By Ifeanyi Omenogor
Archbishop Philip Oswald Daniels, the leader of Kingdom Global College of Apostles and Bishops (KIGCOAB) has called on Christians to seek the face of God, especially in times of trials.
He made the call during the annual conference of church leaders and workers at Ogwashi-Uku, Delta State.
Archbishop Daniels urged Christians to take the task of evangelism seriously because according to him, it was a commission by Jesus Christ.
He said that the purpose of the conference was to raise end time armies for the Lord, pray for Nigeria and the world at large, train and retrain pastors and church workers, connect them locally, globally and show love to one another.
Archbishop Daniels from Togo, said the international headquarter of the organization was in Togo, but noted that it had links worldwide.
He commended Bishop Blessing Otiono, the General Overseer of House of Deliverance and Hope Church, for successfully hosting the body in Nigeria, describing her as a servant of God that had great love for the service of God.
Dr Loveth Phil Daniels, an archbishop designate, who accompanied her husband to Nigeria for the conference, called on women to anchor their homes on God and worship Him at all times to enable them to have peaceful homes.
The secretary of Kingdom Global College of Apostles and Bishops (KIGCOAB), Apostle Chris Ibe, said KIGCOAB believed in the unification of the body of Christ.
He called on Christians to unite and have one voice and be their brothers’ keeper at all time.
The General Overseer of House of Hope Deliverance Church, Bishop Blessing Otiono, who hosted the organization during the conference in Nigeria, appealed to Christians to see evangelism as their major duty that would earn them heaven at the end of their sojourn on earth.
She said finding the truth about Christ was a great gain, saying that she always carry out evangelism to prove the truth about Christ, adding that the major thing that gave her joy was speaking to people about Jesus Christ.