Come October 1, 2016, all roads will lead to the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Lagos Province 38 for the 2016 convention of the Redeemer’s Men.
The annual programme is an avenue for men at RCCG LP 38 to gather to celebrate and worship God in a special way.
The 2016 edition is themed ‘Created For Exploits’ and some anointed men of God have been invited to minister at the event.
According to activities lined up for the programme, there would be business, health and marriage seminars.
Information gathered from executives of the Redeemer’s Men revealed that the event will kick off on Thursday, September 29 with Faith Clinic by 6:30pm at the Provincial headquarters located at Destiny Sanctuary, No 1, Destiny Avenue, Off Karimu Laka Street, Egbeda.
The next day, Friday, there would be prayer meeting from 7-8:30pm also at the same venue, while on Saturday, October 1, two sessions would hold at the Provincial headquarters.
The first session starts with Marital Exploit themed ‘Keeping Afloat in Marital Challenges’, which commences from 8am to 11:30am and the guest speakers are Pastor Tayo Abiodun and Pastor Bisi Ayinla.
The second session, tagged ‘Exploiting Wealth Opportunities’, will kick off by 12noon and ends by 2pm. The guest speaker for this session is Pastor Tayo Ayinla.
While the two sessions are going on, the free diabetes screening would take place at the venue, while drugs would be given free of charge.
A thanksgiving service will hold on Sunday, October 2, at the same venue.
The Redeemer’s Men have promised to make the programme very exciting and have invited all to be present.
It was learnt that the programme has the full backing of the PICP of LP 38, Pastor Johnson Ashaolu as well as Pastor Olu David, who is the host pastor.
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