Prayer points for Winners Chapel 21 Days Fasting. 2019 Winners Chapel Intercessory Prayer Guidelines is out and available on this website ( IvoryFile.com ) The following are the selected prayer points for the ongoing prayer and fasting of the Living Faith Church aka Winners’ Chapel. Members who want to partake in the spiritual exercise are advised … Read moreWinners Chapel Fasting Prayer Points – 2019
Principles of Sowing and Reaping. [nextpage title=”Next” ] What kind of seeds have you been sowing lately? Even though not many of us are farmers or gardeners, all of us are sowers and reapers. There are some important principles about sowing and reaping which we need to understand. Galatians 6:7 states the first principle very clearly: Do not … Read morePrinciples of Sowing and Reaping – Is it Biblical?
GOD PROMISES FOR THE MEEK. History is filled with stories where it appears that those who do evil prosper while righteous and God-loving people suffer without cause. In Psalm 37, troubled people find the encouraging reminder that wrongdoers will not endure forever, and that “the meek will inherit the land and enjoy peace and prosperity” … Read moreYou can be Meek & be Bold At The same time & Still Get this…
SHILOH 2017 MESSAGE – Faith Oyedepo’s Teaching. Pastor Faith Oyedepo, speaking at the 2017 Shiloh event addressed immorality found with both the young and old in the church. In her message Friday morning titled: ‘The Force of Hope’, she prayed that the God who disappointed her adversaries would disappoint the adversaries of believers present, both … Read moreFaith Oyedepo Tackles Immorality in Church – Shiloh 2017 Message
SHILOH 2017 DAY3: Unlocking our heritage of new dawn in Christ (Part 4) By Bishop David Oyedepo. See the teachings from the day 3 of this year Shiloh event. “The force of wisdom” Job 28:7-28 shows how far above this wisdom is. No matter the heat on the earth, it’s able to locate the treasures. … Read more#SHILOH2017 DAY3: Unlocking our heritage of new dawn in Christ (Part 4)
A ministry leader once tried an interesting communication experiment. Holding giant whiteboards and some markers, he engaged passersby on his city’s streets. On one whiteboard, people were asked to write what they wanted to tell the church. The messages weren’t very kind. On the other board, people were asked to write, “What do you want … Read moreThe Great Divide
My friend Phil began chemo treatments in December 2016 for an aggressive form of lymphoma cancer. By God’s grace, he’d been prepared for this challenge in many ways. His wife had battled cancer several years before, and he had seen me go through several treatments in my own battle with an aggressive lymphoma. He had … Read moreIn Preparation
Recently, my two sons (both in their early teens) and I, along with a few friends, gathered in our front yard with one mission: to take down our massive, old ash tree and turn it into firewood. The tree was perhaps forty feet tall, with a trunk the size of a small car. For an … Read moreGrowing into Our Life