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Be Agents of Change, C & S Leader Urges Christians …as the church unveils 50th anniversary logo

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Be Agents of Change, C & S Leader Urges Christians …as the church unveils 50th anniversary logo

The Chairman/General leader of C & S Movement Church (Ayo Ni O), Surelere District, Apostle Sunday Korode has called on Christians to be agents of change in every environment and endeavour they found themselves.

Stressing that, the world would be a better place for all, if Christians would function as the salt of the earth and the light of the world through their good works and activities.

Apostle Korode was speaking at the church headquarters in Surulere, Lagos through the church District General Secretary, Apostle George Ogunleye during the unveiling of logo commemorating the activities to mark the church Golden Jubilee.

Giving reason for the celebration in view of the pandemic situation, Korode said, “The journey of the church from the beginning have been a long and tortuous one, but God has been faithful and the pandemic situation will not stop the church from celebrating God’s faithfulness”.

“We are celebrating 50 years of God’s faithfulness in our lives and the church since we started 50 years ago and it has been a wonderful seeing the church growing globally with members of the Movement keeping to the faith of its founding fathers”,  Korode said.

The Chairman, anniversary committee, Apostle Festus Ajani, added that, the anniversary is a landmark event with the logo unveiling symbolises the anniversary celebration and the identity of the church. “There are series of spiritual programmes and activities lined up for the golden jubilee. But in view of the Covid-19 pandemic, the events will be streamed live on different social media platforms”.

Ajayi also said, Ayo Ni O takes evangelism very seriously as a special command God gave to His church and this has helped the church that started from a humble beginning to now have branches in Nigeria, Canada, US, UK, South Africa, Italy, and other parts of the world.