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RightNow Media expands services to Nigeria


Chris Irekamba

RightNow Media, the world’s largest streaming library of biblical video content, recently expanded its services to Africa.

The expansion into Africa allows churches and Christians in the continent, including Nigeria, to have access to biblical discipleship and devotional video content. Nigerian churches have the opportunity to partner the mission of RightNow Media, which is to work with the global church to help people realise their God-given purpose to bring real change.


In the last two years, the ministry has broadened its focus to include more global expansion. Brian Mosley, president of RightNow Media, addressing the continued global expansion said: “We’ve had a passion for international ministry for 40 years, but only now do we have the technology and infrastructure in place to serve Christians globally. Our heart behind going global is to be a part of what God is doing around the world to disciple and equip the church.” 

The outlet is looking forward to bringing affordable biblical video content from seasoned Christian pastors and leaders to support the church in Africa. The organisation hopes to reach people for Christ with tools for pastors and churches through video Bible study content. 

Church leaders can subscribe on behalf of their church to give their congregation unlimited access to thousands of video resources anytime, anywhere, on nearly any device by reaching out to the regional team at

RightNow Media has a church-based pricing model, which means nobody is left out, irrespective of their economic power. This affordable pricing means that pastors and church leaders can give each of their members access to over 20,000 biblical video content available on demand, including book of the Bible studies, personal care resources, and over 2,000 children’s episodes.


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