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Diocese of Owerri kicks off 60th anniversary programme today with posthumous awards

Activities marking the 60th Anniversary of the Anglican Diocese of Owerri kicks off today with Posthumous Awards to be given in honour of those who have contributed to the growth of the diocese. A release, signed by the Chairman, Publicity and Protocol Sub-Committee of the Anniversary Planning Committee, Sir Martin Ebe, who is also the […]

10 Christians die daily for their faith … In Nigeria – US Group

An American Christian group, Open Doors USA, has estimated that 10 Christians in Nigeria die every day for their faith. The group’s CEO, David Curry, who spoke recently about the struggles facing Nigerian Christians on the Pure Flix Podcast, explained that “There are these Islamic terrorist groups with safe haven in the north and the […]

Chinese govt clamps down on Christians

Two members of a church raided by Chinese authorities have fled to Taiwan and are now speaking out about the country’s crackdown on Christianity. Liao Qiang and his family were members of the 800-member Early Rain Covenant Church, an unregistered illegal congregation in Sichuan province that was stormed by Communist authorities in December. The officials […]

Ihedioha unfolds Imo govt’s plan for ‘Alaba’ traders Naze

Governor of Imo State, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha CON, has reiterated his commitment to ensuring the welfare of traders in the state. The governor also said his government is poised to providing basic infrastructure as part of his plans towards ensuring a conducive environment for business and economic boost in the state. He stated this […]

Bishop Oparah appoints Ven. Samuelson director Trinity College Owerri Study Centre

A director has been appointed for the proposed Owerri Study Centre of the Trinity Theological College, Umuahia. He is Venerable Chike Anthony Samuelson, who is also the Clerical Synod Secretary (CSS) of the Anglican Diocese of Owerri, and presently the Archdeacon incharge, Uratta North Archdeaconry, as well as the Vicar of St. Titus Anglican Church, […]

You must be part of push to expand God’s Kingdom – Bishop Oparah tells fathers

By Chukwudi Ikpe The Anglican Bishop of Owerri Diocese, Rt. Rev. Chukwuma Oparah, Ph.D, JP has called on Christian fathers to join hands with the Diocese, individually and collectively, in its church planting programme, as a way of expanding God’s Kingdom and fulfilling His mandate. He made the call while delivering his Presidential Address at […]

Bishop Osuegbu’s father-in- law buried

The Anglican Bishop of Okigwe, Rt. Rev. Edward C. D. Osuegbu, has lost his father-in-law, late Sir Geoffrey Samuel Anosike Ndubeze. Reports reaching Christian Voice said that Sir Ndubeze was on Friday, June 28, laid to rest in his hometown, Uchuala Udo, in Ezinihitte Mbaise Local Government Area, Imo State. Preaching at the funeral service […]

Bishop calls for discipline among fathers

By Chukwudi Ikpe Christian fathers have been charged to see themselves as agent of positive change and strive hard to remain focused, diligent and committed in order to advance the Kingdom of God. An Anglican Prelate and the Bishop of Gwagwalada Diocese in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Rt. Rev. Moses Bukpe Tabwaye gave the […]

Ortom goes Biblical on RUGA … Commends FG for its suspension

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State, whose state is the most embattled since the announcement of the RUGA policy, has described the suspension of the programme as “victory for all peace loving Nigerians. In a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Terver Akase, the elated governor quoted from the Holy Bible, saying “you shall […]

Ikeduru Knights end business meeting

This year’s first business meeting of the Council of Knights, Anglican Diocese of Ikeduru took place weekend at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church Akabo, in the Ikeduru Council Area of Imo State with a call on members to always serve and with joy and true faith. Addressing members of the noble order, the bishop of the […]

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