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INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF VICTORY

By WordAssembly on October 17, 2017

WELCOME REMARKS

HIGH PERFORMANCE: A SUMMON

As Christians, our high calling (Philippians 3:14) demands that, in the famous words and title of a book by Oswald Chambers (1874-1917), we give “My utmost for His Highest”. In a world that is increasingly more desperately in need of help, direction and assurances, no Christian can afford to be anything less. Thus, as the above scripture commends, this gathering is an apostolic and prophetic summons to receive wisdom, grace and fresh impartation to “press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling …”

As you join us and our carefully selected line of speakers and ministers in this five-day convocation, get ready to become a high performer. Guaranteed!

In the privileged service of our God and Savior,

Philip & Bunmi Igbinijesu (Hosts)

HIGH PERFORMANCE: A SUMMON

HIGH PERFORMANCE: A SUMMON

By WordAssembly in Uncategorized on October 8, 2017

Complacency of any type is totally frowned at by the scriptures as it negates the promises and incredible possibilities of the Christian faith. As a matter of fact, not only do scriptures demand the highest standard of conduct and response system possible, it also makes it clear that not doing so amounts to an infraction and a dereliction of duty. Ecclesiastes 9:10 requires us to always give our very best to every single engagement or endeavour; Philippians 1:10 instructs that whatsoever does not meet the high standards of excellence, should not meet with our approval; a combination of many other scriptures (like Philippians 4:13; Psalm 71:21; Isaiah 48:17; etc.) helps us believe and aspire to be better that whatever we presently are. To crown it all, we are surrounded with so great a crowd of witnesses who have achieved similar acts of distinction in their various callings

As Christians, our high calling (Philippians 3:14) demands that, in the famous words and title of a book by Oswald Chambers (1874-1917), we give “My utmost for His Highest”. In a world that is increasingly more desperately in need of help, direction and assurances, no Christian can afford to be any thing less. Thus, as the above scripture commends, this gathering is an apostolic and prophetic summons to receive wisdom, grace and fresh impartation to “press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling …”
As you join us and our carefully selected line of speakers and ministers in this five-day convocation, get ready to become a high performer. Guaranteed!

In the privileged service of our God and Savior,

Philip & Bunmi Igbinijesu (Hosts)

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Why do the nations rage, and the peoples plot a vain thing? The kings of the earth take a stand, and the rulers take counsel together, against Yahweh, and against his Anointed, saying, let’s break their bonds apart, and cast their cords from us.

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God is in our nature

God is in our nature

By in Faith and religious, Uncategorized on August 13, 2016

Blessed is the man who doesn’t walk in the counsel of the wicked, nor stand in the way of sinners, nor sit in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in Yahweh’s law. On his law he meditates day and night. He will be like a tree planted by the streams of water, that brings forth its fruit in its season, whose leaf also does not wither. Whatever he does shall prosper.

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The Goal of the Christian Life

By in Faith and religious, Jesus, Teachings, Uncategorized on June 1, 2016

What is the goal of the Christian life, and how do we help one another get there? One old catechism says that our chief purpose in life is to glorify and enjoy God forever. This is true. We were created for God’s glory and to proclaim his praises (1 Corinthians 10:31; Ephesians 1:11-12; 1 Peter 2:9). We exist to worship God, and in order to be genuine, this worship must come from the heart. It must be an expression of our real feelings. We adore God above everything else, and we submit to his every command.

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SENIOR PASTORS’ 20TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

By WordAssembly in Uncategorized on May 11, 2016

Dear family & friends in Christ,

This Wednesday, May 11, 2016 marks a wonderful milestone for Pastors Philip and Olubunmi Deborah Igbinijesu as they celebrate their 20th Wedding Anniversary. So please join Word Assembly to wish them Happy Anniversary and God’s richest blessings!

Please continue to pray for and honour this faithful man and woman of God, who have endured so very much for the Kingdom of God.  They have been such great role models for many at Word Assembly in particular and several nations of the world in general, and we thank God for sending them, even as we appreciate them for answering the call to serve.

It is wonderful to see a family so committed to the Lord’s purposes on earth and for eternity and their willingness to keep standing for the truth of the Word of God at a time when there is so much compromise for ‘civilization’ and political correctness.

We at Word Assembly do deeply appreciate your prayers and support for their family as they continue to stand for God’s purpose on earth.

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IMPORTANCE OF A FATHER’S ROLE: A LOOK AT MISSISSIPI, USA

IMPORTANCE OF A FATHER’S ROLE: A LOOK AT MISSISSIPI, USA

By WordAssembly in Uncategorized on June 29, 2015

Text: Malachi 4:5-6

Religious Statistics: 

  • As of 2012, Mississippi is considered the most religious state, with 59% of Mississippians considering themselves “very religious.”
  • When asked whether religion is important in their lives, 82% of Mississipians said yes.
  • Mississippi has the highest percentage of children who attend weekly religious services (72%).
  • Mississippi also leads the nation in weekly church attendance (60%), in the frequency of daily prayer (77%), and in the number of people who believe in God (91%). 

Sample Issue: Fatherlessness 

  • According to 72.2 % of the U.S. population, fatherlessness is the most significant social problem facing America. Source: National Center for Fathering, Fathering in America Poll, January, 1999.
  • Mississippi has the highest percentage of children living in single parent homes (48%).
  • 85% of all children exhibiting behavioral disorders come from fatherless homes. SOURCE: What Can the Federal Government do to Decrease Crime and Revitalize Communities? National Institute of Justice, 1998, page 11.
  • 70% of juveniles in state-operated institutions come from fatherless homes. SOURCE: What Can the Federal Government do to Decrease Crime and Revitalize Communities? National Institute of Justice, 1998, page 11.
  • 71% of all high school dropouts come from fatherless homes. SOURCE: What Can the Federal Government do to Decrease Crime and Revitalize Communities? National Institute of Justice, 1998, page 11.
  • 63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes. SOURCE: What Can the Federal Government do to Decrease Crime and Revitalize Communities? National Institute of Justice, 1998, page 11.
  • Boys who grow up with absent fathers are 2X as likely to end up in jail. SOURCE: “Father Absence and Youth Incarceration.” Journal of Research on Adolescence 14 (September 2004): 369-397.
  • Boys who grow up in homes with absent fathers are more likely to have gender identity issues. SOURCE: P.L. Adams, J.R. Milner, and N.A. Schrepf, Fatherless Children, New York, Wiley Press, 1984.

Results of Fatherlessness: 

  • Mississippi is the poorest state in the nation.
  • Mississippi has the 2nd highest unemployment rate in the nation.
  • Mississippi has the 2nd highest domestic violence rate in the nation.
  • Mississippi has the highest teenage pregnancy rate in the nation. SOURCE: American Association of Suicidology, 2003.
  • Mississippi has the lowest percentage of people who have completed high school in the nation.
  • In 2008, Mississippi ranked 50th out of 50 in academic achievement by the American Legislative Exchange Council.
  • Mississippi ranks 49th out of 50 states as the least healthy and with the least amount of physical exercise.
  • Mississippi has the highest obesity rate in the nation.
  • The state is ranked 50th among all the states in health care.
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