FOR three days begining Friday, an army of economic experts from across the globe will converge in Lagos for a Kingdom Principles in the Market Place Summit to look at three major areas: Leadership; Kingdom or Biblical Economics and God and the Government. So these are three areas that are crucial at least in the nation and around the world.Read More →
Peace and security will continue to elude the world unless world leaders make deliberate efforts to back off from the path of hypocrisy and insincerity and make the word of God their guiding principle, the God’s Kingdom Society has declared.Read More →
The Primate, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh on Sunday called on religious leaders across the country, to preach gospel of unity, and dwell less on tribal issues capable of destroying the Church and the nation in general.Read More →
General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has assured Nigerians that the country will overcome all the current security challenges including terrorism, unemployment, economic turbulence as well as the prediction of the collapse of the nation before 2015.Read More →
A senatorial aspirant in Edo State, Mr. Egheomhanre Eyieyien in a letter addressed to the flamboyant General Overseer of Household of God Church, Rev. Chris Okotie, who had called for the resignation of the CAN president over the botched cash-for-arms deal, expressed disappointment about the uninformed comments credited to the respected man of God.Read More →
Bishop Leonard Nwoma Umunna is the General Overseer and the Presiding Bishop of Bible Life Church Cathedral (BLCC) which he founded in 1982 with headquarters in Ajegunle area of Lagos. Umunna was called to ministry in the 60s and by the leading of the Holy Spirit has remained in the Ajegunle suburb where the churchRead More →
Following unrelenting personal attacks on the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, The Fellowship of Churches of Christ in Nigeria (TEKAN) with over 13 denominations under its umbrella and 25 million members, has released a statement questioning the motives and timing of those who have been most vocal on the subject recently.Read More →
The people of Kumasi in Ghana did not wait for too long for the much anticipated visit of Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi from Nigeria.Read More →
Nigerian Women in Clergy (WIC), an association of leading women of God in Nigeria, has condemned in totality, several allegations levelled against some notable men of God in Nigeria, just as it warned people against dragging God’s name into the mud.Read More →
Your case is not hopeless. The number of years that you have been in that condition is not what matters. The end is always more glorious. Though your beginning may be small yet your latter end shall greatly increase. The solution will show up and your enemies will be ashamed. God is not through with you just yetRead More →
Senior Pastor, Foundation of Truth Assembly (FOTA), Rev. Yomi Kasali has attributed the longstanding war against insurgency in parts of the country to lack of truthful, transparent and moral leaders.Read More →
The persistent attacks on the person of Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), by opposition politicians suggest a calculated campaign to discredit him.Read More →
Again we come to you with the glorious word of the Lord. Which we believe will daily bless your soul and cause you to walk in absolute liberty and prosperity.Read More →
THE festering wave of insurgency and terrorism in Nigeria could be curtailed if Government and populace fight the situation with the manner of commitment and collective intervention employed in combating the deadly Ebola Virus DiseaseRead More →
AHEAD of the 2015 general elections, Bishop of Ife Diocese, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Rt. Rev. Oluranti Odubogun, has advised Nigerians to demonstrate high sense of patriotism and elect leaders with records of performance.Read More →
As far as I am concerned, there is nothing wrong with men of God going into politics. After all, people who are not men of God have been involved and nothing changed. So, if it will take a man of God to change it, the Bible says when the righteous is on the throne, the people rejoice. If we have credible men of God who can rule, why not.Read More →
The Osun State Chairman of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, Rev. Olasunmbo Ige has said the state branch of the Fellowship did not collect any money from government of the state for the purpose of the last gubernatorial election in the stateRead More →
Have you ever been to a place of no return? A place where, there seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel? You have turned everywhere you can think of, but still no solution. And you are wondering what next to do, whom do you run to and who can help you.Read More →
Oke said since the insurgents hoisted their illegal flag in Gwoza, the Federal Govern-ment had not taken any swift reaction in dealing with the situation and to make matters worse, the whereabout of about 480 Nigerian soldiers are still unknown.Read More →
THE recent matrimonial debacle involving Nigeria’s charismatic preacher and founder of Believers Love World, a.k.a. Christ Embassy, Rev. Chris Oyakhilome, and his wife, Rev. Anita Odegwa Oyakhilome, did not come to close watchers as a surprise. Followers of developments at the Believers World Ministry claimed, last week, that the wife’s suit for divorce on the grounds of “unreasonable behaviour” and “adultery” is just a necessary end to months of loud speculations about the collapse of the flamboyant first family of Christ Embassy.Read More →
We bring to you today the anointed word of the only true living God. This word, if it gets into you (your spirit man), will impregnate you to bear forth consistent miracle. God bless you as you read and meditate on today’s message.Read More →
A Lagos-based cleric, Rev Abraham Oyebanji has called on all Nigerians not to consider themselves wise in any matter, but take everything to God for guidance. In these days of war and pestilence, only those who have the grace of God will survive.Read More →
Welcome to another exciting time. We continue with the teaching of “The Impossible Place” We rejoice knowing that you readers are richly blessed with our anointed message as inspired in us by the person of the Holy Spirit.Read More →
DOCTOR Mike Okonkwo, former National Vice Pre-sident of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and the presiding bishop of TREM will be 69 on September 6, 2014.
