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Christ Chosen Church of God International Ends Women Convention

.. .Sues for unity of Christians

Benin City – The Christ Chosen Church of God International (CCCGi) has rounded up its 2018 International Women Convention, with a call on Christians to unite to propagate the gospel of God.

The convention with the theme: “My God Never Fails”, which took place from March 26th — April 2nd 2018 at CCCGi Headquarters in Benin city kicked off with a rally and a novelty football match.

Speaking during the commencement of the weeklong programme, Coordinator General, Chosen Women Fellowship International, Rev Mrs Grace Osasuyi, welcomed participants to the convention and called on them to always believe in God to provide all they ever needed in life.

The Chosen Women Coordinator general who is the wife of the Spiritual leader of CCCGi, Apostle Joshua Osasuyi, added, “all what we need as Christians is in the word of God”.

Mrs Osasuyi, while charging Christians to always show love, forgive and stand firm with God, asserted that, when Christians pray to God and have faith, their prayers will be answered.

On his part, Apostle Jonathan Onaghise said, all authorities in heaven and on earth belongs to God, hence Christians should serve him wholeheartedly to enjoy the benefit therein.

Apostle Onaghise who admonished Christian faithfuls during the convention to unite, charged them to have faith in God, adding, no evil can befall anyone that believe in him.

The 19th Edition of CCCGi women’s convention which climaxed with a maiden service at the newly constructed “Prayer City”, was not without testimonies as those who came with various forms of affliction attested that their prayers were answered.

The programme however afforded many to benefit from the usual philanthropic gesture of ‘Mama Osasuyi’, as she is fondly called, as foodstuffs and other items were shared, mostly to widows and the less privileged.

The 20th edition of the chosen women convention is expected to hold next year 2019.


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