Ghanaian pastor, Mensa Otabil will be joining Bishop Mike Okonkwo, Rev Dr. Yinka Yusuf and Pastor Ituah Ighodalo in ministering at the 2nd Annual Word & Power Conference of Trinity House. Starting from Wednesday April 3 and running through Sunday April 7, the conference which has the theme ‘Set Time’ will hold at the church’s main auditorium, in Lagos
In a statement released by the church and signed by the convener of the conference and senior pastor of the church, Ituah Ighodalo, the Word & Power Conference is one of several initiatives of the church to help it achieve its goal of teaching people to live right according to God’s word.
Trinity House, which obtains its motto from the book of Acts chapter 10, verse 38, “Everywhere he went he was doing good,” is organising the conference as part of its objectives of changing lives, transforming nations and fulfilling destinies. The church through its various programmes and initiatives is a voice to leadership across all spheres of society and challenge people and leaders to do the right thing in the right way.
The first edition of the conference last year had Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, Pastor Tunde Bakare and Bishop Mike Okonkwo as speakers. The conference will hold from 5pm weekdays (Wednesday to Friday) and end with a celebration service at 9am on Sunday. The church is inviting everyone to the conference. Trinity House is a place where everyone is comfortable and can fit in. Everyone is welcomed at Trinity House: young and old; rich and poor; all denominations and all nations;
Inaugurated on Sunday July 18, 2010 at the Civic Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos in a well publicised ceremony witnessed by church leaders and a large cross section of the Nigerian society, Trinity House is a non-denominational, free flow Christian worship centre powered by leaders, professionals and leaders to be with the vision to build a people of change, influence and impact.