The National Worship Encounter Conference successfully ended a long week of seeking God and touching his presence yesterday.
The conference was a combination of worshipers from all denominations in the Solomon Islands and it was the third event held at Gateway International Healing and Mission Centre.
This week was an exciting week for all participants from each denomination within SIFGA and SICA as they sought God’s presence and healed each through worship.
Senior Pastor Dr Philip Komasi say all participants or worships would never be the same as before.
“We want to see the work of God inside each church and this is how we want it to be as coming together as brothers and sisters in worship. I see this generation is rising to serve God and to be ushers of His work.
“This is a powerful week that we see God move in so many ways to change lives”, said Dr. Philip Komasi.
Team member of the NWEC2021 Sherry K Daubitu said: “I believe that this event has done a majestic impact in every life that is here during the week and those ones that are joining us live every evening.
“We experienced the presence of God and I believe the people have so much to say about it– but all glory goes back to God, the Almighty,” she added.
Those who attended the National Worship Encounter Conference were heads of churches and communities, pastors, youths and worshipers.
This year’s NWEC 2021 has gathered hundreds of worshipers and next year it will expanded to other islands.
National Worship Encounter Conference will happen again October next year.