ELCRNEvangelical Lutheran Church in the Republic of Namibia
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|Keib scored 5 316 from 8 901 votes cast while Kisting received 1 839 and ||Kheibeb 1 702 votes in a process that started with nominations in March and the election for the ELCRN bishop in May.
Although Kisting came second, ||Kheibeb becomes the new deputy bishop-elect as the ELCRN Constitution does not allow three terms in both positions, with Kisting having served as deputy during Bishop Emeritus Zephania Kameeta's reign and in the current administration.
Speaking at the launch of the report, ELCRN Bishop Kameeta said the grant enables people to take destiny into their own hands--just like manna to the Israelites in the Bible enabled them to continue with their journey to the Promised Land.
On January 25, 1993 the Theological Committee submitted to the Elcrn
Against this background six recommendations were made to the Elcrn synod.
Elcrn, has to reconfirm that there is, according to the biblical
The 28th Ordinary Synod of the ELCRN started on Sunday and ended on Wednesday with a church service where the Holy Mass was served.
|Keib who is the incumbent leader of Immanuel Parish in Swakopmund and ||Kheibeb who is the Director of Evangelical Lutherand Church Aids Programme in Rehoboth will replace outgoing Bishop of the ELCRN, Reverend Ernst ||Gamxamub and Deputy Bishop Paul Hatani Kisting on the 3rd November in Okahandja.
In a process that started with nominations in March and the election for the ELCRN Bishop in May, |Keib scored 5316 from 8901 votes cast, while Kisting received 1839, with ||Kheibeb receiving 1702.
Some of the younger missionaries were expelled from Namibia," says ELCRN Bishop Kameeta.
In the past six to 10 years, the ELCRN has sent missionaries to her partner church in Germany.
ELCRN Bishop, Reverend Zephania Kameeta said the church held the conviction that people should be empowered by God, but when that happens they should "start doing the things for themselves."