Cleric tasks Christian leaders on unity


Cleric tasks Christian leaders on unity

By Bridget Ikyado

The Provincial Pastor, Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG-FCT 17) Mr Moses Adeyanju has urged Christian leaders to unite for the advancement of the gospel irrespective of denominations.

Adeyabju who made the call at the first anniversary celebration of the province on Sunday in Abuja, said that there are no denominations in heaven.

He said that there was no need for the church of God to suffer or stagnat the spread of the gospel on account of determination.

“Today I want say, I am happier because it is not easy to gather the veterans who God had used for this Church.

“I thank God because during their stay, the Church did not scatter rather growing strong and stronger.

“I call on the pastors within and outside the RCCG mission to unite towards promoting the gospel of Jesus Christ.

“There is no denomination in heaven, it is here on earth that we have denominations, let us pray and work together for the glory of God.

“I have never been part of the cycle of founding pastors but I’m very happy to gathered all founding pastors, veterans to mark one year provincial anniversary,” he said.

Also, a former pastor of the province, Rev. Matthew Morakinyo advised Christians to keep on focusing on God for better future amidst challenges confronting the country.

He commended the determination of the faithful towards the growth of the church, urging them not to relent in thanking God and making their request known to Him.

“God is more than able to do beyond our expectations, therefore, do not look down on yourself,” he said.

The high point of the event was presentation of awards to outstanding pastors who had served in the Church ever since its establishment in 2006 and other distingushed Church members.

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