The General Overseer, Peculiar Gospel Outreach Ministry, Pastor Joseph Babatunde, has called on churches to carry out more charity activities to reduce the hardship of the less privileged in Nigeria.
Babatunde made the call on Monday, during the 9thconvention/crusade held at Peculiar Camp, Imode, Oke Ero Local Government Area of Kwara.
He said if all churches can do more by giving to the less privileged, it will go a long way in eradicating poverty while enhancing the quality of lives of the poor in the society.
The cleric also urge Christians to live exemplary life by following to the letter the teachings of Jesus Christ.
The theme of the convention was entitled: “To seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all other things shall be added unto us”.
The cleric however enjoined Christians to live true Christian life worthy of emulation.
The Cleric also cautioned churches against inviting comedians to perform in churches.
He said most comedians are fond of creating amusement while mocking the Holy Spirit and Pastors in the Church.
ROYAL NEWS reports that the 9th Convention of the church included visitation to the less privileged, hospitals and Omu-Aran medium Prison service.
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