Major Challenges Ahead: Premier Says Time For Prayers & Faith
It is predicted that the upcoming year will have some major challenges for the Territory and Premier and Finance Minister, Hon. Andrew Fahie is calling on all residents to remain 'prayed up'.
He said that there is no better way than starting the new year with prayers and praise.
To this end, the government and the BVI Christian Council (BVICC) will be hosting a ‘A Time for Prayer and Praise’ event on January 1 at the Queen Elizabeth II Park from 12.00 pm to 3.00pm.
“The BVI continues to thrive because of the Prayers and actions of our forefathers. However, we must now remain "prayed up", remain laser focused so that we can work diligently to take the BVI to a new level of discipline and prosperity,” the Premier told BVI Platinum News.
He then spoke to the challenges that lies ahead and the need for prayers and faith.
“There are some major challenges ahead, but our prayers and Faith in God is the only weapon that will work in concert with our efforts to ensure that we are victorious in securing a better BVI for present and future generations. Together we will achieve more,” Premier Fahie said.
The government and BVICC are urging persons to come out for a time of prayer and praise for prosperity, to overcome challenges, and for God’s protection in 2020 as ‘we’ progress together in BVI Love'.