Adefarasin Hosts Virtual Conference with T.D Jakes, Others

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Pastor Paul Adefarasin

The 7th edition of House on the Rock annual Word Conference has been slated to hold from Wednesday, July 15 to Sunday, July 19

As statement released on Wednesday and signed by Christa Omawumi Thompson said the conference, which is open for anyone anywhere in the world to attend, is scheduled to hold at 6pm on weekdays and 9am on weekends.

The statement said in compliance with covid-19 protocols, this year’s highly anticipated conference will take place virtually as participants are to join through the church’s website www.houseontherock.org.ng; youtube.com/hotrlagos and on facebook.com/houseontherock.

According to a statement, the audio-only stream of the services will also be available on the Church website.

“This year’s Conference is themed ‘Exceeding Grace In Uncertain Times,’ and is designed to equip believers with the richer concepts of God’s grace on how to thrive in this season of uncertainty.

“Despite the border controls currently in place, the Church will continue in its long-standing tradition of featuring insightful teachings of Bible precepts by world-renowned gospelMinisters,” Omawumi stated.

According to her, Bishop T D Jakes, Senior Pastor of The Potter’s House, Dallas, TX, USA; Dr. Creflo Dollar, Senior Pastor, World Changers Church International, Atlanta, GA USA and Dr. Mensa Otabil, Senior Pastor, International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Accra, Ghana are expected to attend the virtual programme.

“Pastor Ifeanyi Adefarasin, co-Pastor, all House on the Rock Churches; Pastor Paul Adefarasin, Senior Pastor, all House On the Rock Churches (Convener),” are hosting the five-day event,” according to the statement.

She added that musical performances are not left out of the conference as ministrations would be made by award-winning international and indigenous artistes, including acclaimed gospel musician, Travis Greene; multi-talented singer-songwriter-instrumentalist, Nathaniel Bassey; multiple Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter- Tye Tribbett and Songwriter, producer and author, Sonnie Badu, as well as the HOTR Church choir, and the Lagos Metropolitan Gospel Choir (LMGC)