It was a weekend of joy and special thanksgiving to God for nine indigent persons, including a cancer patient whose medical bills were paid by the Anglican Diocese of Ikeduru under its “Care and Charity Outreach”.
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Anglican Communion needs urgent reformation - Primate
Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria, The Most Rev'd Nicholas D. Okoh, has stated that the Anglican communion is in need of a new reformation.
Imo FRSC has no ambulance for its operations
An official of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC)in Imo State has disclosed that the command has no ambulance in its fleet.
Egbu Diocesan Synod kicks off Thursday
Egbu town in Owerri North LGA of Imo State will play host to various arms of the Anglican Diocese of Egbu and other Christian faithful as the First Session of the Eight Synod of the diocese kicks off there on Thursday, Nov 2, at the Cathedral Church of All Saints, Egbu.
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Kachikwu: Lest Buhari forgets.. By Emma Agu
What those who denied the Minister of Petroleum, (State), Ibe Kachikwu access to President Muhammadu Buhari have succeeded in doing is to force the man out of the cabinet earlier than the President probably had planned. For, if he had been allowed to see the President, his letter to him on the activities of Maikanti Baru, group managing director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation ( NNPC), would have been averted and the public uproar generated by the letter and its handling would similarly have been averted. That opportunity has been lost.
Monday, October 23, 2017
OWERRI'S DISPLACED PERSONS
Too many people have been dislodged from their places of business and abode in the urban renewal drive in Owerri. The name urban renewal sets our minds in sweet anticipation that the face of this city will soon be changed for the better. It will hopefully be a new, modern city for which both the government and the people will be proud.
Our schools stink, says Bishop, calls for sanitization of varsities - Bishop
Bishop Geoffrey Okorafor of the Anglican Diocese of Egbu has spoken angrily about the state of affairs in Nigeria's education sector, even as the country celebrates to 57 years of nationhood.
Thursday, October 19, 2017
We are not walking together - GAFCON to Canterbury
The persistent assertions that the Primates of the Anglican Communion are 'walking together', do not reflect the reality.
Pope tasks Internet companies on pornography
Pope Francis has told executives of leading Internet companies to use 'their great profits' to defend children from sexual exploitation and other dangers lurking online.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Shun gifts that mortgage your faith - Archbishop Nwosu tells Christians
Christians have been advised to reject gifts that are capable of mortgaging them to any other faith than Christianity.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
2017 Owerri Diocesan Synod organizers patted on the back
Organizers of the just- concluded four-day synod of the Anglican Diocese of Owerri, held at Christ's Church Archdeaconry Owerri, has continued to receive commendations from people of different tribes, both within and outside the country for a job well done.
Why Christians must guard the Gospel - Bishop Okorocha
Anglican Bishop of Owerri, Rt. Rev. Cyril C. Okorocha PhD, has called for the reintroduction of sound education rooted in the scriptures.
Monday, October 16, 2017
Ikeduru Diocese holds first singing competition
The first ever singing competition among choirs in Ikeduru Anglican Diocese was held last weekend amidst joy and spiritual fulfillment by the faithful in the Diocese.
Thursday, October 12, 2017
You have no reason to demolish our structures - Christ’s Church Vicar tells IMSG
The fence and structures of Christ Anglican Church, Owerri, venue of the 2017 Synod of the Owerri Anglican Diocese, which were demolished recently in the ongoing urban renewal programme of the Imo State Government were duly authorized by the state and local governments before they were built.
The Vicar of Christ Church, Ven. Zion Ngoka, has said this while fielding questions from newsmen on the Synod of the Owerri Anglican Diocese.
He lamented the pains people have been subjected to following the demolition exercises, and expressed dismay that despite the fact that necessary fees were paid for the church structures, some overzealous agents of the state government still went on to deface the church which is hosting an important event in the Diocese.
He advised government on the need to give a human face to their urban Renewal programme, stating that his church was a refugee camp for the traders during the demolition of Eke-Ukwu Owerri central market.
Venerable Ngoka assured that the synod will usher in spiritual revival and renewal as well as enhance social interactions in the church for unity of purpose.
