Cleric urges pilgrims to prioritise evangelism



By Bridget Ikyado

Amman, Jordan ,Mr Romi Abu Romi, the Tour Guide to Nigerian Christian Pilgrims in Jordan, has advised Christians to always prioritise evangelism as instruction from God’s word.

Romi made the call, while addressing the 9th batch of the 2022 pilgrims on tour in Jordan.

He said evangelism must be prioritised, as “it is the easiest means to have communication with God, learn spirituality and get issues resolved..resolved in our lives,families and nation

“There are no Nigerians in Jordan, the people are very friendly with other religions, young evangelists can decide to migrate through proper documentation and work for God here too.”

Romi, a 70-year old teacher and evangelist from Jerusalem said the current state of insecurity, poverty and bloodshed across that nation showed there was dire need to deepen the spread of the gospel to enable evil doers to change for good.

According to him, Jordan consists of 97 per cent Islam and three per cent Christians, urging young evangelists to key into evangelism in countries like Jordan.

He urged Christian faithful to be more involved in evangelism and shine as light wherever they found themselves and be exemplary.

He stressed the need for religious migration to be encouraged, adding that such would bring blessings upon nations, enhance national development, promote trade and communal living.

The tour guide said that the practice of evangelism would promote salvation and soul winning as instructed by Jesus Christ.