Kingdom Life Chapel International

593 Barking Road

Newham, London

E6 2LW

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KCEC 2008
THEME: TIME TO BUILD

REV. DR. JAMES OSBORN NANJO

 

Rev James Osborn Nanjo is the Pastor of Restoration Chapel International in London and President of World Restoration Ministries. He is a prophet and evangelist whose ministry also provides mentorship for young people and young ministers. He has authored over 40 Christian books, which are changing the lives of thousands of people worldwide.

He is happily married to Antonina Nanjo and they live together in London, U.K.

 

Message

 

We are Kingdom builders. When you become born again God plants you in a church where there is a shepherd to guide you and build you up for the work of the ministry. God has positioned us where we are to fulfill His vision. In order to do this we have to grow spiritually and receive His anointing. Anybody can be a church builder but not everybody can be a kingdom builder. If you build the kingdom, God can raise you from ‘a zero and make a hero out of you.’ Kingdom builders should understand the vision and run with it. When God lays the foundation He expects you to build on that foundation.

REV. DR. EDWARD ABU MALIKI

 

Message
Our emotions can hinder us from becoming kingdom builders. This happens when we act based on our emotions rather than thinking first before we act. Bitterness can contaminate a Christian’s life and thereby block the release of heaven’s blessings. Unforgiveness is the nutrient that bitterness feeds on. It causes you to rejoice in the iniquities of others. We should be forgiving and not be envious of others.

 

We need to work on our character and embrace character development. If you invest in developing your character you will be a fruitful Christian. We are servants of Jesus Christ and it is by the grace of God that He has redeemed us. We should be students of the Bible and enquire from the scriptures on a daily basis. We should discipline ourselves like an athlete and be patient. God will reward us for our faithfulness.

REV JAMES OSBORN NANJO