Some of the activities lined up to mark the occasion include the 15th Mike Okonkwo Annual Lecture with the theme; “The power of your vote—a catalyst for a stable and united Nigeria”, under the chairmanship of Ambassador George Obiozor with Prof. Akin Oyebode as the guest speaker and the presentation of gifts to the winners of the 11th Mike Okonwko National Essay Competition for Secondary School Students on September 4 at the Muson Center, Onikan, Lagos.
Reverend Ben Eragbai , popularly known as the Jesus soldier, is the General Overseer of Divine Appointment Ministry, Lagos. In this interview, he condemns the recommendation by members of the National Conference to pass into law payment of tax by churches and mosques. Eragbai, who recently turned 50, also reminiscences on his days at the shrine of the late musician, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti.Read More →
America, Israel, Afghanistan have swapped prisoners. There is no crime in swapping the girls and there is no price too expensive for Nigeria to pay to ensure their release,” he stated.
Earlier in his sermon, the moderator said some men of God have turned the church into a chamber of commerce with their activities and this is the reason great things no longer happen in the Church.
The church also expressed satisfaction on the conduct of elections in Ekiti and Osun states by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), urging the electoral body to ensure the conduct of free and fair elections at all times especially in 2015.
It also charged the Nigerian electorate to desist from selling their votes and ensure they vote for credible candidates who will work for their interest on assumption of office. “Nigerians should shun all acts of violence and blood shedding,” the statement adding while encouraging Christians who are so inclined to participate in politics and vie for political office.
This is not an issue for the President. The President is not a military man. He is a civilian and can only employ wisdom and prayers to handle this. I know he also believes that no life should be lost in attempting to rescue the Chibok girls. Even the lives of the Boko Haram people must be precious to him because he is the President of every Nigerian. But he can dialogue with them, and counsel them to change their mind and tread the path of peace.Read More →
Apostle Paul was chos-en by Jesus Himself to preach the gospel to the Gentiles. Jesus made a perfect choice and you cannot question Jesus’s choice. If you do, then, you doubt Jesus. And, if you doubt Jesus, you are not a Christian, and, if you are not a Christian, you are at liberty to write anything many Christians will consider nonsense.Read More →
We bring to you today God’s word for the hour to bless, transform, increase, restore and encourage you that the best is yet to come.Read More →
Fiftish Mama Nnenna left her family home in Sagamu, Ogun State about 1.00 p.m. last Monday for the Redemption Camp with two hefty bags containing N40,000 worth of ground nuts and pop corn.Read More →
The Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, yesterday reacted to calls for either total cancellation or postponement of the ongoing 62nd annual convention at the Redemption Camp for fear of a possible outbreak of the dreaded Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) or Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever (EHF), saying the church had taken necessary measures to forestall any outbreak. Callers on a radio station yesterday urged the Lagos, Ogun and the Federal Governments to prevail on the leadership of RCCG to consider postponing the ongoing convention following the outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease arguing that it would be dangerous to allow the convention to continue. Some of the callers had argued that the nation will be in trouble if an infected Nigerian decided to go to the convention to pray for a miracleRead More →