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Chronicles 2009

Imini Chronicles 2009: Day 5 (Friday) – Be Empowered

The day commenced with another session of high praise followed by a drama ministration. Pastor Kunle preached and the response to the gospel was amazing. One third of the congregation stood up to receive Jesus. The counsellors surrounded them all. They received Jesus and the baptism of the Holy

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Imini Chronicles 2009: Day 4 (Thursday) – The Love of a Father

We all trooped into the van once again with the faith that God would convey us safely back from Imini without a hitch.  Tuesday evening the van broke down. The fan belts were already giving signals that they were on their way out, as they squeeked whenever the driver throttled down or changed gear.  The bad bumpty ant Church

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Imini Chronicles 2009: Day 3 (Wednesday) – Jesus is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords

The Moniya Trading Association felt the ground shaking, there was something going on a couple of kilometres down the road.  The Poly and UI student buses accompanied by New Covenant Church

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Imini Chronicles 2009: Day 3 (Wednesday) – Jesus is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords

The Moniya Trading Association felt the ground shaking, there was something going on a couple of kilometres down the road. The Poly and UI student buses accompanied by New Covenant Church

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Imini Chronicles 2009: Day 1 (Monday)- The King of Glory enters Imini Village

The team entered Imini with high praise.  The convoy was long, led by an open pick-up truck customized for the day filled with drummers and trumpeters.  The teams from Samonda conference centre, US, UK and other Liberty supporters merged into

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Imini Chronicles 2001: Day 6 (Saturday) – We are Grateful O Lord for all you have done

The people of Ibadan woke up to a new day.  It was environmental sanitation.  The movement was restricted to emergency services only.  The city was shut down for the people to clean their neighbourhood.  Between dawn and 9 am, neighbours brought out their buckets and spades to clear the blocked drains and gutters.  It was

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