"It is the need of the hour to equip and enhance the capacities of health workers for the compassionate and empathetic service to all without any discriminations", said Bishop Rt. Rev. Mohan Manoraj during the Mission Consultation on 27th July 2018 at the Bishop's office, Karnataka Southern Diocese, Church of South India (CSI). Healing ministry is an integral part of the Church. A holistic approach must maintain towards the healing ministry of the Church, Bishop added. Moreover, "all health workers those who are working in different institutions of the Church should have a realization that they are the missionaries and agents of God", said Bishop. Further, he emphasized that all health service must be inclusive and selfless.
Dr. Mrs. Prem Sarojiny, Sister Sujatha (Diocesan Vice-President), Mr. Palanna (Diocesan Treasurer), Rev. Sebastian Jethanna (Mission Director), Rev. William Branham and Rev. Maxcin John were the part of the consultation.
The consultation was an opportunity to plan and design various Missional programmes in diocesan level to enhance the capacities of congregations to become missional congregations.
Rev. Maxcin John,
Director for Mission and Evangelism, CSI Synod.