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CGNetwork ends conference, urges Christians to collect PVCs, vote in 2019

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The Christ Global Network Incorporated, a communal fellowship of ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, has ended its New Wine Conference held at the Champion Peace Cathedral, Rhema Christian Church and Towers, Temidire, Sango-Ota, Ogun State.

With the theme: ‘Rekindling The Pentecostal Fire,’ the conference, which was the 18th edition, brought ministers of the gospel and workers from different churches across the country together.

Some of the seminar topics included: Ministerial Ethics; Positive Attitude For Personal Growth and Success; Women In Ministry; Excellent In Life Ministry; Church and Nation; Christians In Politics; Mentoring and Loyalty In Ministry, among others.

Speakers called on members and Christians across the country to eschew all forms of unrighteousness, while enjoining those who are eligible to go and register, as well as, collect their PVCs and ensure they vote during the forthcoming election.

They noted that the only way members could change any government was through their votes, which is their power.

Head of the group, Bishop Taiwo Akinola, who spoke on paths and processes of reviving the fire of the spirit of God, as well as, steps for personal growth and success, disclosed that the group started as a product of a burdened man’s promise to God, but has since 1994 grown into a divine assignment.


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