Christian Media workers in Adamawa state have been charged to represent the image of God at their places of work.
Reverend peter papa Jalo gave the charge during the joint media cluster Christian fellowship held at the Deputy governor’s office Chapel, Yola.
Reverend peter papa Jalo called on Media men and women to bring people closer to God through their lifestyles, saying that the way they live their lives at work determine how people view them.
The man of God encouraged media personnel to do their work perfectly and respect each other, stressing that their work must be done in the light of Jesus Christ.
Reverend peter papa Jalo also pointed out that Christian media workers as ambassadors of Christ, must work efficiently as representatives of God in their work place and everywhere.
In a goodwill message, the Deputy governor of Adamawa state, prof kaletapwa George Farauta who was represented by Reverend Godson mewa, appreciated God for the programme.
Reverend Godson who further said the media has a vital role to play in nation building, thanked all the media professionals present, stressing that this kind of gathering will unite the christian media cluster in Adamawa state.
Earlier in a remark, the Coordinator, Fellowship of Christian Chief Executive Officers, Pastor Amos Yusuf Sunday urged christians to see their jobs as a holy calling from God.
He advised them to use the platform to worship God as apostles of Jesus Christ and impact lives positively.
The programme featured special ministrations from media houses in the state as well as special prayers for media workers, and the development of Nigeria.
The theme of the joint media cluster Christian fellowship is, “My WORKPLACE,My WORSHIP PLACE.