Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Sights from Day 4 of the West Africa Faith Believers Convention

Yesterday, Monday the 25th of January was day 4 at the ongoing West Africa Faith Believers Convention taking place at the Covenant Place, Iganmu.

Here are some sights from the day's proceedings.

Bishop FEB Idahosa
Nathaniel Bassey

Covenant Christian Centre honours Archbishop Benson Idahosa

Bishop Feb Idahosa receiving the award
It was a wonderful night yesterday at the ongoing West Africa Faith Believers Convention when Covenant Christian Centre presented a posthumous award to late Archbishop Benson Idahosa. His son, Bishop F.E.B (Faith Emmanuel Benson) Idahosa President, Benson Idahosa University, Nigeria was present to receive the award.

Before the award, the church showed a seven minute video of the late archbishop's exploits while he was alive. Pastor Poju Oyemade, Senior Pastor of Covenant Christian Centre, recounted how he met the Archbishop. He said that he was humbled by how he was treated when he went to Benin to ask the Archbishop to come for a Believers Convention. He said he was glad that as a student of the University of Lagos and the President of his fellowship, the Archbishop honoured his request without any hassles.

Bishop Francis Wale Oke was also present to tell his own story of his encounter with the Archbishop.

Thereafter Bishop FEB Idahosa received the award thanking the church for the award.

Here are some pictures from the event.

Sunday, January 24, 2016

New Video: Ada – iTestify

FreeNation INC presents the visual for the phenomenal single “iTestify” by Ada. Rapidly garnering more listenership on a global scale and without a doubt one of the best releases of 2015, “iTestify” is not only a hit because of the instant gratification it delivers in terms of expertise but also, as a result of the overwhelming spiritual deposit.

Ada left no one out in her depiction as the video resonates with all categories of people. She celebrates with friends, fans, loved ones, using clips & symbolism as representation of various situations that anyone out there could find himself presently. She amplifies the miracle in the situation; hence, giving a reason to testify.

Directed by Carel Films, “iTestify” is Ada’s first release for 2016. It comes with the launch of her new website –AdaEhi.com – and shortly after her deal with Techno Mobile for her materials on the Techno Boom player. The video has cameo appearances by revered Gospel music ministers such as Sinach, Frank Edwards, Joepraize, Ayo Vincent, Kelly Lyon and many more.

Video: I WISH - Emizon ft. Kenny K'ore

Emizon is a rising star in Christian Rap and his collabo with Kenny K'ore is off the hinges.


New Music: Igba Otun [New Season] ~ Kemisola

Kemisola Adewole the Eberemole crooner is out with another seasoned single titled "IGBA OTUN" (New season).

Igba otun is an indigenous Highlife song that emphasis that a new season is here. Most times we look up to God for something and suddenly He turns it around for good, this is a thanksgiving song to usher us into the new year and urges us to dance into newness.

Kemisola's vocal prowess and strength in this song will keep you on your feet till its finished and you'll even be asking for more.

Friday, January 22, 2016

Watch what American President candidate Marco Rubio said when an atheist asked him religion and politics

Marco Antonio Rubio is the junior United States Senator from the state of Florida, serving since January 2011, and is a candidate for President of the United States in the 2016 election.

The video clip shows you don't have to be politically correct but you need to stand up for what you believe in

Yesterday, an atheist asked Marco Rubio about religion and politics. You've got to see what happened next:
Posted by Team Marco on Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Day 1 of WAFBEC presents Pastor Poju Oyemade and Reverend Mark Hankins

The much awaited West African Faith Believers Convention begins today with Pastor Poju Oyemade kicking it off today at 6.00p.m after a worship session which begins at 5.00p.m.

Thereafter Reverend Mark Hankins will take over thereafter.

Expect a power-packed session

To watch online, click http://www.wafbec.org/sites/2016/video-broadcast.php

To watch on TV, check Kingdom Africa channel 345 on DSTV

To follow on twitter, the hashtag is #WAFBEC2016 and handle is http://www.twitter.com/wafbec

For audio streaming, click on http://radio.cersng.org:8000/mp3

Monday, January 18, 2016

9 Most Dangerous Apps for Kids - Felicia Alvarez

Felicia Alvarez lives in Southern California and loves avocados, sunshine, and serving her Savior. Currently, she teaches dance to over one hundred students and is working on her second book. Connect with Felicia on her blog or Facebook—she would love to hear from you.

