Now that everybody is complaining about the menace of Boko Haram and their continued success in destabilizing the polity, with the singular aim of rendering the nation un-governable – the time is very ripe for a full declaration of state of emergency in all its military ramifications to save Nigeria from the possible inferno of a civil war or the continued tragic slaughter of innocent Nigerians.
It is all too well known that the mission enterprise of The Presbyterian Church of Nigeria started in Calabar, in Creek Town to be precise. That was where the first sermon of the Church was preached on 26th July, 1846, three months after the arrival of the Scottish missionary team on 10th April, 1846. And on 25th February, 1855, the first and the oldest Presbyterian Church sanctuary was opened in Creek Town.
Easter Sunday, 19th April, 2014, was Eldership ordination day for the wife of the Prelate/Moderator of the General Assembly, Dr. Mrs. Mgbechi O. Uka.
The Prelate & Moderator of the General Assembly of The Presbyterian Church of Nigeria, Most Rev. Prof. Emele Mba Uka has condemned the bomb blasts at the Nyanya Motor Park in Abuja in which more than 70 persons are feared dead and over 160 injured.
How has Nigeria faired with regard to religious freedom? This is a delicate question, as religious freedom is both the most fundamental of all freedoms and the most difficult to defend.
In a renewed thrust to meet the mission/evangelism challenges of the present times, the Church has elevated the National Directorate of Missions (NDM) to the status of a Board, known as the Board of Missions.
The message is about two persons of many similarities. They were of the same gender, same name and same nationality. One was Saul the king while the other was Saul the persecutor. The main difference between the two was
The Hope Waddell University project of the Church, being established at Ohafia, Abia State, has received a great boost, thanks to the family of late Elder Shadrack Uke Kalu Onwuchekwa and Madam Margaret (Maggie) Uzunma Onwuchekwa who hosted friends,
“Seeing is believing” is a very popular adage but like many busy people do, I never gave it a very serous thought until now. After three days of seeing the quiet revolution that is going on in Aba, permit me to welcome you very warmly to the indigenization of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria in
The Presbyterian Church of Nigeria (PCN) hit a milestone in international missions early in the year 2012 with the inauguration of a PCN congregation in Canada to offer Nigerian Presbyterians the robust worship service of the
The Presbyterian Church of Nigeria has adopted the title of “Prelate” for its national leader with effect from November, 2010. As a result, the current national leader of the Church is now known as The Prelate and Moderator of
1. Preamble: 165 years ago, precisely on 10th April, 1846, the Rev. Hope Masterton Waddell and his team of missionaries from the Church of Scotland Mission, arrived Calabar to begin what is now known as The Presbyterian Church of
Twenty three years ago, The Presbyterian Church of Nigeria ventured into Tiv land in Benue State under the Church’s mission enterprise. The year was 1988 and the Church, prompted by the divine commission to take the gospel to all parts of the world, initiated a move that resulted in the berthing of the Church in Abande, from where the Church has
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