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CAC Unchangeable Changer District headquarters celebrates 15 years of God's faithfulness


By 'Gbenga Bankole


It was a day of celebration of God's faithfulness and abundant grace on Sunday September 18, 2021 at the 15th anniversary of Christ Apostolic Church, Unchangeable Changer District headquarters, Magoro, Ogun State.


God in His infinite mercy has helped the church over the years to pass through think and thin, and come out victoriously. 


The District Superintendent of CAC Unchangeable Changer, and the trailblazer God used to plant the church, Pastor Oluwaseun Oluwatunmibi, launched a book titled "How to Fulfill your Destiny in Life" at the anniversary which had in attendance family, friends and ministerial colleagues who gathered to appreciate God in His presence.


In an interview with CAC News, Pastor Oluwatunmibi said he is so excited because God has been so faithful, although the road has not been smooth, but the grace of God has kept the church.


He noted that there are a lot of warfare that came on their way even on the altar from ministers of God, saying that it has been so hectic but the grace of God has been sufficient. 


He added that, "it got to a time that I went back to God asking whether He called me and He said I should forge ahead that He's with me. God told me that I should frustrate my frustration and since then I have been moving forward."


According to him, he learnt in the last 15 years that if one is sure God called him into the ministry, one should forge ahead irrespective of the challenges because He is the rewarder of good works. 


"One should not expect reward from human beings. I have learnt that the people you impacted and spend your money upon may be the one that will wage war against you when they are liberated and your bossom friends at this level may wage war against you when you rise above them. You must not allow distraction to way you down. During the time of Jesus Christ, the Pharisees try to frustrate Him but He never looked at their side and He excelled," Pastor Oluwatunmibi stated.


On the few projections of the church, the Cleric said; "our church is a Worldwide church. God has given me a Worldwide outreach to reach people through music, evangelism, deliverance and undiluted teachings. Many people are not growing spiritually. They just attend church. You can see what some people said during testimony session. At times you will scold your members and at times encourage them."


The Zonal Superintendent, CAC Christ Family Zone, Pastor Isaiah Olaniyi Afolayan, while ministering at the programme said God deals with man in seven dispensation and this is the sixth which is the time of grace.


He noted that Jesus is the one who brought the grace unto us and it is by His grace we became children of God, noting that grace is what you receive within, without anything.


Commenting on what must not be done against grace, Pastor Oluwatunmibi said, "we must not abuse grace. Many people have abused it today and they thought they are born again. It is the time of grace that is the most terrible. If you are living in sin, your divine gift would be render ineffective."


According to him, other things that must be avoidable include, "don't come short of the grace of God; you must not turn grace to laviciouness; you must not continue in sinning; you must not frustrate grace; you must not fall from grace and you must not fail to minister grace to others."


Due to the fact that Pastor Oluwatunmibi is the South West Vice President of Gospel Musicians Association of Nigeria (GOMAN), the association was well represented.


GOMAN was represented by its National Secretary, Rev. Gboyega Babayeju; Ogun State GOMAN Governor, Dr. Damola Omonijo; Lagos State GOMAN Governor, Evang. Philip Olayiwola; Ekiti State GOMAN Governor, Evang. Olufemi Olajuyi; Ondo state GOMAN Governor, Evang. Mercy Alayo; Osun State GOMAN Governor, Pastor Seun Adeoye; renowned gospel singer, Esther Igbekele and many others.

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