Humility

By Mrs. H. J. Mshelia Humility is a virtue of having a low view of one’s self. It is to be free from pride and arrogance, consequently, putting others first. The fallout of this is unity, togetherness, love and success

Water Tank project

Holy Heart, Holy Hands

Holiness starts from within, likewise corrupt tendencies

Sanctification

When does sanctification starts? Is it possible to live a life of perfection?

How to Show Love and Respect to Others. John 13

Jesus’ simple command requires greater strength than any of us naturally possess – it requires the Holy Spirit Introduction The Bible says we are to love one another. Sounds good, but can we do it? Whoever said, “I love mankind; it’s people I can’t stand,” Read more »

Be Transformed for Good Service 2 by Rev. J. J. Gadzama

A transformed person is patient, gentle, kind, obedient and godly. Until a person metamophosed from carnality to a new creature, he/she cannot be used by God. Be blessed as you watch and listen to the servant of God

Be Transformed for Good Service 1 by Rev. J. J. Gadzama

God uses only transformed person(s). This is because man in his Adamic nature has deviated from God and hence not eligible for God’s work. Be blessed as you watch and listen to the servant of God

Faithfulness in Choir Ministry

Just as God calls men into ministry as pastors, so he calls people into the choir ministry. When God call you, he expects faithfulness to the service he assign you because he trusts you and empowers you to deliver. Those in the choir ministry should Read more »

Sunday Sermon 21/06/2020

Topic: Pressing Forward In Faithfulness Text: Philippians 3:12-21 Mathew 28:18-19, 4:23, 5:16 Ephisians6:10-11 As a result of the mission work and persistence of the missionaries, they become light to the nation by bringing the good news of Jesus If as a result of this, how Read more »

Charge by COCIN President

As the saying goes, words of elders are words of wisdom so I invite you to listen to our spiritual father as he encourage and admonishes the body of Christ as we pass through one of the world’s deadliest pandemic