Wednesday, March 4, 2015

VIDEO: Sinach – Nothing Is Impossible

International Gospel Mistrel, Sinach shares visuals to her track, “Nothing Is Impossible” off her live album, ‘The Name Of Jesus’.

Recorded live in Houston Texas at the prestigious Christ Embassy auditorium, join Sinach as she leads a 30-man orchestra and exciting congregation in worship and praise.

Guiding Light Assembly Set To Celebrate 30th Anniversary From 20th -29th March, 2015

The Guiding Light Assembly church, led by Pastor Wale Adefarasin in commemoration of its 30th Anniversary, will celebrate with a weeklong program of activities.

Guiding Light Assembly was established in 1985, and has its Head Quarters in Parkview Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos with Branches in Epe, Awoyaya, Abuja & London.

In the words of the General Overseer, “It is going to be a week of fun, reminiscing etc. and you are welcome to join us as we celebrate 30 years of Building Leaders, and changing our world”

The celebrations will kick off on the 20th of March, 2015 and will run till the 29th of March, 2015 excluding the 27th & 28th of March 2015 due to the Nigerian general elections.

Theme: From Generation to Generation, Building Leaders, Changing our World.

Some the activities lined up for the Anniversary include:

"What will I use the money for?" - Edo CAN Chairman denies N7b bribe allegation

In the wake of the N7 billion bribery allegations levelled against the national leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), the Edo state chapter Chairman of the religious body, Peter Imasuen, has vehemently denied sharing the largess which was reportedly given by Goodluck Jonathan.
A Borno-based pastor, Musa Dikwa had alleged on February 16, that CAN had gotten the money on 26 January, 2015 and had distributed N3 million to each state chairman across the country to tarnish the image of Muhammadu Buhari and support the re-election of President Jonathan.

Imasuen who is also the Bishop of Anglican Communion, Benin Diocese, claimed he wasn't present at the last CAN meeting and had no knowledge of any bribe money, let alone collecting it as the state chairman.

The Bishop said, “I am not a politician. What we owe the country is prayers. So, I don’t know anything about (the) money. They didn’t give me any money and I was not even there when we had the last CAN meeting. At that time, we were having the standing committee at Ughelli (Delta State). So, how would they have given me money when I was not at the meeting?”

Northern Christian Leaders Recieve Death Threats For Endorsing Buhari

A group under the aegis of Northern Christian Leaders Eagle Eyes Forum (NCLEEF) says its leaders have been receiving death threats for endorsing the All Progressives Congress (APC)’s, presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari.

Chairman of the Forum, Pastor Aminchi Habu, told newsmen in Kaduna that President Goodluck Jonathan’s tenure in the past six years was a disappointment to Nigerians, particularly the Christian community. Habu said it was based on this that the Christian Forum decided to ditch Jonathan and endorse Buhari who they believe could rid the country of insecurity.

“Our decision to endorse Buhari was informed by our commitment to build a free, fair and a secular society where the inheritance should be justice to all,” said Habu.

“After the endorsement, our members, especially the chairman of this forum, have continued to receive threatening phone calls and text messages, calling us a sell-out group who have abandoned a Christian candidate in the person of President Goodluck Jonathan,” Habu said.


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