Ibru Ecumenical Centre
Born Again - Part 9
The Christian life is a process of becoming more and more like Christ (see Roman 8:29). This process will not be complete until we see Christ face to face (1Corinthians 13:12; Philippians 3:21).
Enyindah, Aladekugbe, others harp on Christ’s identity
The Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Niger Delta and Bishop of Ikwerre Diocese, The Most Rev. (Dr.) Blessing Chinyere Enyindah has called on Christians to deepen their understanding and knowledge on the identity of Jesus Christ as the world’s Messiah.
Why relationship fails: Dishonour
We have examined many reasons relationship fails to metamorphose into a holy wedlock or a blissful marriage. Please, do not forget that this also includes why some marriages hit the rock and why so many other relationships also fail.
Mission is a team work, Ndukuba tells directors of Ecumenism
Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), The Most Rev. Henry Ndukuba has said the Church of Nigeria is well disposed to work with other churches to accomplish God’s mission.
CON Bishops debate church’s future, missions
No fewer than 170 Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) graced the Episcopal Strategic Missions/Empowerment Training and Conference in Lagos.
Earthly glory is vanity, seek Jesus Christ
Vanity in the scripture refers to the emptiness in the end of life without God. Semantically, vanity in futility means to leave it all in life and die empty.
At Synod, Odutemu, others enjoin Christians to reproduce God’s character
The Anglican Bishop of Ughelli Diocese and Archbishop of the Province of Bendel, Most Rev. (Dr) Cyril Odutemu has charged Christians who are on earthly pilgrimage to let God and men perceive their lives as fragrance.
How is your apology tank?
The “tank” where eaten food is stored in the body is the stomach. There are, however, other “tanks” such as the “love tank,” which is not physical. The word “love tank” is used by marriage counselors worldwide.