Our city crusade ministry.
Our rural Gospel ministry to riverine areas.
Our rescue mission to prostitutes.
Our media ministry.
Our non denominational Church ministry.
Chapels are planted as part of our follow up strategy after crusades. There are presently thirteen chapels in Bayelsa state and Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Our Bible training ministry for Gospel ministers.
Our anti-abortion ministry.
Our social welfare ministry.
Faith's Checkbook by Charles Spurgeon
The Right to Holy ThingsBut if the priest buy any soul with his money, he shall eat of it, and he that is born in his house: they shall eat of his meat (Leviticus 22:11). Strangers, sojourners, and servants upon hire were not to eat of holy things. It is so in spiritual matters still. But two classes were …Continue Reading »
Reflections on Faith, and the Christian Life
The Rest House
(Written in 2017, for the ninth edition of THE MESSAGE Magazine) Ever since I learned of the Theme of WEGOM womens’ programme for this year: “Labour To Enter Into The Lord’s Rest” (Hebrews 4: 11), three stories of unique resemblance to the theme came to my mind. I shall therefore briefly narrate them because I am sure they will minister to our readers in very various ways that I cannot...Read More
Time for Vigilance
At no time than now does the call for vigilance become most relevant. We live in a world of pressure – political, social, and economic. There is so much competition and desire to acquire basic needs of life (food, clothing and housing) and yet the time is running fast. We pay so much attention to these things of the world and forget to ‘remember Lot’s wife’ as instructed by our...Read More
What is Faith?
I have come to discover that most of the problems in the Church among believers is as a result of a lack of faith. Words of people in the Church either show faith, or a lack of it. Proceedings of Church meetings could show no faith or dead faith, and at some times could be full of faith. Daily lives of people show that they are either lacking faith or...Read More
The Church as I see it
Give me that old time religion Give me that old time religion Give me that old time religion It’s good enough for me. It was good for Paul and Silas It was good for Mary and Martha It was good for the early Christians It’s good enough for me. Time changes everything – but not a covenanted deal, or command from God. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the Gospel...Read More