Friday, February 5, 2016
God’s Children Great Talent (GCGT), the leading gospel talent quest in Africa is back with Season 6! GCGT has distinguished itself over the years as Africa’s leading youth talent competition, discovering, nurturing and producing young talents and stars in various fields of artistic expressions across Nigeria, the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States of America.
God Life Assembly presents Word and Worship Conference with Pastor Chris Delvan Gwamna
Also Ministering are:
- Pastor Nathaniel Bassey
- Rev Canon Moses Omeke
- Pastor Elijah Oyelade
- Victoria Orenze
- Pastor Chingtok and Pastor Sarah Ishaku
Venue: Treasures Inn, near Airforce Base, adjacent Pamtronics, Yingi, Rayfield Jos
Date: 11th - 14th February 2015
Time: 4 p.m. daily. Saturday morning session 8.00a.m
What will you be up to on Valentine's Day?
The Mainland church of Godman Akinlabi's Elevation Church will be holding a special Valentine day's event.
Don't miss 'Je t'aime' happening on Sunday, 14th February 2016 with the beautiful and talented, Ozichi.
Time: 9:30 a.m
Venue: Nelo's Place, behind Etiebet's Place, Mobolaji Bank Anthony way, Ikeja, Lagos.
Covenant Christian Centre will be holding a School of Ministry for aspiring Ministers, titled Ministry 101.
Ministry 101 is a 2-day course designed to give a good understanding of the art of ministry and how to be an effective minister.
Catholic priests in Nigeria have always captured the public imagination, some of them have served in government positions, some were prominent in the fight and struggle for democracy, some of them have proved their mettle as poets, teachers, musicians, social critics, and public affairs commentators, but Rev. Fr. Ejike Camillus Anthony Ebenezer Mbaka is a cut above the rest, not necessarily in terms of intellect or persona, but in terms of how he has been able to use the pulpit to acquire a rock star status.
It is therefore not surprising that everything about him is with a touch of the histrionic. This is exactly what happened when he was transferred, last week, from a parish where he had served for 20 years: from Christ the King Parish, GRA Enugu, to Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, Umuchigbo, Njinike, Enugu. Characteristically, this radical priest and social activist turned what should be a routine administrative posting by his Bishop into a melodrama and an assault on the authority of the Church. You would think he had been sentenced to a jail term, the way he whined and wept and appealed to sympathy.