Denominational barriers pulling back, as Lagos CAN announces collaborative faith-building programmes

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It is a new dawn in the body of Christ in Lagos State, and Nigeria at large, as the church, more than ever before, is making itself ready for God’s divine visitation.

This is evident in the well-laid out programmes that will usher in new wave of spiritual awakening and unprecedented revival that will break all denominational barriers and empower the church for the challenges of this end-time.

“It is such a revival that will spur us to effectively fulfil Christ’s mandate of world evangelisation and get believers ready for heaven. We must arise, set aside all denominational divide and inhibition in response to the Spirit’s call for this crisis hour, and really, it is a crisis hour,” Alexander Bamgbola, chairman Lagos State Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), said enthusiastically as he rolled out series of programmes that will herald the heavenly outpouring.

According to Bamgbola, the coming events are direct offshoot of a recent ministers’ development and networking summit convened by the General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church, William Folorunso Kumuyi, aimed at equipping church leaders for kingdom expansion.

Recall that the summit brought together about 20, 000 ministers from all denominations in Lagos for edification, equipping and empowerment of the church leaders.

The CAN chairman, Lagos State, recalled that “The summit delivered on its promise as it is already yielding positive results.”

According to him, “To sustain this momentum, we have decided to leverage this positive development by putting in place networking support programmes that aim at further integrating and empowering the body of Christ.”

He further said that the convener of the summit, Pastor Kumuyi, has volunteered to put in time, financial and spiritual resources to help in this regard.

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