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As 2017 comes to an end and by God’s special grace, within few hours we will be in 2018, it is important to set your goal and targets for the New Year. Most times, many of us are used to setting and having numerous, unrealistic and unachievable New Year resolutions.

President Buhari’s Christmas Message To Nigerians

The President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has felicitated with Christians as he releases Christmas message to Nigerians. Below is a full statement from President Muhammadu Buhari felicitating with Nigerians: Dear Compatriots, I felicitate with all Nigerians, particularly our Christian brothers and sisters, on the occasion of this year’s Christmas day celebration. The commemoration of

Tips On How to Celebrate 2017 Christmas

As we approach the season of christmas, we must endevour to do thing so as to suit into God's plan of sending His only begotten son to come to the word and die for wretched sinners like you and I. Isaiah 9:6 says,"For unto us a child is born, unto

Ex-Satanist Who Claims He Regularly Talked to the Devil Issues Major Halloween Warning for Christians

A Satanist-turned-pastor is warning Christians against celebrating Halloween, proclaiming that it is an evil holiday that believers simply shouldn’t partake in. “Sometimes people say, ‘I celebrated Halloween 10 years ago, I did this 15 years ago, I did this 20 years ago,'” John Ramirez told CBN News’ “Prayer Link.” “But the

Iranian Christians Celebrate New Believers in Mass Baptism

Being a Christian in Iran is very dangerous. Christian converts face persecution in many forms, but that hasn’t stopped 20 Iranian Christians from recently getting baptized. CBN News reports that many in the group of Christians converted to Christianity years ago, but have had to wait to be baptized due

Forex Rate may Affect 2017 Christian pilgrimage

The recent foreign exchange (forex) crisis may affect the 2017 Christian pilgrimage since the pilgrims, both Christians and Muslims alike, may be asked to pay their bills based on exchange rates. The unfolding forex crisis is coming on the heels of the Federal Government’s directive to the Central Bank of Nigeria