District Apostle Michael Ehrich and Lead Apostle Nwogu arrival at the Bamu, Bodo City congregation
2 February 2024

It was a joyful moment with great and tremendous blessings for Nigeria this new year as District Apostle Michael Ehrich paid an apostolic and pastoral care visit to South South Working Area cared for by Apostle Felix Kpegasin

The District Apostle accompanied by Lead Apostle Geoffrey Nwogu, all Nigerian Apostles and Bishops, active and retired with their Spouses, arrived Bamu congregation in Bodo City on Wednesday 31st January 2024 to a rousing reception. 

Contingents of Children's Choir dressed in their colourful traditional attires lined up the Church environment with flowers symbolling their love for the entourage. 

District Apostle Ehrich addressed the faithful with a text word from John 14: 1” Let not your heart be troubled...."

He expressed deep thankfullness to God for His benevolence while welcoming all to the warm fellowship.

The environment was electrifying with the tone set by the Choir: "Lead me gently home"

Our greatest longing and desire is for the Lord to complete His work and lead us home to be with Him in all eternity.

God is watching over all those who believe, trust, love, and follow Him. He said.

Continuing the District Apostle said, these are complicated times, where evil thrives, but we have been given a comforting and reassuring thoughts: Let not your heart be troubled, Believe in God and also in me.

We are being swamped with fear, anxiety, and worries, but our believe in God even when we don't understand His intentions grant us assurance of faith.

He pleaded all to follow Christ in His Apostles and look up to Him, insisting that those who follow Christ in humility are endowed with power. 

He urged all not to rely on our intelligence and ideas as the mysteries of God are revealed to babes, and not the wise.

Concluding, the District Apostle emphatically reechoed Jesus promised in Matthew 28:20” Lo, I am with you always, till the close of age"

Lead Apostle Geoffrey Nwogu, Apostles Enobong Udoh, Oscar Nwanza and Bishop Ime Udombang assisted at the altar. 

Three District Rectors were retired. Three Appointed and Four District Deputies were assigned. Six hundred and thirty-four were in attendance.