Saturday, December 14, 2013

Church of God Mission holds Festival of Lights

For those of you familiar with Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria, this is Church of God Mission at Faith Arena, the whole place has been lighted up, my inquiries reveal there are thousands of lights being used. It is breathtaking and beautiful. 
The Church of God Mission will be hosting the biggest family event in Benin City on Friday, December 20, 2014, its tagged; A Spectacular Christmas; Light of Life. It promises to be an unforgettable event; prayers are ongoing to ensure at least 200 souls will be won for Christ and Timi Dakolo will also be debuting his  Christmas song. Don't miss it, I won't by Gods grace. Check out more pictures...

Friday, December 13, 2013


If you are in Benin on Sunday December 15, 2014, do yourself a favor and attend the thanksgiving service of House on the Rock, Benin its going to be unforgettable. There will also be a widow's outreach, we are sharing 200 bags of rice to widows all over Edo State, you can send in your donation from anywhere in the world. Remember God cares passionately about orphans and widows; what you make happen for others, God will make happen for you. The pictures will be uploaded on Sunday by God's grace. Shalom.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Tribute to Nelson Mandela

It took me a while to pay  tribute to this great man because I was meditating on what his 95 years on the earth meant personally to me. I have been able to sum up the life of Madiba in two words, Faith and Patience. He believed to the uttermost that his change would come and he waited for it. During the years of negotiation, Mandela and his party were offered many deals but they would not settle for less. I have learnt to believe that I can have exactly what I want if I believe it to the point of death and I do not settle for less.

I have learnt to believe that I can win the war against evil in my life, in government, in the workplace, in the society by persevering; no matter what the challenges are. Madiba and the ANC were a minority; propaganda labelled them as terrorists, their voice were being stifled by intimidation and oppression yet they pressed ahead, I have learnt to fight with what I have, where I am, tenaciously; without a doubt that if I believe and wait for it, my change, my freedom, my deliverance will come.

Thank you for giving your life for Africa and the world, we will never see a man like Nelson Mandela in our lifetime, let us hold on to his words and learn from his actions. I am going back to read his biography, "Long Walk to Freedom". I believe dead men live on through their books. It is my prayer that we all catch the revolutionary spirit of this great warrior and begin to fight for freedom in our individual spaces.

We can be totally free and we can be totally happy and celebrated but we must believe and wait for our change to come.

Adieu Madiba the Greatest!

Monday, December 9, 2013

D.J Gosporella Testifies!

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, I apologise for not posting in a while, my blog had demons preventing me from posting ...LOL! and I just cast them out in the name of Jesus. The Holy Spirit is indeed a teacher, I asked Him what to do and He gave me a solution to a problem I had been trying to solve for over 2 months! Thank You Jesus.
I bring you the testimony of D.J Gosporella, he is the pioneer strictly gospel music Disc Jockey in Nigeria today; a professional gospel DJ with over 20 years’ experience, he D.Js at Christian events, weddings, birthdays and corporate events and he also anchors gospel zone on The Beat 99.9 FM every Sunday between 7-11 am. 

Enjoy... How did you become born again?

D.J Gosporella: I became born again while in tribulation. I had need of money to execute a contract and I didn't have it. The person I met for a loan didn't have but offered me Christ instead and he said "if you accept Christ now, by tomorrow morning, your money problem will be solved". I did and the issue was solved by the next day. That was 20 years ago.