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Cleric launches magazine to counsel heartbroken people

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Speaking at the event on Wednesday in Jos, Etuk, a pastor in Shepherd House International Assembly, noted that heartbroken people struggled over their losses, mostly leading to depression.

“The mandate of the magazine is to bring hope and healing to the brokenhearted through the print, social and electronic media.

“We want to reach out to people whose sudden calamities had rendered them devastated, confused, disappointed, hopeless, heartbroken and dejected.

“The struggles of life are in different levels; some may never experience heartbreak except some moments of trouble, but for those who need the right information to survive and be healed, the word of God is the answer,” she said.

Earlier in his remark, Mr Brian Etuk, the publisher’s husband, said the magazine was in memory of their daughter, Michelle, who died in 2017.

He said in addition to the publication, a foundation would also be established to counsel people going through difficult situations in life.

Rev. Tajan Moltok, the Jos Resident Pastor of Shepherd House International Assembly, encouraged troubled persons to have faith in God and always study His word for understanding.

“Crying is an expression of our emotions, but do not mourn like unbelievers who do not have hope,” he said.

The Nigeria News Agency reports that the magazine, which has sections on health tips, church administration skills and teachings for broken heart and depressed minds, will be published biannually.

Edited by Wale Ojetimi

 

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