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--Pastor Korto Brown

Liberians have been cautioned to eschew elections violence and misbehavior that undermine the peace and stability of the country.

The call was made by the pastor of New Water in the Desert Assembly when he spoke at the December 17th, 2014 3rd Intercessory Worship service of the local church to praise God for His healing mercy on Liberia.

Rev. Dr. Kortu K. Brown, who is also general overseer of the Apostolic Pentecostal Church (APC), warned Liberians to remember that “peace is priceless”; therefore nothing should be done to undermine the peace, adding “violence is not the answer” to the myriad of challenges facing the country.

“Liberians should realize that stability is a 'foundational investment' which when secured can be the platform on which the other 'walls' whether political, economic or social can be built. Without stability -in the country, there will be no political, economic or social development. We therefore want all Liberians to know that we all have a stake in the foundational investment of the country, which is stability,” Pastor Brown stressed.

The service, which coincided with the 47th Edition of the 100-Day Prayer for Peace for Liberia, is being held under the theme: “PEACE AT CHRISTMAS” with Scripture text from St. Luke 2:13-14. The church formal annual Christmas service will be held on Sunday, December 21, 2014.

As we go to senatorial elections, the astute Pentecostal cleric who is also First Vice President of the Liberian Council of Churches (LCC), reminded candidates in the elections to direct their supporters away from violence, which is a threat to peace and stability.

“Let the candidates know that the people of Liberia will hold each of them responsible for the action of their supporters”, adding “peace is important to Liberia than any individual or group of individuals,” he emphasized.

Rev. Brown called on all Liberians to redirect their energies during this period of peace to productive ventures that will advance the country.

He advised parents to speak to their children to avoid plunging themselves into violent activities that could lead to confusion and chaos and plunge Liberia into a “red Christmas”. 

“As we go to vote, let us remember that Ebola virus is still around us and we should do whatever we can to undermine its spread”, he concluded.

“Violence Is Not The Answer”

--Pastor Korto Brown

 

Liberians have been cautioned to eschew elections violence and misbehavior that undermine the peace and stability of the country.

 

The call was made by the pastor of New Water in the Desert Assembly when he spoke at the December 17th, 2014 3rd Intercessory Worship service of the local church to praise God for His healing mercy on Liberia.

 

Rev. Dr. Kortu K. Brown, who is also general overseer of the Apostolic Pentecostal Church (APC), warned Liberians to remember that “peace is priceless”; therefore nothing should be done to undermine the peace, adding “violence is not the answer” to the myriad of challenges facing the country.

 

“Liberians should realize that stability is a 'foundational investment' which when secured can be the platform on which the other 'walls' whether political, economic or social can be built. Without stability -in the country, there will be no political, economic or social development. We therefore want all Liberians to know that we all have a stake in the foundational investment of the country, which is stability,” Pastor Brown stressed.

 

The service, which coincided with the 47th Edition of the 100-Day Prayer for Peace for Liberia, is being held under the theme: “PEACE AT CHRISTMAS” with Scripture text from St. Luke 2:13-14. The church formal annual Christmas service will be held on Sunday, December 21, 2014.

 

As we go to senatorial elections, the astute Pentecostal cleric who is also First Vice President of the Liberian Council of Churches (LCC), reminded candidates in the elections to direct their supporters away from violence, which is a threat to peace and stability.

 

“Let the candidates know that the people of Liberia will hold each of them responsible for the action of their supporters”, adding “peace is important to Liberia than any individual or group of individuals,” he emphasized.

 

Rev. Brown called on all Liberians to redirect their energies during this period of peace to productive ventures that will advance the country.

 

He advised parents to speak to their children to avoid plunging themselves into violent activities that could lead to confusion and chaos and plunge Liberia into a “red Christmas”. 

 

“As we go to vote, let us remember that Ebola virus is still around us and we should do whatever we can to undermine its spread”, he concluded.