Saturday, May 8, 2021

Church of Nigeria’s Position on the Recent Gay Developments in ACNA

The College of Bishops of the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA), at their recent meeting, issued a Pastoral Statement of toleration of same-sex persons within their fold. The Bishops noted "that the struggle with human identity is real and painful for Christians who experience same-sex attraction" and reject the use of language that...

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...

Primate Ndukuba To Dr. Okonjo-Iweala: An Honour Well Deserved

The Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, The Most Rev. Henry C. Ndukuba has shared his heartfelt happiness to Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala on his appointment as the DG of the World Trade Organisation.  He noted that this is a great feat that testifies to her courage, hard work, resourcefulness and diligence. Primate Ndukuba attributed...

Powerful People, Politicians, Businessmen Behind Banditry, Says Primate Ndukuba

Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Henry Ndukuba, has said that some powerful persons, politicians and businessmen are behind banditry activities which is ravaging Nigeria. He raised concern that if the situation is not taken care of, communities may resort to self-help which may further degenerate in breakdown of law and...

NCPC Clears Air on Appointment of Tonto Dikeh As Its Ambassador

The Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission NCPC wishes to state in categorical terms that King Tonto Dikeh paid an official courtesy visit to the Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission Rev Yakubu Pam on 25th February, 2021 at the corporate headquarters of the Commission in Abuja. As the founder of Tonto Dikeh Foundation, she...

Ndukuba speaks on insecurity and instability in Nigeria, calls for weapon control and a sovereign national dialogue

INSECURITY AND INSTABILITY IN NIGERIA: Nigeria is fast becoming a land flowing with Tears and Blood because the reality of Terror, devastations, destructions and fear are evident. The troubles that come to the people are like the earthquake which was followed by a Tsunami with great destruction of lives and property. The after math...

Ensure full compliance with COVID-19 protocols, Bishop Obi urges members

The Bishop of the Diocese of Nnewi (Anglican Communion), Rt. Rev. Ndubuisi Obi, has urged his Diocese members to prayerfully and earnestly comply with the federal and state governments’ directives on COVID-19 protocols by wearing facemask at every gathering, especially during church services. Speaking through his Clerical Assistant, Venerable Dr. Nelson Ifeanyichukwu Iluno, the Bishop...

The strangling hold on churches

The gradual and intensifying subtle persecution of Christians and Churches is troubling. This is seen in the employment, appointments, recruitment and deployment exercise of the Security and Law Enforcement Agencies. The spate of destruction of church buildings in some parts of this country by some government agencies is disturbing. We stand with all our churches...

Lent 1: Delighting in God’s word

“…his delight is in the law of the LORD, and on his law he meditates day and night. “ (Psalm 1:1-2) We come to Lent again – that season of stock taking, quiet reflection, and rededication of our lives to God. What a great opportunity it is to bring ourselves deliberately under God’s searchlight, with...

The Difference Between Mothering Sunday and Other Women’s Day Celebrations – Mrs Ndukuba

The Mothering Sunday is a celebration of the Anglican Church from the early Church. It was originally a day to honour and give thanks to the Virgin Mary, also known as “Mother Mary”, for her agony as recorded in Luke 2:35. The Celebrations required people to visit their mother Church – the main Church...

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