PFN Ikeja province ends crusade, empowers widows
Nigerians have been enjoined to move closer to God and seek divine intervention to experience total liberation from challenges facing them.
The General Overseer, City of Life Miracle Centre, Apostle John Okwok gave the charge at a citywide crusade, organised by the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Ikeja Province in Lagos. Speaking at the venue, Okwok urged Nigerians to build a better relationship with their Maker, saying God wants people to be free to serve Him.
While advising those that are in bondage to seek God for deliverance, the cleric said: “Whatever makes your life, not to work, doesn’t matter, Jesus will give you rest.”
In his keynote address, Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Lagos chapter, Apostle Alex Bamgbola, expressed happiness that the Ikeja PFN is blazing the trail, even as he said they started a project that will shake the entire Lagos State. The cleric, represented by the Presiding Bishop of Prophetic Prayers Ministries, Dr. Taiwo Ajose, hoped the crusade would fire up more ministries to win souls for Christ.
Bamgbola said the body would do their best to support those desirous of winning souls for Christ. The crusade not only touched people’s lives, but it also provided medical outreach for people who came for the programme. Speaking on the gesture, Vice Chairman, PFN Ikeja Province, Pastor Amos Obidare said the medical outreach was embarked on to reach out to the community.
He said: “We learnt a lot of people are sick and could not afford hospital bill. So, we didn’t just want to hold a crusade and preach. We see it as part of our assignment to do this. We carried out free medical examination; diagnose people of different ailments and distribution of drugs with several medical personnel attending to people.
“We had a budget for about 2, 000 people. We thank God that the turnout was impressive. There were free eyeglasses and test in addition to the general medical checkup. Other welfare packages include distribution of food items and fabrics to about 1, 000 widows.”
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