The need for media monitoring on reporting of 1DPs

Welcome address by President of Journalists for Christ International Outreach, Mr Lekan Otufodunrin at stakeholders meeting on Monitoring Media Reportage and Portrayal of IDPs in Africa project   I want to formally welcome you all to today’s program which is a stakeholders meeting on the project being implemented by our organization, Journalists for Christ International Outreach with the support of World Association for Christian Communication WACC and Bread for the World, and Waldensian Church’s Otto per Mille (OPM) Office in Italy.   The project titled : Monitoring Media Reportage and Portrayal of…

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Journalists as Voice of the Voiceless

Message by Pastor David Odunayo at the April, 2018 fellowship Every Christian journalist in a voice sent forth by God to be a voice of the voiceless majority. Just like John the Baptist was the voice sent by God in the wilderness, every Christian journalist is God’s voice sent forth to represent the one whose voice can’t be heard in the high places. In Gen. 40 : 14, Joseph said to Pharaoh’s chief cup bearer after interpreting his dream to him “But when all goes well with you, remember me…

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Pressing for Progress in the Media

All thanks and appreciation to God Almighty for this grand opportunity to stand before wonderful people of a very noble pen profession. Don’t be surprised that I call ours a noble profession because I know for sure and for certainty there is a greater measure of nobility in a profession that allows one to be creative, novel, courageous and determined to dare make a difference in a dynamic world. So, I am really excited to be here after so many years I last attended the Fellowship. Treating the topic of…

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Journalists urged to show love of Christ with profession

Dayo Emmanuel While millions around the world marked the popular Valentine’s Day 14th February, Journalists have been asked to manifest the love of Christ as they go about their daily assignments. The call was made by the President of Journalists For Christ (JFC), Mr. Lekan Otufodunrin at the group’s February fellowship in Lagos recently. Speaking at the fellowship, Otufodunrin read from I Corinthians 13 and asked journalists to emulate lessons from the passage. “How does the love of Christ manifest in our lives as journalists and how concerned are we about…

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How to be a purpose-driven journalist

KEY TAKE AWAYS FROM JOURNALISTS FOR CHRIST FELLOWSHIP; JANUARY 2018. Compiled by Yemisi Otufodunrin Theme: Purpose Driven Journalism Text: 2Kings 2:1-15 We cannot afford to live our lives as if there is no purpose for our existence. It is the knowledge of where you are headed that keeps you going. There must be something you are living for. To be a purpose driven Journalist; >>> Ask God for His plan and purpose for your career. >>> Have a vision of what you want to accomplish. Draft your vision and mission…

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Divine favour in finding suitable flat to rent

For sometime now I have been planning to get a suitable and affordable flat to rent in the Abule Egba and Ogba area. It has been difficult to get one either due to not being able to afford the rent or the available flat not good enough for me. However recently I prayerfully renewed my search an agent took me to a supposed two-bedroom flat in Oko-Oba area of Agege. To God be the glory, I was able to afford the rent of the flat which met my requirements. When…

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Work hard and smart, Otufodunrin advises journalists

By Adeyinka Akintunde President of Journalists for Christ, Lekan Otufodunrin has advised journalists against working hard alone. For him, a journalist should not just work hard, but also work smart. Speaking on the topic “Purpose-Driven Journalism” at the January Fellowship of  JFC  held on Saturday, 20th January 2018 at the International Press Centre, Lagos, the Online Editor of The Nation Newspaper said it is risky for any one, particularly journalists to live life without purpose. Based on the biblical text from 2 Kings 2:1-15, Otufodunrin said journalists should  have a…

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