Month: February 2017

Preachers’ Retreat

Are you a preacher or have God called you and you are thinking of what steps to take in order to get it going or started? I’m joyful to announce a powerful programme titled Preachers’ Retreat   where you can study the word of God with other anointed preachers in Port Harcourt live and direct. The progamme will focus on the book of Jeremiah and there will be fasting which commence Monday 6th to Sunday 12thMarch, 2017. Meanwhile there will be provision for free accommodation and feeding for all the participants. The pre registration is by sms or email, which...

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What is Lent – A Time Set Aside

Just as we set aside time to spiritually prepare for Christmas Day, it makes sense to set aside time to prepare for the two most important days of the Christian year. Lent is a time that offers us an opportunity to come to terms with the human condition we may spend the rest of the year running from and it brings our need for a Savior to the forefront. Like Advent, Lent is a time to open the doors of our hearts a little wider and understand our Lord a little deeper, so that when Good Friday and eventually...

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Archbishop Obinna calls for independence of judiciary

The Catholic Archbishop of Owerri Ecclesiastical Province, His Grace, Dr. Anthony J. V. Obinna, has decried current practice where the spirit and letter of the Nigerian Constitution, the executive arm of government remains reluctant to grant the judicial arm its deserved independence. Obinna spoke, yesterday, during a celebrated mass at Maria Assumpta Cathedral, Owerri. “The battle for the separation and ultimate independence of the judicial arm of government is still raging. When this expected independence is achieved, the judiciary will no longer go cap in hand to the executive for funds,” Obinna said. While describing the immunity vested on...

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Nassarawa Deputy Government happy with the prayers for Buhari

Deputy Governor of Nassarawa state, Silas Agara, has commended Christians and Muslims in the state for praying for the speedy recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari. He gave the commendation on Monday in Lafia when members of the Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Nasarawa state chapel paid him a courtesy visit. According to Agara, the high number of worshipers who purposely visited worship centres to pray for the president’s well being was impressive and showed the compassionate nature of the people of the state. “I was credibly informed that a lot of worshipers went to various...

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Background does not limit success

Pastor Paul Ojoh of the Shepherd House International Assembly Jos said the social background of an individual should not constitute a barrier to achieving one’s dream in life. Ojoh, in a sermon titled: “The invading forces’, delivered on Sunday in Jos, declared that background should not constitute barrier to confident people that believed in their capacities.“Nobody was a child by mistake; everyone has a special purpose on earth, no matter the circumstances of his or her birth. “The strong believer must be an `invader’ so as to be able to penetrate barriers and obstacles. “He or she must be...

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