Ibru Ecumenical Centre
Christianity: The cross vs comfort
Beloved, one issue that has been taunting our faith in the present generation is the dilemma of what Christianity should be. While some are attuned to Christianity of comfort, of modernisation and wellbeing ...
Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) consecrates three Bishops, presents two Archbishops
Today, July 24, 2016, the Diocese of Lagos West in Lagos State, will play host to the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) during the consecration service of three new Bishops and presentation of two Archbishops ...
Let God fight for you
From Biblical history, it is quite clear that whenever God fights for an individual or a group of people, they always win. God has never fought any battle and lost. There is a Divine factor ...
The challenges of being blameless before men
Deuteronomy 18:13 says you shall be blameless before your God. Ephesians 1:4 indicates that we should be holy and without blame before Him. 2 Peter 3: 14 asks us to be diligent, to be found without spot and blameless.
Learning to do the works of Jesus
If Jesus says we can, it must be so. John 8:32 states: ‘Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free’.
St. Gregory Old Boys honour Cardinal Okogie at 80
Recalling his childhood, Cardinal Okogie said, “After God, I think I have to call my alma mater. In the year 1951, I entered St. Gregory’s College. It is true I was the smallest in the class, but also the most rascally.
Peace as a precursor to sustainable change
The Second World War left Europe in ruins. A decade of strife and distrust had resulted in a cataclysmic confrontation that left millions dead and displaced and blew up industries and infrastructure.
How to escape God’s Wrath - Part 2
God’s mercy and salvation are available to everyone that seeks to escape His wrath. He does not reject anyone who believes in the sacrifice of Christ for salvation.