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17 Aug
Insecurity is everywhere in the land. Except for the period of the Civil War between 1967 and 1970, the country has never experienced anything close to this level of insecurity.
20 Jul
What part does promise play in the governance of man? Given the spate at which politicians make promises and the enthusiasm with which those who believe in such promises wait and hope endlessly to see things
3 Jun
Bayelsa State Deputy Governor, Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo, has again called on churches in the country to boost their end-time messages by focusing more on the gospel of salvation
31 May
The recent incident in Sokoto which has attracted serious backlash and disaffection from within and outside the country is extremely unfortunate.
25 Jul 2021
The Diocese of Nnewi (Anglican Communion) has refuted the allegation being circulated on social media that the Diocese has banned national anthem and Nigerian flag in churches.
30 Jun 2021
Beloved, there are more churches and mosques put together than educational institutions on the African continent. This is why it has been so difficult to achieve meaningful progress
7 Mar 2021
The gradual and intensifying subtle persecution of Christians and Churches is troubling. This is seen in the employment, appointments, recruitment and deployment exercise of the Security
11 Oct 2020
While celebrities and other international stars have joined in fighting against the brutality of SARS, some religious leaders too have joined the fight. The pastor of Daystar Christian Centre, Pastor Sam Adeyemi, has continually spoken out to challenge some government issues in the country. He has once again been applauded for speaking against SARS and…
6 Sep 2020
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…
17 Aug 2020
Bishop David Oyedepo on Sunday questioned the rationale behind the inclusion of religious centres and charity organisations into the Company and Allied Matters Acts (CAMA). The law which was recently signed by the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari states that "the commission may by order, suspend the trustees of an association or a religious body and…
10 Aug 2020
Many churches reopened in Lagos State yesterday for worship after about five months of closure in adherence to COVID-19 safety protocols...
9 Aug 2020
“Somebody shout Halleluyah! I can’t hear you. I said somebody shout Halleluyah!!” The voice blaring out from the speaker is all too familiar. It is your pastor’s voice and oh my goodness, You haven’t been this excited in a long time. Alas, you are on the verge of cussing out the person whose car wasn’t…

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