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We have a mandate to uproot ignorance — Pastor Omole

“We are irrevocably committed to deploy all available resources in pursuing the implantation of this sacred mandate to reach the world with the good news and to raise a transformed and disciplined army for God in this end time.

We are sworn to this resolution to kick out the enemy and everything he represents from his hiding places in the lives of men through the preaching of the word of  faith.”

With the above words, spoken at the inauguration of Covenant Life Christian Church, Ikotun, Lagos, the senior pastor, Emmanuel Oludare Omole, signalled the intention of the church to touch, transform and impact lives positively while winning souls for Christ round the globe to fulfil the mandate of God for humanity.

The inauguration was per-formed, amid pomp and praises to God, by Pastor Tony Olukoyede, the presid-ent of Koinonia Ministerial Network. Olukoyede’s mini-stration centred on, Keeping a date with destiny, the theme of the service.

Pastor Omole, in his address, said, “Covenant Life Christ-ian Church is a faith-based commission dedicated to the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. We have been mandated by God to uproot ignorance from the hearts of men, and liberate people from every form of satanic oppression through the preaching of the word of  faith.

We exist as a church whose purpose on earth is to preach the gospel to all nations, pastor a people of purpose, power and purity, turn followers to leaders, raise leaders that will become agents of change in the society and to bring glory to God,” he said.

He thanked Pastors Adetayo, Osusan, Rotimi Nathaniel, Bishop and Pastor (Mrs) Abraham Ayelabowo (Ghana), among others whom, according to him, “the Lord used to train us.”

Also speaking at the occasion, co-founder of the ministry, Deaconess Adenike Omole, said the church will not deviate from its mission.


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