According to him, “Synod is the governing body of a branch of Christianity called Anglican church and Anglican church is that branch of Christianity that is episcopally led and philosophically governed and from the etymology of the word, synod means agreement, that is, parishes coming together to discuss the challenges and the faith of the Christian Community within a particular area”.
He pointed out that the delegates which comprise the elected laity and ordained men of God from the various parishes that constitute the Archdeaconries came with their parish reports that contain the history and development of their faith and the challenges they are having as a body of Christ within their areas.
The man of God also informed that the people generate the ideas or issues to be discussed but the Bishop moderates to ensure that the people are properly guided to be in tandem with biblical teachings.
He said that the resolutions of the synod which has the theme “Guard The Gospel”, will guide the church in its operations in the next three years.
(c) Christian Voice Newspaper
Rebrand Anglican TV network - Primate Okoh tells new board
The Primate of All Nigeria Anglican Communion, Most Revd. Nicholas D. Okoh, has charged the members of the newly constituted board of the Anglican Cable Network Nigeria (ACNN TV) to lead the communion to a quality station which will make ACNN TV a household name in the country, adding that the Lord is in need of it.
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Owerri Diocese to celebrate CATOL’S dedication Dec. 20 2017
A date has been fixed for the celebration of the completion of the CATOL building, which was dedicated by the Primate, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Nicholas Okoh in May this year.
Ikeduru Diocesan Synod kicks off Thursday Oct. 12 2017
St. Simon's Anglican Church Ugiri-Ike , venue of the 3rd Session of the 3rd Synod of the Anglican Diocese of Ikeduru, is now wearing a new look, as more than 1,000 delegates from within and outside the diocese are expected at the auspicious event.
Pray, plead for God’s Presence ... In times like this. - Bishop tells Christians.
Bishop Cyril C. Okorocha Ph.D of the Anglican Diocese of Owerri, has called on Christians to return to the lifestyle of “Churchmanship” which, he said, is characterized by the presence of God in the church.
Monday, October 9, 2017
Bishop weeps for Imo schools ... Over poor infrastructure
As schools in Imo State reopen for the current session, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Egbu, the Rt. Rev. Geoffrey Okorafor, has bemoaned the infrastructural decay in the educational sector of the state.
Friday, October 6, 2017
Your face: A window into your health
It's been said that the eyes are a window to the soul. Your face is also a window—by looking closely at your facial features, you can read details of your own health. Sometimes looking into the mirror may show something surprising, even unsettling. But how can you know whether a facial change is cause for concern or something harmless?
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Natural disasters and a loving God: How do we reconcile the two?
Many of us have watched our TV screens in horror as Hurricane Maria rips through the Caribbean and Mexico deals with the aftermath of a deadly earthquake. Before Maria, Hurricanes Irma and Harvey brought further destruction, while monsoon floods in south east Asia left around 1,200 people dead.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Sierra Leone pastor arrested for ‘blasting’ Islam
The pastor who founded one of Sierra Leone's largest churches has been arrested after recordings of a sermon he gave targeting Muslims appeared online.
Church of Nigeria gets new Chancellor ... And Kwara Province gets new Archbishop
Former Nigeria's External Affairs Minister, Odein Ajumogobia, SAN, has been appointed the new Chancellor of Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion).
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Christ Church glows ... As Owerri Diocesan Synod kicks off Thursday Oct., 5, 2017
The Anglican faithful in the Diocese of Owerri will on Thursday, Oct. 5, converge at Christ's Church, Owerri for this year's synod of the diocese.
What we expect from our priests By Emma Omumah
In recent times precisely on Sunday 23rd July, 2017, the Anglican Diocese of Owerri had an ordination service, which included the collation of Canons and installation of Archdeacons at the Cathedral Church of the Transfiguration of Our Lord (CATOL) Owerri. The theme of the ordination service was: "Recovering the Spirit of Divine Vocation in Christ and Ministering in Transparency under God's Sovereign Intervention".
Monday, October 2, 2017
Joshua fights Pulev Oct 28 ... World heavy weight clash
Anthony Joshua will defend his world heavyweight titles against Kubrat Pulev at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff, on October 28.
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