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Posted by: | Posted on: January 2, 2017

Prayer and Projects 2017

Dear Beloved,

I bring you 2017 greetings of joy, victory and supernatural helps! We want to keep you posted with our programmes and projects for 2017. We ask that you please kindly pray along with us for their success.

Pray for the success of our Internet Missions Conference 2017 coming up on 7-8 April 2017. It will be a hackfest bringing together users and practitioners of IT to learn existing tools and re-strategize with new ones.

Pray for the entire Web Missions Team for divine guidance, supernatural speed and God’s favour on all their undertakings in 2017. Read More …

Posted by: | Posted on: January 1, 2016

Happy New Year 2016

Happy New Year!

It is our year of ‘Digital Connection

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The extraordinary grace of God shall reach the unreached through every digital lines and waves. The word of God shall be preached on the wings of technology with excellent strategies. God will connect his people to relevant persons and authorities for the advancement of his kingdom online.

Happy New Year 2016!

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© Rev. Emeka Ogbuju – Director, Web Missions Africa.
+234 (0) 803 261 8951 | E-mail: info@webpulpit.org

Web Missions » Cybermissions | Web/Blog Training and Development | Mobile Discipleship | Workshops & Conferences | Live Events Management | Relational Empowerment | +234 (0) 903 079 7424

Posted by: | Posted on: December 30, 2015

Recognise a favour

When someone does something good to you, no matter how little it may seem, please appreciate it. If its something that warrants thanksgiving in church, go ahead, praise God but never forget to also praise the man or woman God used. Many people remembers to thank God but forgets to thank the person God used. Appreciation they say is an application for more. This does not mean you should worship the person, it only means that you should say ‘Thank you’ privately and openly. This is how Apostle Paul does it – 1Co 1:4 “I thank my God always on your behalf, for the grace of God which is given you by Jesus Christ”

– adapted from ‘The 12 golden rules of keeping a relationship’ by Emeka Ogbuju

Thank you for reading our post!
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© Rev. Emeka Ogbuju – Director, Web Missions Africa.
+234 (0) 803 261 8951 | E-mail: info@webpulpit.org

Web Missions » Cybermissions | Web/Blog Training and Development | Mobile Discipleship | Workshops & Conferences | Live Events Management | Relational Empowerment | +234 (0) 903 079 7424

Posted by: | Posted on: December 30, 2015

Do your expectations

To excuse yourself is to accuse yourself! ‘He had not called me for 2 months’ may also means you had not called him for 2 months. Golden wisdom is to break the silence. Fulfill your own part. Be the first to give the gift. He who forgives first is the bravest. It is normal to expect things you deserved from others but it is better and greater to do the expectations to them. Jesus said in Mat 7:12 “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets.”

– adapted from ‘The 12 golden rules of keeping a relationship’ by Emeka Ogbuju

Posted by: | Posted on: October 8, 2015

Youths under 30 in Nigeria

Arise O’ Sleeping Youth of Nigeria!!!

Awolowo was (37), Akintola (36), Ahmadu Bello (36), Effiong (36), Balewa (34) and Okotie-Eboh (27), Enahoro (27) led the struggle for independence after the death of Macaulay. Only Zik was 42 at the time.
In 1966, the first coup was led by: Kaduna Nzeogwu (29) and countered by Murtala Mohammed (28), Theophilus Danjuma (28), Babangida (25), Nanven Garba (23), Sani Abacha (23), Shehu Musa Yaradua (23), and brought into power Gowon (32), Ojukwu (33), Obasanjo (29), Buhari (24).
Most of the military administrators who governed the states under the successive military regimes, most of whom are governors now, were under 30 years. Read More …