Assemblies of God Nigeria National Prayer Day DATE FRIDAY 17th FEBRUARY 2023
The General Council
Assemblies of God Nigeria Presents
NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER One Night of Solemn Assembly.
Tagged: The Glory of the latter House
Date: Friday, February 17, 2023
Time: 10pm till dawn
Venue: ALL Sectional Headquarters in the District.
All Ministers / Members are to Participate.
*If my people who are called by my name shall humble* *themselves and pray and seek my face, turn from their wicked* *ways, then will I hear from Heaven and heal their Land.*
Devote yourselves to Prayer.
Stay alert in it with Thanksgiving.
The General Superintendent Assemblies of God Nigeria Rev Dr Abel Ukachi Amadi yesterday visited Amb. Dr & Mrs. Daniel Nosakhare Eghobamen one of the Trustee of AGN and prayed for him and the family.
The GS also visited the Edo South District Superintendent Rev. E. O. Irabor before proceeding to the Church Dedication.
The General Superintendent Rev. Dr Abel Ukachi Amadi officially Commissioned/Dedicated the Ultra Modern Church Auditorium of Assemblies of God Church Ivbiotor Branch 12. Omoroegbe Street Benin City Edo State under Edo South District.
The Host Minister Rev. J. A. Lawani thanked the General Superintendent and his team for coming and also prayed for God to continue to protect and keep him.
The General Superintendent during his message thanked the Host minister Rev. A. Lawani, the Church members who contributed in making sure that this vision was realised. He also thanked the District Superintendent Rev. E. O. Irabor who was also part of the project during the time he pastored the church.
To God be the Glory.
The General Superintendent Assemblies of God Nigeria Rev Abel Ukachi Amadi Ph.D. yesterday conducted the Bye-election for the Edo Mainland District Edo State.
The GS Rev. Abel Ukachi Amadi Congratulates the newly elected Assistant District Superintendent Rev.Dickson Agbontaen, The District Secretary Rev. Patrick E. Akpasubi, and the three other members of the presbytery Rev. Solomon Osagie, Rev. Ighodalo Edward and Rev. Timothy Enagbonma.
The General Superintendent during the Mini Council preached on the Unstoppable Church.
The congregation at the end of the Council prayed for the General Superintendent for God’s protection and preservation of him and the family.
The District Superintendent Rev. Sunday Oyaletor thanked the General Superintendent and the Executive Committee member Rev. Robert Ama South East Zone 1 for coming.
Edo Mainland District Presbytery
Rev. Sunday E. Oyaletor – District Superintendent
Rev. Dickson Agbontean – Assistant District Superintendent
Rev. Patrick E. Akpasubi – District Secretary
Rev. Wilfred Osunbor – District Treasurer
Rev. Solomon Osagie – Member
Rev. Ighodalo Edward – Member
Rev. Timothy Enagbonma – Member
The Assemblies of God Nigeria (AGN) is a pentecostal Christian denomination in Nigeria, and is one of the largest Pentecostal movements in Africa. It was founded in the early 20th century and has since grown to become a significant religious and social force in the country. The AGN is part of the larger Assemblies of God World Fellowship, a global network of Pentecostal churches.
The AGN is known for its emphasis on revival, the work of the Holy Spirit, and the gifts of the Spirit, such as healing and speaking in tongues. The denomination is also active in social and community development programs, including education, healthcare, and economic empowerment initiatives.
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The AGN has a strong presence throughout Nigeria, with thousands of churches, schools, and other institutions, and a large and active membership. It is also influential in other parts of Africa and the world, and is actively engaged in missions and outreach programs both locally and internationally.
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