Church Sets Up Scholarship Scheme, Ministry Of Help For Widows, Indigents
Following her mission statement to create enabling environment for the power of the Holy Spirit to solve problems of believers, Christ Generation Ministry, Umuagu Ibeku Umuahia, Abia State has revealed her preparedness to float a Ministry of Help for the needy.
The General Overseer of the Ministry, Rev. Blessed Amalambu who made this known, Sunday, during a special thanksgiving and Award service, further revealed that the Ministry’s host community, Umuagu-Ibeku will benefit from the Ministry’s newly launched scholarship scheme.
He made it clear that the Help Ministry and Scholarship scheme will take care of the windows, less privileged and the indigent.
Going down memory lane, Rev. Amalambu recalled his encounters and challenges growing up, pointing out that in all, God showed him and his entire household mercy with a divine light, which he is a witness.
His words, “When the chains of darkness came heavily, the light of Jesus Christ lifted me. God called me to serve Him, He took me from the poorest background to limelight. And through His grace set me as a leader of the Church in the five Southeast States of Nigeria”.
Rev. Amalambu who encouraged the church to always value the life God graciously gave to them, revealed that most people touched blessings but could not live to reap the fruits.
He therefore enjoined the congregation to always be faithful with their little beginning as it has a positive effect and rewarding too.
Earlier in his sermon which centered on “Knowing Jesus Personally”, drawn from the Bible book of Acts chapter 3 verses 20 to 26, Rev. Amalambu cautioned the congregation not to practice Religion with the mindset of worldly gains but to be that person who will know Jesus Christ personally.
He charged the congregation to serve God with joy and gladness, warning that, “You live a life full and filled with fears and uncertainties if Christ is not in you but your life is indestructible if Christ lives in you”.
The highpoint of the service was the sharing a special package (bags of rice) Rev. Amalambu’s family donated to the windows.
Recall that an International body, Apostolic Core Team, ACT of Global Apostolic Prayer Project recently honoured Rev. Amalambu as “Defender Of Faith”, in recognition of his kingdom services to God and humanity.