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THEME: BUILDING THE CULTURE OF HONOR IN THE FAMILY GOAL: To stimulate families towards: A) Understanding the merits and advantages of honour as a family tradition B) Building the culture of honour as a family foundation. TEXTS: James 3:18 1 Peter 3:7 Genesis 17:9-10 MEMORY VERSE: James 3:18 You can develop a healthy, robust community […]
Notes from Sunday 17th February, 2013.. Panel Discussion 1: Living Successfully with a Wife Batterer Key Passage: Ephesians 5:22-33 Panelists: Deaconess Charity Ubah, Deaconess Maureen Nnamdi, Deaconess Bukky Emeh, Deaconess Ogo Ezeobi (Panel Lead), Mrs. Oby Chikwado, Deaconess Kieni Ebenuwah The panel discussion began with the panel lead, Deaconess Ogo Ezeobi making a distinction between non-Christian and […]
THE FAMILY MONTH IS HERE AGAIN The annual family month of He’s Alive Chapel is here again and the theme is an enchanting one – Building a Culture of Honour in the Family. Culture is defined as a way of life of a people. Honour refers to a culture of honesty, integrity, fairness in ones belief and […]
Sunday 10 February 2013 News.. Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding (Proverbs 4:7) The speaker Pastor John Nwachukwu, a Pharmacist and Pastor of the HAC Port-Harcourt Centre started by establishing the importance of wisdom. After reading Proverbs 4:7 and Proverbs 3:13-16, Pastor Nwachukwu provided a brief […]
The story of He’s Alive Chapel dates back to an event that occurred in 1977 at the botanical Garden of the University of Ibadan, where Austen Chimdi Ukachi, then a student, stood in the serenity of the garden, amidst the lush and beautiful flowers, to seek God’s counsel concerning Nigeria and particularly, his generation. The […]