By Africa Today
An Apostolic Clergy, Apostle Eta Etim Edet has advocates the need for leaders in Nigeria to write books as a way of leaving legacy for the unborn generation.
The clergy stated this on the heels of moral decadence, ethical debase and cultural diffusion in the country in recent times.
Apostle Edet who is Akpabuyo Field Superintendent of the Apostolic Church Nigeria said this in a chat with journalists during his book launch entitled; “Christian Growth and Maturity, A Practical Approach to Becoming a Mature Christian at the Apostolic Church Akim, Calabar.
He noted that preaching; motivations and talk can easily be forgotten, maintaining that books can last a life time.
The spiritual leader also urged men of God to be spiritually and academically mature to be able to manage and handle people efficiently.
According to him “when you are matured, you will be committed to whatsoever assignment is given to you, and you will be able to manage the people and conflicts. If we are matured as Christians and as leaders at whatsoever level we are, we will be able to understand and tolerates each other”. He stressed.
Meanwhile, the wife of the clergy, Deaconess (Mrs.) Okang Eta Edet while appreciating God for the successful launching of the book said it would help the women ministry, regretting that the church is now going worldly and the world churchly.
She therefore encouraged all women to support their husbands to attend greater heights in life.
The event which was well attended drew dignitaries from far and near. In a thank, the Chairman Publicity, Mr Dan Nicholas Obun appreciates everyone that contributed in whichever manner to making the event a memorable one, while praying God to grant them favour