Dunamis International Gospel Centre Phase 4, Kubwa, Abuja has celebrated the Easter with the less privileged in Kubwa.
The church shared the joy of Easter with patients at the Kubwa General Hospital, King’s Care Hospital, Unity Clinic and Maternity, children at the Divine Wounds of Jesus Orphanage, Kubwa Divine Orphanage and detainees at Police Area Command Headquarters, Kubwa.
At the various organisations visited, the church donated bags of rice, cartons of noodles, yam tubers, foodstuffs, beverages, toiletries, diapers, baby milk, shoes, clothes, and the church’s daily devotional, Seeds of Destiny.
Pastor and Mrs Great Olusegun Ayodele who led members of the church on the visit to the less privileged in the area, said the donation was part of the church’s social responsibility to its host community.
He said the season was set aside to commemorate the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, stressing that the power of Christianity is anchored on the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Ayodele said Easter signifies that life is stronger than death, when the enemy had done his worst, then the stage is set for God to do his best and what is the end with man is the beginning with God.
He prayed for the recipients and enjoined them to renew their faith in God who is able to set them free from all afflictions and restore their destinies. Pastor Ayodele prayed for the nation and urged leaders at all levels of government to rule with the fear of God and provide dividends of democracy to the people which is the essence of governance.