IPPC Day 6: Partners Spiritual Responsibilities Highlighted As The 2020 Conference Gradually Winds To A Close
The 2020 International Pastors and Partners Conference, IPPC, has been a celebration of the miraculous, with the convergence of thousands of Partners from around the world at the Loveworld’ Crusade Grounds in Lagos Nigeria. It has really demonstrated the effectiveness of the word of God in today’s world.
Partners were strengthened with might with words from the Holy Spirit as Pastor Linda Okocha, the Zonal Pastor of Christ Embassy Port-Harcourt Zone 2, shared more on the responsibilities of prayers the church has in these times and why Pastors and Partners should understand it more, and work closely in it.
This came after Pastor Chidi Ezimako, a Zonal Pastor of the Europe region shared on why Pastors and Partners should communicate the same vision, word, with our man of God Reverend Chris Oyakhilome as they give more attention to messages on the Pastor Chris Digital Library, PCDL, the Rhapsody of Realities daily devotional and other books from the man of God, because according to the man of God Pastor Chris, “Repetition is the law of deep and lasting impression”.
In line with the spiritual responsibilities of Pastors and Partners, Reverend Ray Okocha, of the Port-Harcourt Ministry Centre, a member of the Central Executive Council, also shared more on why everyone should function in full alignment with God’s will and purpose, according to His destiny.
He reminded the Church that no challenge is strong enough to hold an individual from His cause in God if that person understands God’s divine destiny for his or her life and is living according to that pattern. He added that no matter the persecution that may arise, every Partner should always be conscious of his role in Christ and in the kingdom.
As he read from Romans 8:28-37, where he rounded off that “nay in all these things, we are more than conquerors, he made it clear that every Pastor and Partner must realise that he or she is on Earth for divine assignment, and seek how to fulfill it. It was a beautiful time of Prayers as he closed his segment.
It has been a glorious time of fellowship and spiritual upgrading at the 2020 IPPC, a centre of the workings of the word of God in the year 2020, the year of Perfection. Much more is expected at the final session of Awards with the Presidential Awards at the November 21 saturday evening session. It has been glorious.