Bonnke’s farewell visit to ignite fire in pastors

  As the Founder of Christ For All Nations (Cfan), Evangelist Reinhardt Bonnke makes his farewell visit to Nigeria early in November, pride of the Western missionary, there is no doubt that Africa where he worked most effectively with the continent’s independent churches will not forget the impact of his missionary work in their lives Bonnke is known principally for his passion for African evangelism and explosive crusade which often resulted in harvest of thousands of African in a single outreach. In his 45 years of ministry on the continent…

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PFN fosters unity, love among churches –Apostle Olorunmaye

Apostle Ralph Olorunmaye is the Chairman, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Alimosho Province in Lagos State. In this interview with ESTHER BAKARE, he speaks about his journey into the Ministry 40 years ago, marriage, among sundry issues   Could you lead us into your journey with God? I was born on the 3rd of April 1959, in Kabba, Kogi State. On my 18th birthday in 1977, I decided to mark it by taking my childhood friend, Babatunde Kafiyaro, out on a jamboree. He had just come from Kabba to live…

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God caught me unawares –Prophet Ayodele

The founder of Pentecostal Fire Assembly, Ejigbo, Lagos, Prophet Sam Ayodele speaks about his call and related issues in this interview with Tai Anyanwu   Can you tell us about your entry into the ministry of the gospel? The Pentecostal Fire Assembly started eight years ago, 2009. I resisted initially but then the ministry started in the long run. It is an end-time firebrand apostolic ministry with the commission to teach and preach the good news of salvation for our Lord Jesus Christ; also healing and recovery of lost destinies…

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King’s Chamber: Touching lives through charity

The President of The Kings Chambers and author of The Divine Settler, Reverend Afolabi Samuel Coker, has expressed concern over the state of the less privileged in the society. The cleric, who explained that God mandated him to cater for the less privileged, also disclosed that his ministry will make its business to put smiles on the faces the and give them a new lease of life. He said: “Nobody bothers about most of these people, it ought not to be like that, we bother and cater for everybody, and…

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The power of training in fulfilling destiny

From Scriptures, we understand that we have a glorious destiny in Christ. However, training is one of the vital keys in fulfilling that glorious destiny. As children of God, we should be committed to effective and tireless training if we must see our glorious destinies fulfilled. By training, we mean engaging ‘the know-how factor’ in our field of endeavours. People have great visions but, they lack the knowhow. However, it is the know-how that drives our vision to fulfilment. It is also important to recognise that our impact in life…

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Lead me oh Lord

“Thus saith the LORD, thy Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel; I am the LORD thy God which teacheth thee to profit, which leadeth thee by the way that thou shouldest go.” Isaiah 48:17 If you desire to fulfil destiny, then you must be led by God. Psalm 23:1; Genesis 24:38 There is the will of God concerning every matter; finding it makes a man’s life easy. When you are led of God, you are able to get cheaply what others struggle to achieve. If David wasn’t led of God,…

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The age to get married

Everyone who heard was surprised that Anthony was about to get married. He was just a young man who graduated from the University about three years earlier. He had worked for about one year and some months after his national youth service when he decided it was time for him to get married. As he put things in motion for his wedding, people became more disturbed. When he informed people that he was ready to pay the bride price, it was then they realized that it was no longer a…

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