The Divine Faith Evangelical Mission International Agbor, has held its annual thanksgiving service of the year 2022 with lots of successes and testimonies.

The event, which was attended by members of the church’s widows’ forum from Issele-Uku, Abovo, Umunede, Idumuesah, Igbodo, Emuhu and Alifekede, also enjoyed the presence of the traditional ruler of Igbodo Kingdom, Obi (Barr) Ikechukwu Osedume 1, represented by the President General of Igbodo Kingdom Worldwide, Mr Igah and the Commandant of the Federal Road Safety Training School, Owa Alero, Mrs Kudirat Ibrahim, the Inneh of Agbor, Chief Nkenchor among others.

Speaking on the reasons for the thanksgiving, the General Overseer of the church and proprietor of Job’s Orphanage and Saint Stephen’s Trust Widows’ Home, Prophet Joseph Igbodo, said the most important was the gift of life, as the church did not bury any of its members all through the year.

Prophet Igbodo added that all the evangelical programmes organized by the church recorded huge successes, pointing out that God blessed Job’s Orphanage with a Sienna Bus, 2008 model, while four of the inmates gained admission to the university during the outgoing year.

The G.O further stated that the Widow’s Forum recorded expansion during the year, with over 40 pastors joining the team and over 40 young widows empowered with the sum of N300,000 each to support their trades.

He said the church had remained a place for healing, deliverance, financial breakthrough, breaking of generational curses, marital delay and divine solution to barreness, and urged the worshippers to continually trust in God for breakthroughs and solutions to their problems.

Prophet Igbodo came hard on fake pastors and idol worshippers, whom he said had led many astray and urged those concerned to repent and draw close to God or face His wrath. 

The thanksgiving service featured praise and worship, gospel musical performance, special thanksgiving offering, among other activities.

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