Monthly Archives: January 2018

​CAC is now one, will continue to be one, till Christ come- Supreme Council General Superintendent

The General Superintendent of Christ Apostolic Church Worldwide, Supreme Council faction, Pastor J.A Adeoloye has stated that CAC Worldwide is now one and will continue to be one till Christ come. Pastor Adeoloye who was speaking on behalf of the Supreme Council President, Pastor Gabriel Lagunju stated this at the third Unity Prayer held at… Read More »

CAN President admonishes Nigerians

The National President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Dr. Supo Ayokunle spoke in Sagamu while delivering his sermon at the 13th annual New Year Thanksgiving and Memorial service organised by former governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel. The event, which was held at the Abraham’s Tabernacle, Sagamu, was graced by prominent traditional rulers, political bigwigs… Read More »

CAN donates welfare materials to Internally Displaced Persons

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Nasarawa State on Sunday donated relief materials to over 8, 000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camped in the state. Joseph Masin, state Chairman of CAN made the donations comprising 10 bags of gari, 20 bags of rice and assorted clothes to IDPs in kaderko, in Keana Local Government… Read More »

World Christian Headlines today 

The Fulani Herdsmen are Muslims  An interview with Prophet T.B Joshua Overlap on Persecution Lists Reveals Danger for Christians Christian Student Group Wins Victory in Court after being Banned from University of Iowa Ex-Muslim Leads 1,500 Muslims to Christ Unreached of the Day New Technology Enables Reading of Ancient Egyptian Manuscript of Book of Acts… Read More »

CAN: The Fulani Herdsmen are Muslims

Sequel the statement by the secretary of Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI), Khalid Abubakar, accusing Christian leaders of fanning the embers of discord among Nigerians. The Secretary of CAN on behalf of the Christian Community in Nigeria has responded, saying: ​“The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) wishes to protest the lack of seriousness and kindergarten approach… Read More »

An interview with Prophet T.B Joshua.

​What makes your ministry tick? The uniqueness of my ministry characterized by miracle-filled crusades is significantly anchored on the fact that rather than the blacks having to travel to Europe and America and other developed countries to experience God’s grace, it is the other way round. My team and I have been known to visit… Read More »

Christian Student Group Wins Victory in Court after being Banned from University of Iowa

The University of Iowa must temporarily reinstate a Christian student group after the group was punished for denying a leadership role in the group to a gay student. Judge Stephanie Marie Rose of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa ruled this week that the Business Leaders in Christ’s request for a… Read More »

How a Church in Ukraine has Survived for Over 50years in a Desert Town

After many years, a Catholic Church in Centralia of Pennsylvania’s coal-mining mountains, that has existed for centuries, is still existing despite a burning that started around 1962. It happened, 27 May 1962 when fire spread from a surface mine to underground seams, and kept burning. (It’s not known how the fire started, but “the most widely… Read More »