Pray for grant award – DUMMY

When consciousness returned, I found myself in a merchant’s store; my garments were covered with blood, which was pouring from my nose and streaming over the floor. A kind stranger offered to take me home in his carriage, but I, not realizing my weakness, told him that I preferred to walk home rather than soil his carriage with blood. Those present were not aware that my injury was so serious, and allowed me to do as I wished; but after walking only a few rods, I grew faint and dizzy….

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‘Thank God for successful four decades career’

Ngokwe Ngokwe How time flies! It seems just like yesterday. I remember vividly many years ago, the day I walked into the then Imo Broadcasting Service to start a career in journalism, a profession I knew absolutely nothing about. I remember going out to cover what they called assignments ( a word I thought only referred to home works given by the teacher) and returning to scribble what I saw or heard people say. It seems just like yesterday. I remember the day and circumstances that led to my jumping…

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What will Jesus write ?

Outline of sermon at Journalists for Christ fellowship, April, 2017 Amaso Jack, Discipleship minister and lecturer, Nigeria Institute of Journalism, Lagos   THE PERIOD WE IN 2 Timothy 3:1 KJV This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.” 2 Corinthians 11:26 KJV In journeyings often, in perils of waters, in perils of robbers, in perils by mine own countrymen, in perils by the heathen, in perils in the city, in perils in the wilderness, in perils in the sea, in perils among false brethren;   2…

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How God rescued me from armed robbers – DUMMY

I was born at Gorham, Maine, November 26, 1827. My parents, Robert and Eunice Harmon, were for many years residents of this state. In early life they became earnest and devoted members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In that church they held prominent connection, and labored for the conversion of sinners, and to build up the cause of God, for a period of forty years. During this time they had the joy of seeing their children, eight in number, all converted and gathered into the fold of Christ. Their decided…

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Gender Mainstreaming Project

JFC International has implemented a number of gospel and media related projects including the Gender Mainstreaming Project funded by the World Association for Christian Communication ( WACC) in 2016

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March Monthly Fellowship

Coordinator Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigateive Jornalism Motunrayo Alaka speaks on Maximising Media Awards Fellowships & Trainings. Venue JFC Ogba Date & Time 11am Saturday 19th March

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