Please pray for Rev Lawan Andimi’s release!!! Continue reading
“Moskota village has become the scene of the agonies of Boko Haram.
Only the dead, only the displaced;
Only ghost villages, shops ransacked and emptied;
Only health centres plundered and looted;
Only cattle taken away; empty buildings.
Boko Haram struck – our founder Pastor Mokoni paid the price.
And when a pastor falls in Africa doesn’t that mean anything?
Only … emptiness.”
This is the song many Christians in Cameroon are singing together. Continue reading
Today, I read Psalm 94 in the The Passion Translation (TPT), and many parts of it were very relevant the situation with the Chibok girls. Here it is: Continue reading
From October 29-30, 12 Nigerian soldiers were killed by men who were probably from Boko Haram. These men and women are brothers, fathers, lovers, sisters, mothers, friends, and the list goes on…
Tonight, please just say a prayer for their families and loved ones, as they grieve their loved ones, and as Boko Haram continues to perpetrate such evil acts. Thank you.
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Believing in what Jesus Christ did—His death for our sins, and resurrection– is the only way to heaven. If you were to die today, where would you go? Learn more about Jesus, and how to get to heaven, here.
I wanted to share a piece of poetry I have recently done. I read an article from The Nation called “Boko Haram war narratives,” which dives into how how many leaders in Nigeria, and those who see over the war against BH (Boko Haram), are claiming that the fight against BH is “technically” over. I have written about this “news” before. The many “narratives” told by so many, from people on social media, to those in the Nigerian government, are telling different stories. In the midst of this, I want to know the truth… here is my plea. I hope it resonates, and causes you to pray over such corruption. Continue reading
He stood before the people, giving dismal, daunting news to those listening. “In total more than 37 aid workers have lost their lives in service of humanity since the beginning of the conflict,” Mr. Peter Ekayu, United Nations Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Activities (UN-OCHA), said. Continue reading