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PFN Ajah Chapter Kicks Off 2022 Annual Conference

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July 22, (THEWILL) – The long-awaited, soul winning conference of the Pentecostal Fellowship Of Nigeria (PFN), Ajah Chapter, commenced its fourth edition annual conference Friday, July 22, 2022.

The three-day meeting, with its theme ‘Grace For The Next Level’, promises to witness servants of God from different Christian organisations.

Speaking on a topic during the conference, “Building a Structure and System necessary for ministerial Growth”, Senior Pastor, Royal Family Bible Church, Dr Demola Fajimi, encouraged Christian faithfuls to be organised, as this would help them attain growth in their ministries.

“Like I said during the meeting, it’s not only the pastor, but everyone and this has to do with all the units. One’s social life has to align with the spiritual life. Your spirit must cooperate with your social life to have growth. They have to understand that the social life is as important as the spiritual life to achieve a better future.’

“For example, If your body is not properly aligned, stress will play in and this could only be achieved by sitting down and thinking of possible ways forward. We have to understand the importance of being properly organised.”

Fajimi, who was also the Founder, Joshua Bible School, while citing the scripture from the book of proverb 9:2 and Ephesians 4:16, Dr Fajimi advised faithfuls to responsibly emulate worthy lifestyles.

Worshipers, which gathered at Flourishing Vine Christian Centre, were advised to grasp the first day event topic for growing their ministries.

While unveiling one of the day’s plans, Pastor Ejegwa stated, “We are expecting the inflow of power and also we are expecting everyone to come out en masse, as the great minister of God will be ministering tomorrow.

On the day’s topic, “structuring our life for ministerial growth: he noted, ‘if your life is not organised, there is no way you can have growth. So we are expecting a change of life, a change of level and that has to start with organising your life, growth and if you don’t organise your life and your system, there is no way you can attain growth, whether in business or in ministry.’

The meeting, therefore, started with an opening prayer by Evan. Patrick Osagie, recognition of guests by Pastor Ige Olumuyiwa, welcome and opening charge by Pastor Joseph Oparaeke, Special ministration was done by Pastor Chioma Oparaeke, Guest Speaker, pastor James Ejegwa, among others.