Tuesday, April 13, 2021

‘We count Ourselves Lucky To Be Where We Are Among God’s People’ || Primate Ndukuba

Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev. Henry Ndukuba, last week, clocked one year in office, as Primate of the church. In this interview with Advent Cable Network Nigeria (ACNN TV), the Primate shares his experience. How has one year in office been?I want to greet all of us, God's people, and...

Bishop Love Joins ACNA

I am happy to share that today, April 3, 2021, The Rt. Rev. William Love has joined the Anglican Church in North America. After resigning from his position as Diocesan Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Albany on February 1, 2021, Bishop Love expressed his desire to be received into the Anglican Church in...

Dunamis Church to Construct Karu/Jikwoyi Road in Two Months

The Dunamis International Gospel Centre on Thursday inaugurated the construction of a road project initiated by the church, in Karu/Jikwoyi District in the Federal Capital Territory. Speaking at the inauguration, the District Pastor, Yakubu Usman, said that the 550 metres road project, expected to be completed in the next few months, was the church’s social...

The reign of God: The role of the watchmen (Isaiah 52:8)

God’s expectation for this convocation is that we all receive a fresh commission with a renewed mandate to carry on the work of the Kingdom. The text is a confirmation that God is about to do a new thing in our church and nation, even though it seems as though there’s nothing good about...

CAN urges National Assembly to suspend bill on hijab

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has urged the leadership of the National Assembly to suspend a bill before the House of Representatives seeking to institutionalise the use of hijab in the country. It said the bill is ill-timed and uncalled for. “The bill titled: ‘Religious Discrimination (Prohibition, Prevention) Bill, 2021’ is seeking to provide a...

Hijab: Suspected hoodlums attack churches, schools in Kwara

The crisis over hijab (veil) wearing in Christian grant-aided mission schools took a violent turn yesterday in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital. Suspected hoodlums vandalised churches, shops and schools at Sabo-Oke, Muritala Mohammed Way and other areas of the metropolis. Other places affected include Post Office, Surulere and Maraba where churches and Christian schools are located It...

Primate Ndukuba To Flag Off Youth Conference Tagged: Joshua Generation Internation Youth Conference

The Primate of all Nigeria, Anglican Communion, The Most Rev'd Henry Ndukuba will be converging youths across denominations in an international conference tagged Joshua Generation International Youth Conference with the theme " Living with a purpose" (Romans 8:27-30) from Easter Monday in Enugu State. Primate Ndukuba noted in his address to the Church at the...

Anglican,ECWA maintain stance against hijab in schools

The Evangelical Church Winning All and the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion have both denied the allegation that they have agreed to the Kwara State government’s directive for the use of hijab to be used by Muslim female students in their schools. Oja-Iya, and Bishop Smith Memorial College, both in Ilorin the state capital, are...

2023 General Elections: All citizens must be involved in political process

The General Elections comes up in 2023. This is the opportune time for the citizens to exercise their rights to choose our leaders. Politics is God-given process in the ordering of His world and society. Politics is not dirty as has been perceived by some people in the past, even though some people have...

Lent 5: The timelessness of God’s word

“Forever, O Lord, your word is firmly fixed in the heavens.” (Psalm 119:89, ESV) The Word of God is eternal in Its effect and impact. It is not subject to changing circumstances or the fickleness of human nature. God is not a rash speaker, and therefore His Word cannot go unfulfilled. The fact of the...

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