In 2013, a twelve-year-old girl was lured away from her home by a 21 year-old-man. Once they met, he took her to a motel and took advantage of her. How did this little girl meet this terrible stranger?

Through an app called Whisper on her handheld device (yep, the one her parents bought her). And Whisper is only one of many dangerous apps, apps that every parent should be aware of.

The Scary Truth

“The bad guy’s not just at the bus stop anymore. He has entrance right into your kid’s bedroom and hand-held cellphone device.” Sexual predators can target your children even when your child is in the room down the hall. And sexual predators aren’t the only problem. Cyber-bullying and exposures to sexually inappropriate content are additional concerns.

New apps are constantly being created, so it’s important to monitor what your child downloads. Being aware of the online tricks predators use will help you know what to look for. 

So here is a current list of some of the most dangerous apps:

Whisper - This app allows you to post secrets anonymously and also allows you to chat with other users in your geographic area.

To continue, click here....

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Rotary International annouces $35million to tackle polio in 5 African countries

Rotary announces $35 million in grants to support the global effort to end polio, including $15 million to support polio eradication efforts in 5 African countries.

In 2015, Africa proved a hub of historic progress against the paralyzing disease. Nigeria – the last polio-endemic country in Africa – was removed from the World Health Organization’s list of endemic countries in September, following one year without a new case of the wild virus. The last wild polio case on the African continent was in August 2014.

 “We are closer than ever to achieving a polio-free world,” said Michael K. McGovern, chair of Rotary’s International PolioPlus Committee.  “To ensure that no child ever again suffers the devastating effects of this disease, we must all ensure that the necessary funds and political will are firmly in place in 2016.”  

Today, just two countries – Afghanistan and Pakistan – are reporting a single strain of the wild virus.

New Music: Ekundayo Dbass – Praise Vibes [Prod. By Wole Oni]

Ekundayo Dbass is back with another string access to populate the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ and to depopulate the kingdom of darkness through an electrifying praise jam.

“Praise Vibes” is a track that would make dance and shout of victory never to seize in your life. The track is produced by one of Nigerian seasoned producers “Wole Oni”(Womp).

Click to listen to the track.

Christians plan global protest against Norway for taking children away from parents due to "religious indoctrination"

Christians Stage Worldwide Protests Against Norway for Seizing Children From Parents
Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/christians-worldwide-protest-norway-seizing-christian-children-bodnariu-family-154986/#q4d4L2YGpOzJ1B16.99
The Bodnariu Family
Christians all over the world have planned a protest against the Norwegian government for removing five children from their family home.

Though incredulous as it might sound, the Norwegian government removed the children because of what they call "religious indoctrination".

Church of England leaders vote to condemn same-sex marriage

The Church of England has voted to condemn same-sex marriage and has even condemned the Anglican church in the US for officially recognising it.

After all 37 Primates from around the world met in Canterbury, they issued a statement saying that, according to traditional doctrine, marriage should be between “a man and a woman in faithful, lifelong union”.

The liberal clergy are upset about this statement and even a prominent supporter of gay marriage said he was “thoroughly ashamed to be Anglican” because of the decision.

This issue has divided the Church, with conservatives and many Anglicans in African countries opposed to same-sex weddings, while liberals and the Episcopal Church in the US support them.

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Video: Kirk Franklin - Wanna Be Happy

Check out Kirk Franklin's video of one of the tracks - "Wanna Be Happy" - from his latest album "Losing My Religion".

This is his first song in four years and it was released in November 2015.


Pastor Poju shares the story of WAFBEC and what to expect in 2016

As the WAFBEC event draws near, Pastor Poju Oyemade shares the story of WAFBEC so far. The first West Africa Faith Believers Convention held in 2013

According to Pastor Poju, "What inspired WAFBEC was.. a strong desire, I believe the Holy Spirit placed inside my heart, first of all...for the..to remphasise the fundamental truths that broght about the expression of what we have today as the pentecostal charismatic movement....."

Watch the video below that was released today on his Facebook's page. WAFBEC 2016 kicks off on the 22nd of January 2016.

The story of WAFBEC and its impact so far. What's in store for 2016.
Posted by Poju Oyemade on Friday, January 15, 2016

Check out the WAFBEC website for more information

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Change Your Life by Overcoming Your Fears - Toyin Poju-Oyemade at TEDxGbagada

Toyin Poju-Oyemade is the creative, passionate, fearless and driven founder of StoryTeller Media. She is a content developer, producer and filmmaker. Her 2nd film “UNBROKEN; The John Sumonu Story”, produced in 2104 was nominated for best documentary at the ‘Abuja International Film Festival’, 2014.

