Christ Embassy Champions the Celebration of Nigeria at 59

LoveWorld charts new frontier in commemoration of Nigeria’s independence through the free distribution of Rhapsody of Realities.

Nigeria clocked 59 as an independent nation, on October 1st, 2019. Christ Embassy, through her ReachOut Nigeria (RON) campaign, championed the celebration, through the free distribution of copies of Rhapsody of Realities throughout the country. The  ReachOut Nigeria Campaign is hinged on the understanding that God's Word is the only agent for lasting positive change in the nation. The campaign, which commenced over a decade ago, has continued to gain momentum with remarkable positive impact on the nation and her citizens.

Glamorous carnival float by CE Port Harcourt Zone 2.

In this year’s campaign tagged ‘Light of Hope’, millions of copies of the daily devotional, Rhapsody of Realities, authored by the man of God, Reverend (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome, are being distributed across the nation. The campaign is poised to reach everyone with the Gospel, hence the devotional has been translated into 300 indigineous Nigerian languages to cater to the multilingual nature of the country.

The highly esteemed Rev. Tom Amenkhienan, speaks on the impact of Rhapsody of Realities, during the RON Campaign in Abuja, Nigeria's capital city.

The free distribution of Rhapsody of Realities, which began on October 1st, witnessed beautiful carnival floats and street storms organized by members of Christ Embassy. Colorfully adorned in green and white (Nigeria’s national colors), LoveWorld citizens came out enmasse to celebrate and distribute the Messenger Angel, across the 36 states of the federation, including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. The campaign will continue throughout the Month of October with many more copies of the devotional distributed daily in every city, town, village, street and to every home.

Esteemed Pastor Yemisi Kudehinbu, at the RON Campaign in Lagos, Southwest, Nigeria.

Nigeria, a sub-saharan country in West Africa, with a population of over 200 million people, became a sovereign nation on October 1st, 1960, having gained independence from British rule. 59 years after, Nigeria has remained a united nation despite the daunting challenges encountered over the years. The nation remains standing as one entity and has numerous reasons to celebrate her independence.

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Charles Eguasa 5 months
These are awesome
Liliana 5 months
adevărat Amin Mulțumesc Fericit Pastor Chris Oyakhilome bravo bine frumos multi ani biserica da ALELUIA Vieții Regele Împăratului Isus Hristos da Aleluia Amin Aleluia
olanrewaju oyetunji 5 months