Deeper Life, CAN to train ministers on community development, others
The summit, which will feature seminars, workshops, inspiring messages and excellent opportunity for ministerial interface and networking, will take place on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at the Ultra modern headquarters building of Deeper Life Bible Church, Gbagada, Lagos.
Chairman, CAN, Apostle Alexander Bamgbola, who spoke with newsmen yesterday in Lagos, said the summit would develop ministers in the church through expository studies, practical training, information sharing and networking.
“The workshop is a non-denominational forum; it is huge and unique in the sense that it is a vision shared by the entire membership of CAN.
“It is our hope that the deliverables from this platform will play a catalytic role in the revival of the entire body of Christ and lead the Church of Christ in the state to higher heights,” Bamgbola said.
He noted that church ministry is a most responsible work for which no amount of conventional education can sufficiently prepare the minister, stressing that the ministers’ training is an ongoing experience with a lot to gain from God through others who have trod the path of righteousness.
The Chairman noted that the summit is coming at a time when the body of Christ is in dire need to function synergistically so as to tear
down the increasingly menacing gates of hell in our land and in turn foster the much needed love and unity in the body of Christ which in
turn will create a more enabling environment for meaningful and effective evangelization.
Bamgbola added: “We must appreciate the convener of the summit, General Superintendent of Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor W. F.
Kumuyi, whose all-round ministry has, for decades, been a huge blessing to countless number of Christians and Gospel Ministers across
church denominations and countries.
The vision for the Ministers’ Development and Networking Summit came from him and I have no doubt that he heard from God, our Father. Indeed, this is not the first attempt he has made in the quest to have Gospel Ministers trained and
developed irrespective of their denominational background.”
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