Ironically, these abominable social trends have crept into many churches globally even as some members of the priesthood who ought to know better have joined the bandwagon. And some have gone as far as engaging in some of the most reprehensible of these acts such as same sex marriage.
Browsing: Nicholas Okoh
Okoh joined the Nigerian Army at just 16, an age when most of his peers are still tied to the apron strings of their parents, and fought in the ill-fated civil war in 1970. After the war, he moved from the infantry to the Chaplaincy of the Nigerian Army, where he served in various capacities, rising to the position of Lieutenant Colonel, on which he retired after 21 years of meritorious service to his Fatherland.
The Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, on Friday in Lokoja, Kogi State confirmed the release of the wife of the Anglican Bishop of Bari Diocese in Kano State, who was kidnapped last week.
The Metropolitan and Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, has advised the Federal Government to support and work together with the Nigerian media for a better and progressive Nigeria.
The President also felicitated with members of the Anglican Communion in Nigeria on the successful election of a new spiritual leader, who will by the grace of God direct the affairs of the church in the next 10 years.
Jonathan said this in Abuja during the public presentation of a book: “Not By Might Nor By Power: Selected messages to the world,” an autobiography written by the Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, who would retire next year.
Okoh stated this in Abuja on Thursday during the public presentation of his book: “Not By Might Nor By Power: Selected messages to the world.”
Officials of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission have arrested six members of a cybercrime syndicate allegedly impersonating the Primate of the Anglican Communion, Rev. Nicholas Okoh.
Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, the Primate of all Nigeria Anglican Communion, says desperation will continue to characterise Nigeria’s politics until servant leadership is practiced.
The Primate, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), the Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, on Tuesday called on Nigerians to use Christmas celebration to work for the peace and development of the country.
The Anglican leader noted that it had become worrisome that bishops of the church did not subject prospective priests to scrutiny through rigorous checks before their ordination.
Speaking to reporters at a special thanksgiving service to mark Ademowo’s 70th birthday and retirement, held at Cathedral Church of Christ, Marina in Lagos, Ambode commended the clergyman for serving the State meritoriously, saying it was not in doubt that he made significant impact to the development of the State and the nation in general.
Archbishop Foley Beach, the Primate of the Anglican Church in North America, was also announced as the next Chairman of GAFCON.
Okoh gave the advice at the dedication of the Episcopal House, Chapel of the Resurrection, Conference Hall and other residential blocks at Wuye District on Friday in Abuja.
According to him, Nigerians will uplift themselves from the clutches of helplessness by focusing more on solutions to the economic and political problems facing the country.
Okoh made the appeal in an interview with newsmen at the Cathedral Church of Advent, Life Camp, Abuja on Monday.
In an interview with newsmen in Abuja, the Primate of Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Nicholas Okoh, said the theme for this year’s conference is: “I Have The Man Jesus”
The Church called on the Niger Delta Avengers to cease hostility against the government while embracing dialogue, noting that Nigeria, which is currently engaged with too many battles, cannot afford to start another one with militants in the oil producing areas of the federation
More than the scripture, we also look at issues around the family. if there is anyone that has anything, we discus and pray, so that church will close
He declared: ” With the moral decay in the present day society and church, there is need for another Daniel.
“In this generation, when relativism is ravaging the very foundation of the Christian faith from within and diverse persecution from without, who will dare to be a DANIEL”