Integrity, hardwork will return Nigeria to path of progress
To return the country to the path of development and progress, Nigerians have been charged to imbibe the attitude of integrity and hardwork in all facets of life. This was the thrust of the message by District Overseer, Foursquare Gospel Church, Lekki District, Lagos, Rev. Dr. Paul Fadayini to congregants at the 10th Convocation anniversary held recently at the District Headquarters.
Fadayini also charged the faithful on the need to live righteously and possess the nation for Christ in order move forward. In his opening message, he charged them to press forward in the service of God, pursuit of excellence and in self-discipline. He enjoined them to reposition themselves and look forward to greater works of God.
According to him, the four-day 10th anniversary convocation, with the theme, ‘Press Forward,’ was both prophetic and a call to action. He urged district members on the need to press forward with concentration by forgetting the past, facing the future and focusing on the goal.
The Lekki district has been inaugurated by the then General Overseer of the Foursquare Gospel Church in Nigeria, Rev. Felix Meduoye on October 9, 2011, with Rev (Mrs.) M. I. Esi emerging as the pioneer District Overseer and making history as the first woman to be installed as a District overseer in the Foursquare movement in Nigeria.
The Chairman of the Convocation Planning Committee, Rev. Abraham Bamigboje, in his welcome address appreciated God for His faithfulness and encouraged all to look forward to the miracles God would do among the people during the convocation.
The guest minister, Rev. Funso Omowo stressed the need for true love in family relationships, tasking the faithful to improve their interrelationships as spouses, parents, children and as fellow believers. The youths and teenagers were also counselled on choices of career and life partners.
Another highlight of the convocation was the appointment of key officers to run the affairs of the District and the incoming members of 2022 Convocation planning Committee.
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