Omobude: Every Nigerian who loves this Country must be willing to make sacrifice
The truth is that there is a lot of suffering in the land. Many people’s salaries are not paid. In most cases, pensioners are not getting their pensions, a lot of our youths have left school without employment....
Clerics’ message of hope in difficult times - Part 2
The message is then clear. Despite all that were against the purpose of God in the life of Jesus, that purpose became fulfilled gloriously.
Pentecostal fellowship of Nigeria calls for sacrifice at Easter
The National President of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) and General Superintendent of New Covenant Gospel Church, Rev. Felix Omobude has called on Nigerians to reflect on the season of Easter and imbibe the spirit of humility, reconciliation and sacrifice.
How safe to serve God in times of terror, adversity
It would be stating the obvious that this is a perilous period for Christians in Nigeria, especially those in the Northern part, where they are under incessant attacks and killings, with their churches either set ablaze or destroyed by unidentified raging groups.
‘We have made our stand known to government that the church is a spiritual entity’
Reverend Felix Omobude Is The National President Of Pentecostal Fellowship Of Nigeria (PFN) And General Superintendent Of Gospel Light International Ministries (GLIM) A.K.A New Covenant Gospel Church.
Ayokunle, Omobude, task Christians on humility
Ayokunle, in a telephone interview with The Guardian, therefore, called on Christians to have unalloyed faith in God, no matter the situation they find themselves, assuring them of God’s intervention.