The 2016 edition of the International Central Gospel Church’s (ICGC) Greater Works Conference took which started on Monday continues.
The conference which is ongoing is happening at the Independence Square and it is expected to come to an end on Friday, July 29.
Speakers at the programme include Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Bishop Mike Okonkwo, and host, Dr Mensa Otabil.
The final day, Friday evening service will be communion and anointing service.
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The month of July is a most important period in ICGC. The whole month is devoted to a programme of prayer and fasting that commences from the first of July every year.
Known as the Spiritual Emphasis Month, this period of consecration enjoins all members of the church worldwide to renew their commitment to God and to intercede for the nation, families and their personal needs. It is also a time to rededicate themselves to righteous living and as instruments of societal transformation.
The Greater Works Conference is held to climax the Spiritual Emphasis Month. It is a time of praise and worship, great music and transformational teaching where God’s people are empowered to go and replicate the works of Jesus in their workplaces, homes, schools and various areas of endeavour.