RZIM Seminar for Teaching Faculty
The Educator's Meet - The Power of Encouragement
April 20, 2013
St Stephen's School
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries - a life focus society, along with St Stephen's School, organized The Educator's Meet - an event for the teachers of the region. The topic was The Power of Encouragement.
The event started with the St Stephen's Music Department performing an original gospel song composed by Pawangdibou Chawang. This was followed by a brief performance and talk by the world record holder musician Benny Prasad. He shared his life's story as to how God by His grace changed his discouraging life situation around to be a world renowned musician. Benny's testimony was heart-warming and encouraging. After a motivational song by Aniu (RZIM resource person), the main talk was delivered by Arun Andrews who mesmerised the audience with his uplifting message and in the true sense of the word 'inspired' all. Mr Harold Carver closed the meeting with words of praise and gratitude for the RZIM team.
The Power of Encouragement
Regardless of who we are and where we're at, there is always room for a little encouragement. It's powerful to give - and to receive. Join us as we reflect on the power of encouragement - you never know what new heights it might lead you to...
Arun Andrews serves as a speaker and pastoral mentor on the RZIM Team. He has addressed audiences in India and other countries. Among schools, colleges and corporate offices he had spoken at are IIM, IISc, Bosch, SAP Labs, Oracle as also at the RZIM Summer institute at Queen College, Oxford. He speaks regularly on radio.
From being the shame of his family, Benny went on to being their pride. He has performed before presidents and parliaments, cultural stages of the 2004 Olympic Games and the 2006 FIFA World Cup. He has traveled to 250 nations (July 2011) performing music, earning his the honor of being the fastest to travel to 245 nations.
Kethoser (Aniu) Kevichusa serves as Ministry Associate with RZIM based in Nagaland. He holds a PhD in Political Ethics from Middlesex University, UK, on the topic 'Forgiveness and Politics: A Critical Appraisal'. He has addressed audiences in different arenas on various topics. He is married to Ono and they have three young children.