What Many Pastor Calls Breakthrough is Breakdown -Apstl. Lawrence Achudumen
Triumphant Global Network (TGN) had its first National Conference themed, “Wisdom to Access God’s Revelation and Wealth” in Lagos with Apostle Lawrence Achudumen as the guest speaker.
The well attended and impactful two days conference was held at the main auditorium of Let us Worship Ministries of Healing and Salvation, Oshodi area of Lagos. It has participants drawn from various church in the state and was divided into four impactful sessions of revelation for church growth and development; wisdom for kingdom wealth, wisdom to create wealth and higher impartation for international ministry with the purpose of adding value to participant’s life and ministry.
While speaking during the conference, Apostle Lawrence Achudumen advised pastors and ministers not to allow their preaching to be determined by what they have or possessed, but by their revelation of the word through the Holy Spirit.
“What pastors sometimes call a breakthrough in the ministry is actually a breakdown. Because, many attribute ministry success to church membership population, tithe and offering. But, any pastor that tied his personal success and prosperity to church offering and tithe will remain in perpetual poverty”, he emphasized.
In his remark, the prelate of Triumphant Global Network (TGN) IncArchbishop Adebayo Adejola said, TGN is a network of senior men of God who believes in working together and tired of meeting together but moving together to achieve God given vision and mandate in their lives and ministries. “The expectations of members is to network their various goals to succeed by moving together. To have an access to impartation and receive revelation of God for accomplishment of their goals”.
Adejola advised ministers of the gospel to be humble and not to be arrogant in their callings and services to God and humanity.
Among Church leaders at the conference include Archbishop Taiwo Adegbite, Bishops Caleb Arogundade, Love Olufemi, Apostles Oladele and Gabriel Okoro with others.