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Kolade, Bamgbola, Osa-Oni, Four Others Inducted Into Kingdom Men BoT

Rev Dr Phillip Okerentugba; Archbishop John Osa-Oni; Apostle Alexander Bamgbola and Rev Michael Udonquak.
Posted: Oct 18, 2016 at 8:02 pm   /   by   /   comments (2)

Kingdom Men’s Ministry, committed to discipline of men, inaugurated its Board of Trustees (BoT) to signal its entry into a new phase in its assignment.

At an event held in the state alongside its Men’s Breakfast Roundtable, renowned Nigerian diplomat, Dr. Christopher Kolade was appointed as the chairman of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the Ministry.

Other members of the Board inducted include current Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Lagos Chapter and founding Senior Pastor of Zion City of the Lord Ministry, Apostle Alexander Bamgbola and Archbishop John Osa-Oni who is the presiding Archbishop of Vineyard Christian Ministries.

Also inaugurated was Pastor Uwem Michael Udonquak who is the Managing Director of Global Risk Consulting Limited and representing the Senior and Founding Pastors of Christ Chapel International Churches (CCIC) Rev. Dr Tunde Joda and his wife, Rev. (Mrs) Ebun.

Renowned lawyer and a serving member of the Church Advisory Council of the CCIC, Rev Raphael Ajibola Oluyede is also on the Board.

To complete the inaugural BoT are: The Very Rev Sunday Ola Onadipe, Rector of the Methodist Theological Institute, Shagamu; Rev Dr Phillip Okerentugba who is the Regional Coordinating Pastor for Port Harcourt, Owerri and Bayelsa of Christ Chapel International Churches.

Rev. Remi Akano, who is the Chief Vision Steward serves as an ex-officio member of the Board.

Speaking on the behalf of the BoT, Archbishop Osa-Oni said, “the challenges facing men are obviously enormous in the time we live in, but in all of these, God has made a way of escape for every man who believes in the promises of the Almighty.”
Continuing, he elaborated: “The newly inaugurated Board of Trustees will work in close concert with the Chief Servant Steward of this ministry and his team so as to ensure that the objectives for which Kingdom Men was established is accomplished, God willing. And we know that this ministry will go a long way to fulfil the yearnings of men around the world.”

A three-man panel of discussants: Pastor Popoola Adams, Rev Dr Phillip Okerentugba and Pastor Dayo Adeyemi of Catalyst Men’s International x-rayed the topic – ‘Men: Oppressors or Victims, and they emphasised that in His creation process, God never intended any man to be an oppressor or victim’. They pointed out that either of these occurs when the man loses his identity as a specie created in God’s image and likeness.

It was a general consensus among the guests that each time a man descends to either as a victim or an oppressor, he loses the shade of what God in his original plan created him to be – a spirit being created in God-kind.

Men were also admonished that in spite of what is happening in the country presently, they must not lose sight of whom God has created them to be – the ones who are created to make the difference and fulfill God’s plan for humanity.

Comments (2)

  • Ibrahim Musa Oct 18, 2016 at 8:50 pm Ibrahim Musa

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  • Bankole Dele Oct 18, 2016 at 8:37 pm Bankole Dele

    Nigeria custom auctioning bags of rice at a lower price of #8,500,Contact the marketing officer CUSTOM FEMI on 08166850637 Royal umbrella=8,500 Mama Gold=8,500 Royal stallion=8,500 Otunba=8,500 Rising sun=8,500 Special rice=8,500 Mama Africa=8,500 Royal crown=8,500 Ade Brazil=8,500 Elephant Gold=8,500 Super eagle=8,500, Tomato rice=8,500 Caprice =8,500,the minimum bags we can supply is as from 20 bags and above and we also make delivery to any part of Nigeria,the transportation cost to any address is #500,NOTE THAT THE TRANSPORTATION CUST HAS TO BE PAID BEFORE DELIVERING.

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