Saturday, October 31, 2015

Bolanle Ambode, Dolapo Oshinbajo, Nikki Laoye, Sinach, Frank Edwards grace the Arise Annual Women's Conference 2015


Convener of the Arise Women Conference, Pastor Siju Iluyomade of RCCG’sCity of David parish is set host its 7th edition this Saturday.

Themed ‘The Set Time‘, this year’s edition will have Reverend Catherine Onwioduokit from Ghana as guest speaker and Her Excellency, Dolapo Osinbajo (Wife of the Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria) as special guest of honor. Leading in songs and unparalleled worship is a line up of A-list gospel acts including Sinach, Frank Edwards, Nikky Laoye, Tim Godfrey & The Xtreme Crew, Cisan, Bj Sax, Shola Sax and Poet; Efe Paul.

“This is the 7th edition of the Arise Women’s Conference, Seven in the biblical study of numbers signifies perfection. With our country witnessing a change in government at different levels, the economy a bit shaky, our children dealing with challenges of sexuality and pornography, is this not a ‘perfect’ time to Arise?” said Pastor Siju Iluyomade, Founder ARISE Women.

Cross River State suspends Education Perm. Sec Anne Odey over suspension of morning devotion in schools.

His Excellency, Ben-Ayade of Cross River State
It seems the last has not been heard on the issue of the suspension of morning devotion in schools in Cross River State.

We earlier reported that the Christian Association of Nigeria registered its dissent on this directive and issued a press statement on this.

The Cross River State has suspended the Education Permanent Secretary over this, saying that this decision was unilaterally taken by Mrs Odey without consulting the state governor.  According to the State Security Adviser (SSA) to Governor Ben Ayade, Jude Ngaji while talking with newsmen yesterday in Calabar, the state police governor indeed contacted the state ministry of Education about a possible attack by Boko Haram. But it was not enough to suspend devotions without due consultation.

William McDowell, Nathaniel Bassey, Frank Edwards and others storm the Night of Worship 2015


It was an explosive time at the Night of Worship 2014, where renowned local and international artistes of the Gospel led thousands of people in worship. Tye Tribbett, Tasha Cobbs and Sonnie Badu were among the worship leaders who headlined the event last year. It was an incredible experience! Images that stuck with everyone in 2014 were of Tye Tribbett several feet in the air, and of hundreds of people lifting chairs up in worship. It was an intense experience; typical of the Night of Worship.

“NoW, as we like to call it, has become a well-known platform for deep worshippers across Nigeria and Africa, and it is almost here again. It is for everyone who is looking to connect with Divinity in ways they’ve never done before. It is for believers and non-believers who are searching for the Maker in a more than casual way” – The NoW Committee

5 Bible apps for the Christian youth of today


In this world of technology, phones and apps, it is useful to know the apps that can help to spread the gospel and keep the average youth refreshed about God's word.

Here are 5 smartphone apps every youth should be aware of.

1. The Bible App by YouVersion

This version of the Bible is offered by Life.Church. It is the number one rated Bible app
currently. It has over 1000 versions and it is available in hundreds of languages. It also has hundreds of reading plans and devotionals in 40+ languages. You can also customize your Bible with Highlights, Bookmarks, and public/private Notes.

You can access everything online or download select versions to use offline. It is possible to read, study, and share with friends. Enjoy honest conversations about faith in trusted community. Grow together every day with friends, sharing your discoveries. The app is FREE.

It is also available on Google Play Store.

Click here to download the android app, here for the iOS version and here for the blackberry version

Video Trailer: RISEN - 40 days after the resurrection of Jesus Christ

Risen is a film about the ressurection of Jesus Christ.


Risen tells of the first 40 days after the resurrection of Jesus through eyes of the agnostic Roman centurion charged by Pontius Pilate to investigate rumors of a risen Jewish messiah and locate the missing body of Jesus of Nazareth in order to subdue an imminent uprising in Jerusalem.

Clavius, a powerful Roman Military Tribune, and his aide Lucius, are tasked with solving the mystery of what happened to Jesus in the weeks following the crucifixion, in order to disprove the rumors of a risen Messiah and prevent an uprising in Jerusalem.
The centurion meets the Apostles and other historical and biblical characters, and as he continues his investigations, his beliefs are altered.

5 things every Nigerian should know about celebrating Halloween




























Today is October 31 and it is Halloween. For some Nigerians, it is just another reason to celebrate even though they do not know what it is all about. Some think Halloween is all about dressing up in costumes, having fun and "trick or treat".

But here are some facts about Halloween you should know.
  1. The word Halloween is derived from the term "All Hallows Eve," which occurred on October 31. It is the day before November 1st, All Saints Day, which is celebrated by the Roman Catholic Church and various pentecostal churches in honour of all saints, known and unknown.
  2. According to the World Book Encyclopedia, the origin of Halloween can be traced to this “ancient pagan festival celebrated by Celtic people over 2,000 years ago,” “The Celts believed that the dead could walk among the living at this time. During Halloween, the living could visit with the dead.
  3. In the 4th century, Christians attempted to co-opt the holiday by celebrating the lives of faithful Christian saints the day before Halloween in an attempt to re-focus the day away from ghosts, goblins and witches.
  4. It is said that Halloween is celebrated by Witchcraft adherents as the night for rituals.
  5. Halloween is an opportunity to embrace the evil, devilish, dark side of the spiritual world.
So it is up to you to decide. Would you celebrate Halloween?

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