The Liberia Association of Gospel Musical Artists (LAGMA) has elected and inducted into offices five persons who will steer the affairs of the organization for the next three years.
The decision is confirmatory to the Institution’s organic Law to have a change in leadership after three years.
LAGMA is a Pro-Gospel Ministering Organization that has been in existence for over 20 years in Liberia.
Officers elected and inducted into offices are Mother Hiedy S. Paye, President, Pastor Zlanner Pertean, Vice-President, Ambassador Miracle A. Kettor, Vice President for Operation, Minister Kenneh D. Nsiah, General Secretary and Pastor Steve D. Queweah.
The Leadership is expected to proffer the expected deliverable and make the Institution vibrant as compare to her international counterparts.
The Head Pastor of Faith Deliverance Ministry in Monrovia has at the same time admonished inducted leadership of Liberia Association of Gospel Musical Artists to consider discipline if the organization must flourish.
Speaking at LAGMA induction ceremony in Monrovia, Rev. Paye Bagnon said discipline is the hallmark to progression and must all times be upheld.
He at the same time urged the institution to consider unity among them in order to reach their goals.
”If you must reach your peak, the leadership must grow”, Rev. Bagnon also warned.
According to him, the Christian Community is opting that the Institution’s approaches make changes in the life of Christians across the nation.
Meanwhile, the President of Liberia Association of Gospel Musical Artists has vowed to ensure cordial working relationship among members of the organization.
This, Heidy Paye noted drives the institution to reaching its expectations.
She however called on the citizenry to support the organization as a means of cutting the bridge between they and their international counterparts.
The LAGMA President is hopeful that working in the spirit of oneness in sharing the gospel will but the very best smile on the faces of Christians in Liberia as well as the world.
”This is ours and we must do all we can to make the difference” she told her colleagues at the induction ceremony in Monrovia.