Liberation Church Re-Organises Office

( [email protected] ) Nov 13, 2003 04:59 PM EST

The Christian Liberation Ministries International Incorporated has reorganised its structures in order to face the challenges of the 21st century.

Towards this end, the ministry has appointed Evangelist Ewaiinreto Obadan, a seasoned administrator and publisher as its ministry secretary.

Also three new offices were created to effectively handle the affairs of the ministry at the headquarters. They are the Cathedral/local offices, ministry/national office and the bishop/international office all expected to co-ordinate the local, national and international affairs of the ministry.

Speaking at a meeting with church leaders, the presiding Bishop of Christian Liberation International Ministries Int'l Inc., His Lordship Bishop (Dr) Sylvanus Ofili emphasised the need for repositioning of the ministry in order to fulfil its vision.

He called on leaders and members of the ministry to work towards the realisation of the dream.

He said, "Visions do not die, the visioners may pass away, but the vision will surely come to pass" and made reference to Moses and the promised land. Moses led the children of Israel out of Egypt to the promised land, but Joshua and Caleb led them into it.