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Mission Report

“Partnership in Missions: An Introduction – By Adebusola Owokole

“In the realm of missions, the power of partnership is undeniable. As followers of Christ, we are called to join hands and hearts in spreading the Good News to the ends of the earth. Partnership in missions allows us to combine our resources, gifts, and prayers to have a greater impact on reaching the unreached and transforming lives. In this blog post series, we will explore the significance of partnership in missions, beginning with an introduction to its importance and biblical foundation…”
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“For me to live is Christ”: A Reminder and a Call to Action – By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“Today’s topic is derived from Philippians 1:21: “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” It brings to mind another verse from Galatians 2:20:

“I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.”

Reflecting on these verses, I realized that the statement “For me to live is Christ” serves as both a reminder and a call to action.

On one hand, it reminds us of the profound significance of the cross and the beautiful exchange that took place there. Our past, sins, shame, and guilt were nailed to the cross, and in return, we received a new life in Christ. It reminds us of the limitless possibilities and realities found in Jesus. It reminds us of our identity in Him and..”
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Walking in the Spirit: Nurturing a Divine Connection – By Sis Jane Edema

“In a world filled with distractions and endless demands for our attention, it can be challenging to maintain a sense of spiritual connectedness. However, the Bible offers us profound guidance on how to cultivate a deeper relationship with God through “walking in the Spirit.”

This powerful concept encourages us to align our thoughts, actions and desires with God’s will, enabling us to experience a more fulfilling and purposeful life.

In the next couple of paragraphs, we will explore the significance of walking in the Spirit and examine relevant Bible verses that shed light on this transformative journey.

▫️Galatians 5:16-25 – The Fruits of the Spirit:

One of the most well-known passages about walking in the Spirit can be found in…..”
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Missions in History: The James Hudson Taylor Story By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“James Hudson Taylor was a British missionary born 21 May, 1832. He is known as the founder of China Inland missions, an organisation that was instrumental in the spread of the gospel in China. James Hudson Taylor is the definition of someone who truly desired to preach Christ where he had not been named. He was instrumental in drawing the attention of many as the father will call to the ripe harvest in China.

Below are few lessons we can learn from the life of James Hudson Taylor…”
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Jesus Only Is Our Message By Sis Jane Edema

“As we embark on the mandate of making disciples of men, we must remember that Jesus alone should remain the focus, not His doings.

Emphasizing His doings (miracles, signs, wonders) over who He represents to the Body risks us birthing Christians without roots.

And the natural occurrence is a production of Christians who never abide when their faith is tested.

Jesus is the root, His doings are akin to fruits or leaves…..”
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Confessions of a Missionary (Part 4) By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“I am God’s representative on earth.
I legislate His will here on earth.
His will is done on earth just as it is in heaven.
May His kingdom come in every nation, in every tribe, in every tongue, in every language.
Our God reigns, let the earth be glad.

The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is upon me.

He has anointed me to proclaim liberty to the captive and opening of prison to them that are bound.
I decree freedom, liberation of people, nations from the power of darkness.

I proclaim the name of Jesus over the nations.
I disarm every link, operation, line of communication of the enemy in the nations.
I render their devices useless.

I decree that governments, media establishments, educational institutions, culture and thought patterns come in alignment with the word of God.
I cast down thrones, covens and everything raising itself above the knowledge of Christ.
They have been defeated
He has made a public display of them (Col 2:15).

It is finished!!

We sound the alarm; our God reigns over the earth.

Those who seat in darkness have seen a great Light…”
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The Unreached People’s Group By Sis Jane Edema

“It was my first missionary journey to Togo and we were on evangelism in one of the unreached communities.

As usual, I was with an interpreter since I didn’t have a grip on the local language.

We met a lady who was about to prepare lunch for her family and engaged her with the gospel.

As my custom is when sharing my faith, I asked her if she knows who Jesus is, and her response came back as NO!

I didn’t think the interpreter communicated my message correctly, so, I urged him to ask her again….”
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Confessions of a Missionary (Part 2) By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“I am a city set on a hill
I cannot be hidden
I go forth bearing precious seeds and I come back with rejoicing, bearing my sheaves with me; the evidence of a bountiful harvest

The soil that I plant on is fertile
No seed is lost
No one is lost
The words that I speak take a firm root in the the hearts of men
It withstands the rain, the sun, trials and tribulations of life

I am a Watchman on the tower
I will not keep silent till…”
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