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Showing posts from January 15, 2017


There is a great misconception in the church, it is the division that has set denominations against denominations. And this is a bad independent spirit that has hindered the church more than anything the devil could ever do. Jesus said, a kingdom divided against itself cannot stand. This division has affected the love and fellowship of brothers and sisters in Christ more. When two believers meet, they are more conscious of which denomination they belong to than which body they both belong. We are the body of Christ! One body! Paul said in 1Corinthians 12:12 Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ. 13 For we were all baptized by one Spirit so as to form one body—whether Jews or Gentiles, slave or free—and we were all given the one Spirit to drink. 14 Even so the body is not made up of one part but of many. 15 Now if the foot should say, “Because I am not a hand, I do not belong to the body,” it would not for that rea

Easter 2016 in Memory

The Blood of Jesus Set Us Free. That is the greatest news!  For us at the World Missions Centre, Abidjan Ivory Coast, last year 2016's Easter was a great time of bringing to people the word of God, the gospel of salvation through Christ Jesus. Our team was out in Anono, an Ebrie Community in the heart of Abidjan the capital of the Ivory Coast. We were able to reach over 500 people in an open air preaching and one-on-one style evangelism as well as feed kids and adults with breakfast. We give God praise for all He did. Here are highlight of our humble state outreach. The truth is that many people heard the gospel and rejoiced at the word of the Lord. Anono Community Arrival and Waiting Getting ready Feeding the hungry Announcing the Love of Jesus David, with his new friends of Jesus. The received Christ with joy! Our team mate Elisa (middle) with her new found friends Our Team of the Day, Photographer at post

Sudanese Persecution updates

SUDAN: PASTOR RELEASED The Rev. Kuwa Shamal, one of four men detained in Sudan since December 2015, has been released. During a Jan. 2 hearing, the judge ruled there was not enough evidence against the pastor. Kuwa, along with three other men, had been charged with “crimes against national security” in Khartoum, Sudan. The trial for the Rev. Hassan Abduraheem, Czech aid worker Petr Jasek and Abdulmonem Abdumawla, a student, will continue Jan. 9 when defense lawyers are scheduled to present their case. The three men face several criminal charges, including “waging war against the state” and “spying.” If found guilty, these men could face the death penalty or life in prison. Mr. Jasek, a former hospital administrator with 20 years of experience in health care, has previously assisted VOM in providing care to persecuted Christians in Sudan and Nigeria, including medical care for Christians attacked by Boko Haram. In the first letter Mr. Jasek sent to his family after his arrest i