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The young ministry had its inaugural Sunday morning service on the 1st of February, 1987 in his living room, then in the Ikeja area of Lagos state. As membership of the young but peculiar church grew into the hundreds and thousands, the surrounding grounds of his house became sitting area for the overspill from the living room. The ministry of the church and the person of Reverend Chris Okotie as a minister of the gospel became nationally recognized when the Lord Jesus Christ inspired the inauguration of the GRACE PROGRAMME and the television ministry, APOKALUPSIS. .The charity driven GRACE programme was instituted in 1990 and has become a major benevolence channel of the ministry on an annual basis. The objective of the programme as directed by the Lord Jesus is to extend the arm of care and sharing to the less privileged in the society through recognized non governmental organizations who deal directly with such people. In 1996 the KARIS AWARD, yet another inspiration by the Lord Jesus, which is aimed at appreciating Nigerians who have positively impacted the nation but have not been recognized by the government, was instituted and subsumed into theeGRACE programme.
Our Theme for the Month of JANUARY
"Upon The Rock do We declare."
House hold. SOLID
Solid is the one of the substances matter is made of
And the definition is so clear as on who has its components tightly and neatly packed and the particles are very close together, its particles are arranged in a regular pattern held together by very strong force
This rightly describes who we are in house hold
We are tightly held together by the power of God in Christ Jesus who is the rock which has the same characteristics.
We recognise that we are built on the Rock
Our souls are hinged upon the revelation that Jesus is the Christ the son of the living God
Today we shall make our declarations to heaven standing upon the ROCK
Welcome to the Month of JANUARY.
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