Updated: May 28, 2019
The key word to sustainability of human beings in general is relationship, which is mostly acquired through fellowship, the need for us to have a shoulder to lean on in the odd days and the joyous are important. You will agree with me that no man is an island, even the strongest of us need help, someone to talk to or share moments with.
This is a community whose purpose is well spelt out, a place where hope is restored, life is inspired, faith is birth, salvation in Christ Jesus is assured and spoken words for healing is available. This community is not a church, and it is not defined by denomination, colour, tribe or country, but the fact that we all are human beings created in the image of the Father. Matt 5:43-48 talks about the love of the Father shared across all nations.
We are committed in sharing the love of Christ as clearly stated in the above scripture, to do this is as simple as you sharing with the family how God has been loving to you, so as to encourage someone else. The story in Matthew 2, explains how four friends brought to Jesus one of their other friend who was sick and the extent they had to go through to get to Him. I can conclude that they did what they had to do because of the testimonies they have heard about Jesus, which eventually give birth to their FAITH.
You think about how your testimony of how God came through for you will change and help someone out there.
This is what this platform is all about; here you have the opportunity of sharing with the world what God has done for you, your testimonies will not only be a blessing to your direct families or friend but to the world.
Share your testimony today by sending us a mail or a short clip or video of what God has done for you to this email address firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Oladele Oyediran Oluwatosin, on behalf of the team , I am glad to welcome you on board, you can also become a registered member of this community by by registering on our website or clicking the link below
You will be glad you did. Shalom