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The Great Commission

Confessions of a Missionary (Part 5): Intercession – By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“I am a watchman upon the gates.
I stand watch and do not hold my peace until His Kingdom is established upon the earth.
I am always on guard; I do not relent or retreat.
I travail until nations are delivered!

I do not fret about news or trends, but I take my position on the wall.
With prayers, supplications, and thanksgiving, I make my requests known unto…”
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“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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Preparing for the Second Coming of Christ – By Sis Gbemisola Dawn Fache

“As a younger believer, whenever I saw words like “second coming”, “rapture”, “judgement”, fear and hopelessness were my immediate reactions. I wasn’t sure of my salvation or destination after death, and I did not really know the Lord at that time.
However, after a few months or years of staying consistently under God’s Word and being assured of my salvation and destination in Christ, my fear of the second coming of Christ changed to joyful expectation and gratitude to Jesus for the gift of salvation.
What exactly should be the believer’s attitude to the return of Christ? Should we be afraid of judgement? What should we expect at His return?

The Bible does not leave us in the dark as regards the second coming of Christ and what a believer’s attitude to it should be.
“…This same Jesus, who has been taken from you into heaven, will come back in the same way you have seen him go into heaven.” Acts 1: 11
“…and he will appear a second time, not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who are waiting for him.”Heb. 9:28
“But our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a Saviour from there, the Lord Jesus Christ.” Phil. 2:20

It is clear from scriptures that…”

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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“‘Then it says, I will return to the house I left. When it arrives, it finds the house unoccupied, swept clean and put in order.’ – Mathew 12: 44

An unoccupied heart is a heart without any content, void, having no occupant, spent in idleness or inactivity.

As Christians, our heart is like our home that needs to be occupied with what’s edifying and glorifying so as to make the most of our calling in thoughts, words and actions.

When you were saved, the blood of Jesus has already cleansed and put your heart in order. However you shouldn’t allow it to remain just like this, you must engage and fill it with the presence of God and the word of God.


▪Nature abhors a vacuum and….”

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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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Missions: An exposé on Apostle Paul – By Sis Gbemisola Dawn Fache

“Whenever I hear the word “missions”, the first picture that comes to my mind are imageries from the historical movies I watched growing up: swords, javelins, helmets, shields, a formation of soldiers marching in one accord, drums beating the war cry, and the soldiers looking all serious as they march straight for the target.

I think the dictionary gives a simple explanation: “An important assignment given to a person or a group of people…”

Missions in the believer’s context is….”

Mission & The Gifts of Healing By Sis Blessing C. Ugwu

“(Matthew 8: 2 -3)
A man with leprosy came and knelt before Him and said, “Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.”
Jesus reached out His hand and touched the man. “I am willing,” He said. “Be clean!” Immediately he was cleansed of his leprosy.”

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