The video below is about her talk at TEDxGbagada where talks about the topic "Change Your Life by Overcoming Your Fears. Toyin, by using his life experience, points out lessons on how we can find the courage to chase our dreams.

Join Us for Living Faith Foundation's Youth Sorting Out Conference (5 - 7 Feb, 2015)

You are all invited to the next Sorting Out event in February, 5 - 7th. 3 days in His presence you do not want to miss. Sorting Out is a unique deliverance ministry organised by Rev. Joe Olaiya, one of the foremost authorities in this area.

With over 30 years of deliverance ministry experience and a track record of being led by the Spirit of God, Rev. Joe is able to bring his unique insights to bear and provide targeted prayer and ministration to help you out of your difficulties.

Sorting Out provides one-to-one ministration for every one that attends the programme. For this to happen, numbers are kept small and demand is usually high. Sorting Out has been held in different parts of the country and other parts of the world. There's now one specially designed for youth! God is so good! February! We are coming for you! Testimony Explosion!

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Sam Adeyemi, George Adegboye, Abel Damina & more convene for Harvesters WinePress Summit (16th - 24th January)

Few days after it hosted a sensational end of year service experience tagged RESET; Harvesters International Christian Centre announces its 2016 Winepress Summit to hold from Saturday the 16th to Sunday the 24th of January 2016.

Alongside the host and convener of the summit, Pastor Bolaji Idowu, Senior Pastor of Harvesters International Christian Centre, is an array of great ministers which includes: Rev. Sam Adeyemi(Daystar Christian Centre),Rev. George Adegboye(Rhema Chapel International Churches) Dr. Abel Damina (Abel Damina Ministries International), Rev. FunkeAdejumo(Agape Christian Ministries),NiyiEboda (Harvest House Christian Centre) and DotunArifalo (Kingsword Ministries). With the New Year comes new plans, resolutions, ideas and desired behavioral changes.

Unknown armed men kidnap RCCG pastor during service

Kidnappers numbering about 10 stormed a church while in service to abduct the presiding Pastor, Pastor Ayo Raphael. This happened at the Resurrection parish of the RCCG in Kabba junction in Lokoja, the Kogi State capital.

Eyewitnesses said the abduction happened at 9.a.m and the members of the congregation were ordered to lie down.

An Eyewitness stated that “The pastor was dragged out of the church into the bush while the abductors shot sporadically into the air to facilitate their escape.”

Though no lives were lost, many members of the congregation were said to have sustained injuries while running away for safety as the kidnappers were shooting into the air.

It was gathered that the kidnappers had contacted the church, demanding N50 million before pastor Ayo can be released.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Covenant Christian Centre presents WAFBEC 2016 - Jan 22 - 29, 2016

Pastor Poju Oyemade and the congregation of Covenant Christian Centre will be hosting people from all over the world from the 22nd - 20th of January in its West Africa Faith Believers Convention (WAFBEC) 2016.

The Theme of this year's convention is Grace for Acceleration.

Monday, January 4, 2016


1. Stay true to your calling
No excuse or location should prevent you from doing what God has called you to do. Trust God to help you identify how to go about it, to start and to be consistent with it. We are vessels in God's hands, so let's be used by him. No talent should be wasted.

2. Show God's love to others
Invest in true agape love, giving money, needed items and time, as well as blessing others with your gifts. God has deposited something in each of us that we can use to be a blessing to others.

3. Keep in touch with friends and family more
Check up on family and friends regularly, not out of obligation but out of love. Little acts of kindness will go a long way as well.

4. Use your tongue wisely
Talk less. Complain less. Gossip less. Pray more. Let your speech always be seasoned with salt, building people up and not breaking them down.

5. Plan better
Try to think outside the box, when making plans. Have to-do lists and reminders to be better effective with the execution of your plans.

6. Improve your relationship with God
Have a constant and healthy relationship with God. Take even the simplest issue to him in prayer and you will get hidden insight. Do not downplay the spiritual, it rules over the physical. Settle things there and they will reflect here.

7. Relate better with others
No man is an island; everybody needs someone. Discard pride. Accept help and always be  ready to offer it. But let the wisdom and leading of God direct you in all your dealings.

All in all, remain steadfast in the faith and disciplined in all your endeavours. Wishing everyone a happy, blessed and fulfilling year. Amen


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