The work in Ibeju made so much impact on the youths and the children and about 70% of the youth has been reached through Bible clubs, schools visitations and fellowships and development of nursery and primary education. The work in Ibeju has nurtured a child, trained him as a young man in secondary school and in Bible college, today this young man is a pastor in one of the big churches in Ilorin (Kwara State of Nigeria).
In Orimedu, the church has ministered to the Yorubas as well as the Fantes of Ghana who migrated and settled there. We have a viable 95% Fante indigenes in the church in Orimedu. It has produced 2 Ghanaian pastors, while one has gone back to do a work among his people in Ghana, one has stayed back to raise the Fantes in Nigeria in the way of the Lord.
In Apa the work is blessing the Egun people and the Yorubas alike. A field was developed in Owaza in Abia State. Okotiama field is in Bayelsa State, co-ordinated by He’s Alive Chapel missions in Port Harcourt.
The Togo mission initially started in Sansanne Mango and then established in Dapaong among the Moba tribe in the north. The Togo work has spread to the hinterlands of Togo and three other churches has been planted in the sparsely evangelized Northern Togo.
In Cote d’ivoire the church has prospered, indigenous members have been ordained Deacons/Deaconess and also a young man has completed his theological training to work among the Boule tribe. A pioneer work has began in Quagadogou Burkina Faso.