Lagos scripture challenge: Ebeniro, NEMA chair gets recognition award, thanks all

Evangelist Edwin Ebeniro receiving and wife receiving the award from Africa Director of FCBH Dr. Burke

The Chairman of the Lagos chapter of the Nigeria Evangelical Missions Association, Evangelist Edwin Ebeniro has been given a recognition award for his commitment to the 90-day scripture challenge in Lagos.

The award was given to him by Faith Comes By Hearing on Saturday, October 30.

Africa Director of FCBH, Dr. Larry Burke, while presenting the award expressed great appreciation to Ebeniro and his wife for their commitment and support in the course of the scripture challenge.

He said the challenge, which was facilitated by FCBH; was made possible by God’s grace. He noted also that Ebeniro and his and wife and other collaborators were instrumental to the success of the challenge.

Ebeniro thanks all

Evangelist Ebeniro in a chat with Church Times thanked FCBH for the recognition award.

Ebeniro also thanked God for the opportunity to serve. He pointed out that the Lagos chapter of NEMA made the award possible.

“I want to thank all NEMA members in Lagos. Without their support, we won’t be able to go far with the project. I stood on the platform of NEMA  to get all the support needed to make the challenge a reality.”

He also thanked the Lagos chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria and the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria. “The chairman of Lagos CAN, Bishop Stephen Adegbite, and the Chairman of Lagos PFN, Apostle Eyinnaya Okwuonu supported us all through. The success of the challenge is the outcome of collective efforts by all the churches and Christian bodies in Lagos. The Bible Society of Nigeria also played a great role in the 90-day project.” Ebeniro said.

Scripture challenge closing ceremony

About 200 Bible lovers participated in the closing ceremony of the Scripture challenge. The event was held at the Agape Generation International Church. It was attended by top church leaders across Lagos and officials of FCBH.

Participants shared testimonies of how the Bible impacted their lives during the challenge. The Nigeria Director of FCBH, Mr. Nicholas Okereke said about 150 churches made it to the final phase of the challenge out of over 400 churches that started.

Many testified to how the challenge transformed their lives. 

Read also: Lagos 90-day Scripture challenge ends with incredible testimonies, praises:



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