Divine Healing After Conversion To Christianity

God called me to Christianity and when I became a Christian, I faced a lot of challenges but God’s infinite mercy delivered me. I’m supposed to have stepped out some time ago to testify of God’s goodness, my mind has not been at rest so I decided to step out today to testify. I’m grateful […]

After Joining RCCG, Challenges Of Many Years Ended

I have come to thank God for the salvation of my soul. I am grateful for the youths of this church who invited me at my place of residence to their programme. They said they wanted to do a programme and I said no problem that they are permitted. So, I took them to a […]

A Formula For Victorious Living – Part 2 By Pastor J. F. Odesola

In Him is deliverance! We very quickly fall prey to our old nature and this is seen when we commit sin of the flesh and the sins of the spirit. The sins of the flesh include: “… Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, envying, murders, drunkenness, revelling, and […]

Religion And Politics In Nigeria – Part 1

Bosun Obafemi

By Bosun Obafemi Religion is a way of life and worship of a supreme being. This has to do with the belief in worshipping and praying to a superhuman controlling supernatural power. There are five notable big religions among several thousands in the world having millions of adherents. These include: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and […]

Religious Tolerance In Nigeria

Inter-religious dialogue

Nigeria is at the moment becoming a shadow of itself. The tension in the air all across the country is palpable. This tension is fuelled by religious crisis that is avoidable. Religious crisis and non-state actors are taking advantage of this crack in the country to foment terrorism in different parts of the country. On […]

Pentecostalism in Nigeria


The history of Christianity in Nigeria would be incomplete without reference to Pentecostalism. The colonists came with evangelism but Pentecostalism in Nigeria started with homegrown Christianity and the thirst for revival in the early 20th century. There is no doubt that, Pentecostalism is an offshoot of Catholicism and other orthodox churches but Pentecostalism imbibed the […]