The Two Biggest Church Conventions On Earth

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The biggest annual church conventions on Earth namely The Redeemed Christian Church of God’s Holy Ghost Congress 2015 titled “Floodgates of Heaven” and Winner’s Chapel’s SHILOH 2015 titled “From Glory to Glory” both commenced on the 7th and the 8th of December 2015 respectively. Both events are attended by millions from around the World and viewed online from over 150 countries worldwide. Tune in to any of both power packed programs and watch God change your levels forever.


Message from Pastor E.A Adeboye concerning the Congress:
This is not just another Congress. If you ever wanted a breakthrough, your time is now in this the 18th since its inception in 1998. The Lord is set to open the floodgates of love, healing, joy and anointing unto you like never before so comes with great expectations and your life will never remain the same again.


Message from Bishop David Oyedepo concerning SHILOH 2015:
Shiloh is not a church congress or a special programme of the church. Shiloh is a prophetic convocation of the Winners Family Worldwide ordained for the advancement of God’s people both as individuals and as a commission. Shiloh 2015 shall be the platform for the birth of giants and you shall transcend from a level of glory to a higher level of GLORY (2 Corinthians 3:18). Come expectant

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More info on SHILOH:
VENUE: Faith Tabernacle, Km 10 Idiroko Road, Ota, Ogun State or the nearest Winner’s Chapel to you.
Morning: 6am to 11am
Evening: 7pm to 10pm

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More info on Holy Ghost Congress:
VENUE: Redemption Camp, Km 46 Lagos/Ibadan Expressway, Mowe, Ogun State.
Morning: 9am to 12pm
Evening: 6pm to 12am
ON DSTV: DOVE TV, Channel 349

President Goodluck Jonathan’s Message To Bishop David Oyedepo As He Turns 60 Today

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Bishop David Oyedepo popularly referred to as Papa by millions of followers, his children and fans marks his 60th birthday today. He is the founder and presiding bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide (Winners Chapel) boasting no fewer than 6000 branches and its 50,000-capacity Church Sanctuary (Faith Tabernacle) in Canaanland, Ota, Ogun State is listed as the largest church auditorium by Guinness Book of Records, he is indeed an institution. He is one of the most celebrated preachers in Africa if not in the World and is rated the wealthiest preacher in Nigeria by Forbes magazine.
A native of Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Bishop Oyedepo was born in Osogbo, Osun State on September 27, 1954 to Ibrahim, a Muslim healer and Dorcas, a member of the Eternal Order of the Cherubim and Seraphim (C&S) Movement Church. He was raised by his grandmother in Osogbo. Bishop David Oyedepo’s massive accomplishments as a devoted servant of God and his immense contributions to the education of Nigerian children has gone almost unrivaled with the establishment of 2 Universities and counting (Covenant University in Ogun State (my alma mater) and Landmark University, Kwara State) and over 300 Primary and Secondary schools nationwide.

In a letter written to congratulate Bishop David Oyedepo on his 60th birthday today, President Jonathan declared that Bishop Oyedepo’s life was “truly worthy of celebration”. “I write on behalf of my family, the Government and people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to rejoice with you as you mark your milestone 60th birthday anniversary. “Yours is, indeed, a life truly worthy of celebration. You have attained lofty heights not just as an accomplished selfless servant of God, but also in the committed service of community, country, and our common humanity. “You have not only committed to giving your all in pursuit of the massively impactful propagation of the Word, you have also embraced the cause of providing quality education for our children. “As Almighty God continues to bless you with robust health and many more years of happiness, uncommon accomplishment, and fulfilling service, it is my prayer that you will continue to partner with us in our quest to reposition Nigeria for peace, progress and prosperity,” President Jonathan wrote.

A great man is a year older today and on behalf of all Covenant University students/graduates, Winners Chapel members, his mentees, those that look up to him and those he has blessed with his ministry, we wish you a HAPPY BIRTHDAY Sir. May Divine blessing, strength, vitality, prosperity, buoyancy, youthfulness continually dwell with you. WE LOVE YOU.

