Thursday, 17 March 2016

Sponsored: TREM VICTORY AND INTEGRITY V.1 HOLDS REHOBOTH CONFERENCE AND TALENT HUNT

 Resident Pastor, Tony Samson,  flanked by  the Coordinator Talent Hunt,right,Deacon Nene Rasheed Olaoluwa, and Deacon Titi Oshin, Chairman Planning Committee, during the Trem Victory and Integrity Centre Lekki  the Press briefing on its incoming Rehoboth 2016 Conference, with the Theme; From Victory To Victory at the Trem Lekki centre in Lagos, yesterday. PHOTO BY KOLAWOLE ALIU.


The REHOBOTH Conference was given birth to in 2013 during the grand dedication of the Church auditorium and it has since become an annual event that all members of the congregation look forward to. It is a time of great spiritual impartation. A time that choice and proven servants of God speak into our lives as a people and equip us with the Word of God that will build us up and  enable us to be all that God had ordained and appointed for us in Christ. According to Deaconess Titi Oshin the chairman of the Rehoboth planning committee. 

In other to make this year's Rehoboth conference fantastic and everlasting, series of activities has been mapped out, which the total aim is to reach out to the less privileged in our communities, impact our environment positively and sincerely add value to the lives we ‎come across. There will also be a talent hunt show coming up, we have seen the gaps in the society, we want to use this talent hunt to train our youths to know that hard work pays , according to Deaconess Nene Olaoluwa, the cordinator of the talent hunt,  the winners will go home with 100,000, 75,000 and 50,000 respectively.
 
The Resident pastor of the TREM Victory and Integrity branch Victoria Island, Pastor Tony Sampson truly equates the things happening around us today as signs of end time, he said that the church will not stop until sound morals are returned among our youths, who are today seen as the true leaders of tomorrow. He said this  while at the press briefing that one of the Rehoboth activities is also a plan to eradicate malaria from homes by giving out large quantities of mosquito nets to families and to the less privileged
THE PREVIOUS THEMES AND SPEAKERS‎
2013-            \'REHOBOTH\'
1- Bishop Mike Okonkwo
2- Rev. Akintola Oni
3- Rev. Iyke Osuji
4- Rev. Maxwell  Gbinije.

2014-          \'FROM GLORY TO GLORY\'
1-Bishop Reuben Oke
2-Rev. Chidozie Onuorah
3-Rev. Sunkanmi Obisesan

2015-        \'GRACE FOR EXPLOIT\'
1-Bishop Mike Okonkwo
2-Bishop Tudor Bismark

2016-        \'From Victory To Victory\'
1- Bishop Mike Okonkwo.
2- Apostle Enock Sitima.

If there is ever a time when we need the hand of God to manifest in our lives as a people and as a nation, it is now. Therefore, it is our expectation, that in this year\'s edition, the Lord will visit us individually and collectively and cause us to experience uncommon victory in every area of our lives. With God all things are possible(Mark 10:27). We are fully persuaded, therefore, that it is our season of visitation. No matter the circumstance, victory is guaranteed in Christ. We expect, after this conference, to hear testimonies of uncommon victories in impossible situations. The Lord shall bring it to pass.
Our part is to believe and receive!
Jesus said to him, “If you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes.” (Mark 9:23 NKJV)

The Christian life, though full of trials and all kinds of adversities, is, nevertheless, a progressive, an exciting and a very rewarding experience. This is so because in Christ we have been ordained, positioned and empowered to function in the realm of unlimited possibilities.
As believers, we are citizens of the Kingdom of God. This Kingdom rules and exerts power and influence over other kingdoms(Psalms 103:19). It is the King of this Kingdom that upholds all things in the universe by the word of His power. This Kingdom is unshakeable. The citizens of this Kingdom(Believers) are therefore unstoppable. They are indomitable and can never be limited because they are overcomers and have been designed in Christ to go from victory to victory.
‎Shalom.