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RHCC Holds Prayer Conference, Gives Succor To Widows, Others

Redeeming Hope
Posted: Jul 10, 2016 at 1:00 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Chinyere Abiaziem
Lagos-The Redeeming Hope Christian Centre, held her annual prayer conference at the headquarters in Ajuwon Ogun State, where scores of widows were presented with cash and food items.
During his sermon, Pastor Samuel Wright, Senior Pastor of the Church, spoke on the: “The Making Of A Champion”, and enjoined Christians to maintain holy living, so as to flourish in all areas and provide solutions to the problems of humanity.
Anchoring on the scripture, he gave the example of how David partnered with God and became a solution to his generation by defeating Goliath.
Relating his message to the present challenges the nation is faced with, he expressed optimism that Nigeria will be great again, if the citizens can choose to live holy.
“We have different levels of people. We have the poor; we have those that are just surviving. We have the rich and those that are wealthy and those that are flourishing. For you to flourish in all areas, you must give your life to Jesus, partner with God and make holiness your watch word,” Pastor Wright added.
Speaking on the community outreach where medical services were rendered and motor bikes given to assist cyclists, Pastor Funke Akinyemi who is in charge of the South Africa branches of the church said the community outreach is an addition the church came up with to give succor to people.
“As children of God we are to impact our generation positively. We are to show people the love of Christ. Some people are suffering and there are no people who help them. As God helps us we are going to do more in the next prayer conference,” she said.
Another leader in the church, Rike Bamidele expressed that everyone has a seed of a champion in him or her. She as well charged youths to live a focus life and avoid things that will distract them from serving God faithful, for them to excel in their career and all round.
Two of the widows who spoke with Independent Sunday, Mrs. Theresa Afolabi and Iyabo Asoroda expressed delight at the gesture of the church and prayed that God will help the ministry to keep the vision going.