Read Further:

Beifoh Osewele’s interview with Bishop David Oyedepo for The Sun Newspapers on his birthday

President Goodluck Jonathan’s birhtday message to Bishop David Oyedepo on his birthday

If You Are Not Linda Ikeji, Stop Gossip Talk

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There are two rules by which I adhere to in my quest for a happy trouble free life and they are;
Don’t gossip about someone else with me because I won’t support the gist. Don’t tell me what someone said about me because its their right to have an opinion of me and also my right to let it bother me or not and I choose not to even entertain it. When someone comes to you with the gist of how Peter and Stephanie at the office who are both married to different partners were seen holding hands or how Felicia was seen leaving the lecturer’s office late at night. Your reply shouldn’t be “wow, are you serious, please tell me more”. It should be “so what does that have to do with me?”
When someone else approaches you with religious talk like “what’s your take on the collapse of T.B Joshua’s building and subsequent bribing scandal affecting him” or “what’s your take on the divorce scandal rocking Pastor Chris Oyakhilome” or “what’s your take on the riches of Pastors like Bishop David Oyedepo”. Your reply should be, “how does it affect the price of garri in the market but if you insist on an answer, please read Matthew 7:1-5”.
Make sure gossip stops with you. Gossiping is the occupation of idle minds who don’t have enough work to do. It is also the domain of workers who have mindless jobs to do – jobs they can do without thinking and thus have to occupy themselves with inane chatter, tittle tattle, rumors, lies and malicious stories.
If you are not Linda Ikeji who has skillfully turned gossip talk (blogging) about celebrities into a money making franchise from whence she has become not only self sufficient but a millionaire then look for better avenues to spend your valuable time.

Prophetic Instructions From Bishop David Oyedepo

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I attended Winners Chapel’s midweek service today (18/06/14) and was tuned in via satellite to a live broadcast from Canaanland.
Bishop David Oyedepo ministered and gave various instructions that he told us to share with everyone via phone calls, sms, email, bbm and any means possible. So this is me obeying the instructions of my father in the Lord. Below are instructions delivered to us by God through Bishop David Oyedepo.


Instructions From Bishop Oyedepo (Papa):

The months of June and July indicates the midst of the year and this is the most critical part of the year. It is a season set apart to work for the Lord and it should be taken as the most spiritual time of your life. This period is our greatest season of opportunity; our prophetic season of opportunity. The midst of the year is the climax until Shiloh.

1. From now till the end of July should be taken as the most spiritual period of the year thus far.

2. A pamphlet was given out at the start of the year with prophetic declarations for the year. Study that pamphlet, put yourself in every declaration, read it loud to yourself and prophecy it into your life.

3. Every one must engage in the oil of destiny. This oil will destroy every enemy of your destiny. So therefore:

A. Anoint your homes and offices or business areas with the anointing oil (once).

B. Every morning when you wake up, anoint your forehead with the anointing oil before you set out to work or business (daily).

C. Every evening before you retire to bed, anoint your forehead and take a shot of the anointing oil (daily).

This is a prophetic instruction and should not be taken lightly. Take this very seriously because only a serious approach glorious result.


In the words of Bishop Oyedepo.
“This is one of the most humbling testimonies I have ever witnessed in my life. A man was called and told to come somewhere for a talk the next day. He left home in an okada. As he got back from where he went to, his children came out with umbrella to shield this father from the rain because it was drizzling only to see the same father that left in an okada arrive in a brand new jeep with an official driver. By the time I was speaking with him, he was about flying out in a private plane with his boss. Mind you this happened without him submitting application anywhere, there was no interview. There was no prophecy. This just happened from nowhere. I have never seen things happen this fast and unexpectedly in my life before.
This is our year of strange works and strange acts. As God did it for this man, God will give you this kind of unbelievable and sudden testimony this week in Jesus Name”.



On the 15th of June (sunday morning before service commenced), bombs were found on the premises and inside the Living Faith Church (a.k.a Winners Chapel), Port Harcourt Road, Owerri, capital city of Imo State. For more info:

Bishop Oyedepo led the church in a thanksgiving prayer for saving the lives of souls in the church and attributed the victory over Boko Haram to God through “the prayer of the faithful”. He said the battle line has been drawn and then prophesied backed by the Word of God in 2 Corinthians 20:22 that before the next of this week, Boko Haram will start fighting themselves. He added that there shall be waves upon waves of Divine judgment in their camp. They will shoot and kill themselves in Jesus Name.

Please, please and please. Share this with every Winners Chapel member you know and every Christian in general. Its an instruction from Papa and this is me doing my part. Please do yours.

Exceeding Grace, Strange Works. Strange Acts, Exceeding Grace & that’s our portion in Jesus Name, AMEN.

God bless you.