Life Is A Loan Not A Gift Says Rev. Attah
The Church of God Mission International, Ajeromi-Ifelodun Provincial Headquarters, Pastor-in-Charge, Rev Atchor Matthew, a Delta-born trained Psychologist and author, recently organised a glorious thanksgiving service to mark the beginning of 2016 which themed as ‘Greater Glory’.
Speaking at the well-attended thanksgiving service of the church, Rev Atchor said, my mission to rebrand this provincial headquarters to international standard of ministry. I am just new but everybody must have my leadership impact without doubt. This is a new Ajeromi-Ifelodun Church of God Mission and cannot be addressed as Cemetery Street again but Bolaji Street in Ajegunle.The sky is just the beginning for greater glory in the lives of our provincial headquarters members. God is ready to uplift every member higher this year and I pray for total commitment of God’s works in their lives.
Rev Sunday Attah, the guest speaker and mentor of Rev Atchor Matthew, who cited his scriptural verse from Luke 10:1-10, said life is a loan; God does not eat money but praises. Every member should learn to appreciate God with their gifts and the benefit of gratitude to work in His kingdom and nothing more, he added.
One of the church members who do not want his name on the print said, for the five years of this Ajeromi-Ifelodun Church of God Mission Provincial Headquarters, we have not seen such a mammoth crowd of this our thanksgiving service.Rev Atchor Matthew has brought spiritual and physical restoration to this Milk and Honey centre. He is a man of integrity and wants everybody to grow along with him. He remains a wonderful pastor to identify with in life.
Those who graced the thanksgiving service were highly placed ministers of God in Nigeria, technocrats, business moguls, musicians, leaders of thought, sailors, journalists and just mention but a few.Rev Atchor also thanked Rev Sunday Attah and wife and others for honouring his invitation and God would continue to bless you all in Jesus Name Amen.