Far from Oppression

Sunday Omori History has it that the Israelis exited Egypt in 1446 B.C after sojourning for 430 years. Before the exodus, the Egyptians oppressed the Israelis subjecting them to hard labor and unfavorable conditions. They cried out to God to come to their rescue. God saw their affliction and sent Moses to lead them outContinue reading Far from Oppression

Community Outreach

Aside from leading lost souls to Christ, Healing Evangelical Ministries Int’l wants to see territories saved. For this purpose, we organized a crusade in Mkpani community, Cross River State, Nigeria, in August 2022. The crusade had medical outreach and widows/orphans welfare components. Malaria and BP tests were conducted and free drugs were provided to overContinue reading “Community Outreach”

Palm Tree Flourishing Model

Sunday Omori The palm family – Arecaceae, has over 2,500 species that are of different heights and sizes but not all palms are trees. Some species of palm trees that grow throughout equatorial, tropical, and subtropical areas of the world are Oil palm, Date palm, Coconut palm, Windmill palm, Sylvester palm, Bottle palm, Christmas palm andContinue reading Palm Tree Flourishing Model

Feeding the Spirit – II

Sunday Omori God created animals and plants because He knew that some of these creatures have nutritional value for man. He however advises that man should not feed only the physical body but feed the inward man (spirit) as well. “And he humbled thee, and suffered thee to hunger, and fed thee with manna, whichContinue reading Feeding the Spirit – II

Where are My Witnesses? – II

Sharing God’s Word with Lost Souls Sunday Omori W– wins lost souls I  – intercedes for lost souls and new converts T – testifies of God’s mighty works N – never gives up on lost souls E – empathizes with lost souls S – shares the Word of God with lost souls S – searchesContinue reading Where are My Witnesses? – II

Where are My Witnesses? – I

Sunday Omori Children, young men, young women and the elderly started running out of their homes at the sound of drums. As the congregation marched and danced joyfully out of the church premises, two men who stood in front began to lift up a banner with utmost dexterity while everyone sang in Efik language, “Emenede,Continue reading “Where are My Witnesses? – I”