Sunday, November 16, 2014

Bishop David and Faith Oyedepo presents "Shiloh 2014" - Dec. 9 - 13, 2014

All is set for another episode of Shiloh, the annual convention of Living Faith Church Worldwide a.k.a Winners Chapel.

The theme of this year's celebration is "Heaven on Earth". It will take place at the usual venue, Canaanland Km 10, Idiroko road, Ota, Lagos.

It will run from 9th  - 13th of December 2014..

However, if you cannot be there and an on the Airtel Nigeria network, you can dial "54882" and listen to the live broadcast. Costs N10 per minute.


Gospel Musician, Buchi, releases video of new track - Ke Hosanna

Gospel musician, Buchi, recently released the music video of the track  - "Ke Hosanna" from the album 'I SEE'



Sunday, November 9, 2014

Myles Munroe, wife die in a plane crash in the Bahamas

Dr. Myles Munroe and wife, Ruth
Reports coming out of The Bahamas state that the leader of Bahamas Faith Ministries International, Dr. Myles Munroe, his wife Ruth, daughter and six other people on board died in a plane crash Sunday (November 9) afternoon. They were on their way to the Global Leadership Forum scheduled to take place from the 10th of November through the 13th and hosted by Myles Munroe.

The plane crash that took place in Grand Bahama Ship Yard, Bahamas when his plane flew so low that it struck a crane, exploding on impact and crashing near a junkyard area.

The Department of Civil Aviation reported that the plane was a Lear 36 executive jet which departed the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) for the Grand Bahama International Airport.

Dr. Munroe was a pastor, teacher, administrator, author, a father, a husband and motivational speaker who travelled throughout the world as a speaker addressing governments leaders, businesses, schools/universities and church congregations.

Myles Munroe was the author or coauthor of over 100 books, study guides, and audio tapes including "The Spirit of Leadership" and "Understanding Your Potential"

Pope Francis demotes American outspoken Cardinal Raymond Burke

Cardinal Raymond Burke
Pope Francis has demoted Cardinal Raymond Burke for the criticism of his leadership.

According to a press bulletin released yesterday, the pontiff removed Cardinal Raymond Burke as the leader of the Vatican’s highest court and appointed him to a ceremonial position as chaplain of the Knights of Malta, a charity group.

Burke, who until yesterday was the highest-ranking American in the Vatican, gave a series of recent interviews criticizing the pope and had emerged as the face of conservative opposition to Francis' reform agenda.

However, last month, Burke had said he had been told he would move to a new job but did not know when.

Last month during an interview with a Spanish magazine, he mentioned that Pope Francis’ leadership was like “a ship without a rudder”.


Saturday, November 8, 2014

Prince of Wales Pleads To Muslim Leaders Over Christian Persecution

Prince Charles insists faith leaders must not remain ‘silent’ over suffering of minorities as the royal says recognising the role of religion is central to ‘our future as a free society’.

In a video he made the plea to Muslim leaders to warn their followers about the “indescribable tragedy” of the persecution of Christians in the Middle East and around the world, the Prince of Wales has insisted.

He said that faith leaders must ensure their followers respect believers in other faiths “rather than remaining silent”.

His comments came in a special message recorded for the publication of a new report which concludes that Christians are the “most persecuted religious minority” in the world and that Muslim countries dominate the list of places where religious freedom is most under threat.

While emphasising the importance of his own personal Christian faith, he also signalled that he saw his role as to “defend” followers of other faiths including Islam.

Britain’s “future as a free society” depends on recognising the “crucial role” played by people of faith, he said.


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