Workers urged to make positive impacts at CACYOF Lagos State Campus "Night of Impact" programme

By Amusan Deborah

Christ Apostolic Church Youth Fellowship (CACYOF), Lagos Campus Committee on Friday October 7, 2022 held Campus Executives and Workers programme tagged “Night of Impact."

The programme, which was held at CAC Victory Chapel, Ketu, Lagos, was well attended by executives and workers from all campus fellowships across Akinyele, Akilling and Pearce Regions – the three regions that make up the state. The Lagos Campus Committee in its bid to ensure the desire to know God more and to keep the fire burning at the individual campus fellowship, set up the programme which had in participation Executives and Workers of CACYOF LASU, LASUED, YABATECH, UNILAG, FCE(T), LASUSTECH, and OCEANOGRAPHY across Akinyele, Akiling and Pearce Region.

It was indeed a night of impact as the attendees were emphatically urged to make positive impacts in their generation.

Akilling Regional Campus Coordinator and Assistant Youth Coordinator, Pastor Enoch Aladejare, while speaking on the common things to those who make impact, outlined three fundamental questions that must be answered before any man can make impact.

“The three fundamental questions you need to ask yourself when you really mean business to make impact are: Where am I from? Why am I here? Where am I going from here? If you are not able to answer these questions correctly, there is no way you are going to make impact," he said.

He added that unless a man settles the issue of identity, he cannot make impact.

Dwelling on the example of John the Baptist in John 1:19-23, he also identified instigation, investigation and interest as the common things to those who make impact in their generation.

Citing the instance of how God used Moses, Akinyele Regional Campus Coordinator and Assistant Youth Coordinator, Pastor Ariyo, during the Welcome Charge, stated that encounter with God is a necessity for anyone who is looking out for impact. 

“The secret of the move of God through Moses was his encounter with the Lord in the secret place. We desire the move to God, but let us know that there is always a price to pay.” He said.

“If our generation will look out for impact, if there is any greater exploits that we want to do, one of the things we must do is to come before God in the place of encounter,” he added.

Admonishing the workers and executives during the fatherly counsel, Akilling Regional Youth Coordinator, Pastor A. Asha  also stated that young Christians across campuses are instruments of evangelism in God’s hands.

“Young Christians are instruments God wants to use to bring unbelievers in various campuses back to Himself; the unbelievers are not to be neglected, they are meant to be preached to.” He said.

He then challenged them to go back to their campuses to make changes adding that it is the reason why God has placed them there. 

The impactful exhortations were accompanied with powerful prayer sessions and declarations.

Other members of the Campus Planning Committee, Evang. (Mrs) Oluwarotimi, Pastor Bamise and Pastor Raphael Adegoke (Secretary to the Committee) also ministered during the programme.

The programme also featured orientation session and award of recognition and appreciation to the youth coordinators of the three regions – Pastor Olu Olorunpomi (Akinyele), Pastor Adegboyega Asha (Akilling), and Pastor E. O. B. Adeleke (Pearce). 

Issues concerning campus fellowships were also addressed in line with the church’s directive and regulations.

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