Ilorin agog as Shekinah Glory Drama Ministry holds drama night


By Mayowa Samuel

University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, UITH agog as Shekinah Glory Drama Ministry of The Redeemed Christian Fellowship, UITH Chapter holds her Drama Night.

The drama night which was tagged ‘Echoes of Glory’ was held at the RCF Auditorium in UITH on the 26th of April 2019. The Drama Night that began around 4pm saw lots of people trooped out in their numbers to see a Stage Drama titled: ‘Forgiven.’

In a brief interview with Gospel Film News, the guest speaker, Doctor Afolabi Olarenwaju who is a lecturer at the department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, UITH disclosed that: “when I got the invitation to minister ‘Forgiven’, since then, I have been praying because forgiven its quit deep. When you look at what Jesus had done for us, we cannot over emphasize the fact that we have been forgiven because he paid the ultimate price for our redemption, and it’s complete, you cannot add to it and you cannot take from it. No matter who you are, where you are or what you have done, it’s a perfect sacrifice that covers us all.”

Afolabi added that when he got the message, he prayed seriously about it and coming here, God started confirming it, saying, so many things he said had already been projected in the course of the programme.

Dr. Afolabi wishes the organisers God’s best first adding that they are students and they’ve sacrificed so much to put the programme together. The Dr. Who was also into Drama ministry while on campus said he understand what it takes to put a Drama night together, saying it’s sacrificial.

Afolabi while leaving a word for everyone In school said: “For me, we are all here to achieve a purpose which is to acquire a degree or to get a set of qualification but much more than that, for a Christian, everywhere you are, you are there for a purpose. The Bible says, we are created to bring him pleasure, so either you are in school or outside school, your primary goal should be that wherever you are, you give Him pleasure and He’s happy with your life. Every student here should know that primarily, he/she suppose to give God pleasure, Excellency in academics give God pleasure, Excellency in whatever you do brings pleasure to God and being available for services also bring Him pleasure.”

The President of the fellowship, Egbunu Emmanuel; Gen Sec, Adedotun Bunmi and RCF/RCCF Kwara zone Coordinator, Pastor (Mrs) Adenike Babayeju, and host of others were all in attendance as the programme ended around 8pm.

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