Top 5 most expensive churches: 1. Winners Chapel. Pastored by world famous and super-rich Bishop David Oyedepo, the Living Faith Tabernacle is the most expensive church in Nigeria. It is also one of the most successful and prosperous churches in Nigeria. This church auditorium is one of the biggest in Nigeria with a capacity of over 60,000 members.
One good reason why Bishop Oyedepo's wealth should not be criticized but be an example for Christians to learn from
We are very much aware of how some wealthy men of God are being castigated and dishonored by people. Some critics would say that men of God become rich only by the offerings and tithes offered by members of the church, while others would believe that such men of God are duly blessed by God for their faithful services and obedience both to God and mankind.
There is a young man in Nigeria popularly known as son of the prophet.Many people do not actually know him so much.
Ilana Omo Oodua leader, Professor Banji Akintoye, on Thursday raised the alarm that terrorists have surrounded Yorubaland and were planning attacks on assets in the region.The Second Republic Senator and renowned Historian made this known in a letter to South-West governors made available to newsmen by his media aide, Mr Maxwell Adeleye.
Founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo had been in the news for some days now, following his decision to sack some Pastors of the church. Photo Credit: Winners Chapel This has generated many reactions and comments from people about how pastors can be dismissed over low income.
A lot has been said about Winners' Chapel sacking 40 pastors, but I haven't come across any letter stating that they were sacked for not meeting their financial targets. First of all, understand the meaning of "Church growth index" as used as a reason for sacking those Pastors.
Bishop David Oyedepo while giving his sermon on the 1st of October, 2021, made some revelations about succeeding in Nigeria, that Nigerians must take seriously if they want to succeed. Photo credit: Winners Chapel The renowned man of God gave a sermon on the occasion of Nigeria's Independence Day celebration and revealed what is believed to be the secret of succeeding in Nigeria.
The founder of Citadel Global Community Church, Pastor Tunde Bakare, in a report published by PREMIUM TIMES, spoke about what he thinks of Bishop David Oyedepo, as he shades the Bishop. Pastor Bakare who criticized Oyedepo after donating his church as isolation center during the Covid-19 period has come with another strong words for the Bishop.
It is no longer news that some of the pastors in the Living Faith Church popularly known as "Winners Chapel" were sacked because of low funds raised in their respective branches in Nigeria. A few days ago a man of God alleged to be one of the pastors who were fired narrated that the management fired him alongside about 40 other pastors in their respective branches.
What eyes has not seen, nor ears heard will be the order of the day.God servant , bishop David Oyedepo is about to create a legacy in this our generation.
Feminism has caused a lot of problems in society today. Feminism means the campaign for the Advocacy of Women's Rights on the ground for equality of gender. The ladies have taken it as a means of disrespecting the opposite gender. Fight here and there cause of Feminism.
There is serious apprehension over the future of Yoruba people, as the renowned historian Professor Akintoye, writes to inform south western Governors, that a new set of terrorists have surrounded the entire south western region, waiting to unleash attack, on innocent citizens of the land.
Professor Banji Akintoye, the leader of the Ilana Omo Oodua, warned on Thursday that terrorists had encircled Yorubaland and were planning attacks on the region's assets.In a letter to South-West governors made available to reporters by his media aide, Mr Maxwell Adeleye, the Second Republic Senator and renowned Historian made this known.
It is a normal thing for every Christians to go to church on Sundays.It is a day that is set aside for Christians to pray, praise and meet their God.
Founder and General Overseer of the Living Faith Church also referred to as "Winners Chapel" Bishop David Oyedepo has reportedly sacked some members In his pastor's group for underperforming in their duties. News broke out this afternoon by popular news and entertainment blog on Twitter @ Naija_pr that some pastors in the living faith branch at Benue state have been sacked for lack of growth.
The urgly trend of anti-clericalism in the dastardly heneous and evil act of kidnapping Priests and Seminarians is on the increase in Nigeria and it's becoming worrisome & alarming. It's barely a year since the last incidence at the Good Shepherd Seminary, Kaduna which led to the demise of Seminarian Michael Nnamdi of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto.
Bishop David Oyedepo, The general overseer of the Living Faith Church famously known as "Winner's Chapel" has warned married couples of the dangers of not having an active sex life in their marriage. The clergy man made this known on a post, he shared on the, ministries social media handle, he clearly stated that a sex-starved marriage is headed towards destruction, and that married couples should always be available for each other, otherwise they would want to go elsewhere, where they will be accepted, and the results thereafter might not be too good enough.
Human being's as we all know possess different behaviour, some are good while some are bad and shameful.I'll say these bad behaviours are because of lack of home training and habits which where being mastered from young age.
The release of some pastors in Winners chapel has no doubt raised a lot of dust from so many Nigerians. Some are of the opinion that it is because those pastors were not able to generate a lot of funds from their members as well as other thoughts. Let's get some things very clear.
Stealing had become a side hustle for some young people, especially some that go to church with the motive of stealing something to go home with.