Repentance Day

Concerns over repentance day participation

Since 2011, August 26 has been gazetted a National Day for Prayer however, over the years, the day has been seen as another ordinary public holiday, says Body of Christ chairman, Rev. Joseph Walters.

The lack of coordination with churches by the Events Council and Political Leaders to support activities on the gazetted National Repentance Day has become a concern for church leaders, in particular those that make up the Body of Christ in PNG.

“When it comes to Repentance Day, you hardly see our leaders getting involved,” said Rev Walters.

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