USA MOB: DEPUTY RECTOR VISITS ATLANTA, GEORGIA, MEETS WITH MEMBERS

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MEMBERS OF BCS ATLANTA, GEORGIA BETHEL

HARRY G.

The Deputy Rector of the Mansion of Blessedness for the Americas, Her Eminence (Dr.) Biobele Spiff, recently paid a familiarity visit to Atlanta, Georgia Bethel where she met with the members of the Mansion as well as other brethren of the Bethel.

The Deputy Rector, who arrived the Bethel on a 2- day visit, led other members on an evangelical tour around the city of Atlanta where they distributed the Kingdom’s literature and also engaged individuals in intensive evangelism. Later, a meeting with members of the Mansion was held to address the issues affecting them.

In a report made available to the New Kingdom Trumpet Newspaper, the Deputy Rector called on the women to always exemplify the lifestyle of the Holy Mother in their daily activities both in the bethel, at home, and everywhere they find themselves.

She added that She is the epitome of motherhood, and as such, it is incumbent on all women, especially those in the Mansion, to replicate her lifestyle. The Deputy Rector, who also reminded the women folk of their obligations in the Kingdom, advised them not to renege on their responsibilities as mothers in the Kingdom of God. She added that, like mothers, they should be readily available to bear every circumstance among members.

“As mothers in the house of God, you shouldn’t relent in carrying out your mandates. You should make yourselves readily available to shoulder responsibilities in the bethel. Don’t shy away from any…You are expected to exemplify the lifestyle of the Holy Mother. She is our role model. We should all carry out those charitable works she does in our various domains. Give freely and stand to be blessed”, She added.

The session also afforded members the ample opportunity to express their various challenges as it concerns their membership in the Mansion.

There was also a display of the Holy Mother’s Portrait in the Manger, and free BCS Handbooks were given out to members of the Mansion to apprise them about their roles as mothers in the Kingdom of God.

The following graced the event; PCS Victor Ekanem, Archbishop Dr. Felix Obanor, Archbishop Joe Dike, Eminence Jane Omuivie, CA Silas Etuk Etuk, Bishop Roland James, Bishop Chijioke Mlemchukwu, Bishop Bassey lkpeme, Sister Sylvia Etim Edward Young, Sister Blessing Adibuah, Brother Ntobari Gomba.

Others include; Brother Glovic Mbeng, BM Agnes Akoh, BM Mercy Ville, BM Irene Sannoh, BM Jessica Ngoe, BM Lystra Baptiste, DV Cecil Ntsakaa, BM Edith Ezeigbo, and a host of others.

The visit climaxed with a Divine Service conducted by DV Gladys Onyeabo.

Thank You, Father

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