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Many ministers have lost their bearing, calling, because they followed men – Primate Ndukuba

What was your experience like as a young priest? One thing I normally tell young people, when they come seeking advice, with regard to their call and ministry is that: For me, the ministry is a matter of life and death. It is not just a casual decision. I believe that God calls us so...

The Economicology Of Stability: Issuing Consequences Of Covid-19 Aftermath Especially In Nigeria.

Greetings of blessings as we bring you update Reflections and Meditations from last week till today. We appreciate all your wishes and comments. Your concerns and questions help us to research more and to that we are grateful. Again some of you are still expressing fear and anxiety , please NO that is not the...

It’s Rogation: Good Lord Deliver Us By Princewill Ireoba

Every 5th Sunday after the Easter Day, which corresponds to the last Sunday before the Ascension Day, is known as the Rogation Sunday, and the following three days as the Rogation Days. The word, Rogation, is got from the Latin word, rogare, which means “to ask.” The history of the observance of rogation is traced...

The Visit: How I Found My Wife – Primate Ndukuba

Meet The Primate Of The Church Of Nigeria (Anglican Communion): A Special Interview With The Most Rev Henry Chukwudum Ndukuba (Part 2) By ACNN TV How did you meet your wife and how long have you been married? I met my wife at home. When I was being deaconed as a young man, my bishop,...

COVID-19: Primate Ndukuba Donates Medical Items, Condoles FG Over CoS, Ask Nigerians To Intensify Prayers

The Primate, of the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion the Most Rev’d Henry C. Ndukuba and some of the members of its National Relief Committee, have donated medical items to the Federal Government of Nigeria through the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19. It is part of the Primate's initiatives for the church to support the...

Joy Has Come, Alleluia!

It has often been: “Joy is coming.” But Easter says: “Joy has Come, Alleluia!” In the Church’s reckoning, Easter is synonymous with joy and celebration, with resonating alleluias, which were deliberately piped down in the preceding weeks. Easter, which is the commemoration and celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, is the...

‘Where Is The Lord Your God?’ A study of Psalm 23

Introduction  The Psalmist was not wrong when he declared that the earth and the fullness thereof belong to God (Ps 24:1). This is simply because God is the Creator of the heavens and the earth. He is “the beginning” in “the beginning” (cf. Gen 1 & 2). However, in the fall and the post-fall world,...

Celebrate Easter With Hope, Primate Ndukuba Urges Christians

The Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria, Anglican Communion, the Most Rev’d Henry C. Ndukuba has urged christians to celebrate Easter with hope, knowing that evil would never prevail, because the last word belongs to God. The Primate of All Nigeria made this known as he delivered his Easter message to the Church and...

COVID-19: Lagos Diocese Donates Relief Materials And Medical Items To Lagos State Government

The Diocese of Lagos Church of Nigeria(Anglican Communion) under its diocesan, Rt. Rev'd Humphrey B. Olumakaiye has donated a relief materials, medical and a sum of N5m as part of its support to the Lagos State Government in its fight to contain the globally ravaging effect of Coronavirus on the residents of the state...

Nothing Like Orthodox Anglican Church International In Nigeria – CoN

The attention of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) has been drawn to some publications in the social and other media by the Orthodox Anglican Church International and the following: 1. Rt Rev’d Christopher Umane – Archbishop 2. Rt Rev’d Adewumi – Bishop of Ogun Diocese 3. Rt Rev’d Solomon Omorege – Bishop of Edo Central Diocese 4....

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