Giving the enemy no chance
Beloved, Christians are special people. Though they are in the world, but are not of the world. They do not belong to the world. They are the people of God, people of heaven.
The hour you think not - Part 2
Matt. 24: 43-44, “But know this, that if the good man of the house had known in what watch the thief would come, he would have watched, and would not have suffered his house to be broken up.
Here, Caesar’s laws are mocked
Sir: Every sanitation day in Rivers State sees the Church leaders behind my street come early to organise dawn services, pray aggressively, shouting, playing musical equipment loudly, boldly, in defiance...
‘Nigeria needs heaven-sent revival to get back on course’
I would say the Assemblies of God is going through a lot of spiritual challenges and I see this as the best opportunity for heaven sent revival. I see also that God can also be an orchestrator of an event.
The education curriculum: Who then are the mischiefs?
In a statement bearing the title “NERDC and the 9 Year Basic Education Curriculum”, published in The Guardian Newspaper edition of Tuesday, April 26, 2016, the Nigerian Educational Research and Development ...
A famine did not stop Isaac from sowing, Gen. 26:12. Neither did a bountiful harvest. He was diligently persistent, Gen. 26:13. Soon he became the envy of a nation, Gen. 26:14.
Akinde, Bamgbola Task Christians, Leaders On Sacrifice
The Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Lagos, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and Bishop, Lagos Mainland, Most Rev. Adebayo Dada Akinde, has called on Nigerians, especially Christians to reflect on their lifestyles, values and relationship with God, more so, as they join their counterparts the world over to celebrate the risen Christ, tomorrow.
Suicide bombers kill 14 outside Pakistani churches
PAKISTANI Taliban suicide bombers exploded themselves near two churches in the eastern city of Lahore yesterday as worshippers were gathered inside, killing 14 people, officials said, in the latest attack against religious minorities in the increasingly fractured country. In the tense aftermath, angry mobs lashed out at people they suspected of involvement in the attacks - including one person who was burned to death - and Christian crowds set fire to cars in a show of defiance in the country’s second largest city and the prime minister’s seat of power. Life in Pakistan is increasingly fraught with danger for religious minorities, especially Christians. They have been targeted by extremist Sunni Muslim militants who object to their faith.