By Ogar Monday
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) Cross River State Chapter has held a Unity Service/End-of-Year Thanksgiving at the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Flourishing Parish Ekorinim in Calabar the Cross River State capital.
Delivering his sermon, the State Chairman of PFN, Dr. Lawrence Ekwok reading from Matthew 1 verse 18 said that “It is possible to do the wrong thing the right time, and it is still possible to do the right thing the wrong time.”
Dr. Lawrence stated that what God expects of us all is “To do the right things at the right time”.
Also speaking, the Host, Pastor Deji Afunye, thanked all who had made it to the program promising that God will manifest Himself in the lives of all those who have made it to the program.
He added that the thanks giving service is a pointer to God’s glorious work in the PFN family and asked those Pastors who are still sitting on the fence to join the PFN to push the gospel of Christ in the State.
On his part, while speaking the Christian Central Chapel International (CCCI) General Overseer, Bishop Emmah Isong, stated that the current executive of the PFN in the State has done exceedingly well, as God has helped them in growing the fold of PFN.
Highpoint of the event was rendering of prayers for PFN, Cross River State and Nigeria, and the presentation of Award to the Cross River PFN Chairman by the Queen Esther Beauty Initiative.
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