Abia NAWOJ Holds Annual Thanksgiving Service

…Dedicate 2024 Activities To God

 

The Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ),Abia State Chapter, has held her Thanksgiving Service; an annual spiritual exercise which affords Members of the Pen Profession to gather in church and express gratitude to God for His faithfulness and mercies.

 

 

The event held at the Authority Pentecostal Church Aba Road, Umuahia, which marked the conclusion of the Church’s fasting and praying program, also afforded the Association opportunity to dedicate activities for the year 2024 to God.

In his sermon,a guest preacher, Pastor Paul Ogbonna called on Christians to sow seeds that will yield positive results in their lives.

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Pastor Ogbonna emphasized the importance of expressing gratitude to God for His faithfulness and encouraged Christians to serve God with their substance.

Pastor Ogbonna who preached on the topic, “The Reward”, highlighted the significance of sowing tangible seeds into the work of God and expressed belief that such acts bring good rewards and multiplied increase in the lives of Christians.

 

Also,the Minister in Charge, of Authority Pentecostal Church, Rev. Amaka Okoli, urged the Women Journalists not to give up on God, assuring them that God will fulfill all that concerns them.

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In her remarks, the Chairperson, Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, Abia State Chapter, Comrade Josephine Ogwo, who spoke through the Vice Chairperson, Norah Okafor, said they came to thank God for His faithfulness upon their lives and seek His guidance throughout the new year.

 

The Church Service also featured prayers for the NAWOJ members, Abia State and Nigeria at large.