. Fonki Samuel noted in his message that with about 1500 congregations, 600 pastors and over 2 million Christians spread within Cameroon, Europe and South Africa; PCC is indeed proud and glad to be 60.
“God will give us hope in the midst of our adversaries, pain and tears. Let us keep trusting and believing in him for he will never fail. His promises shall come to past”, the moderator told Christians.
Celebrated around the national territory, Presbyterian Christians celebrated 60 years of the existence of the PCC.
At the Presbyterian Church Mutengene where Rev Enanga Pamela based her sermon on the theme “Be a reformed transformer” from the Prophet Isaiah chapter 62:6-8 & 10-12, she told the congregation that the church is a symbol of peace and justice.
Defining who a transformer is, the reverend said, a transformer in the literally sense means distributing lights to places where there is darkness.
“Transformation is all about change. So before you become a transformer, you should live a righteous life with Christ Jesus” she stated.
“At 60, the PCC has grown so big and we thank God almighty for everything. The signs of maturity at this age should be evident from our actions and what we do as a church. At 60 we are old enough to make our own decisions” the pastor continued.