MPM reiterates commitment to improving lives

MANNA Prayer Mountain Ministry and the publishers of Our Daily Manna (ODM),  a devotional material for spiritual uplift, has again reiterated its commitment towards impacting lives.

This was made known at the church’s headquarters in Lagos State ahead of a walk for the propagation of the initiative tagged “One Nigerian, One ODM” – a concept created in commemoration of the 56th Independence Day.

Speaking on behalf of the founder, Bishop (Dr) Chris Kwakpovwe, the resident pastor, Dan Egbo, said the vision of the church was to positively affect lives, hence the need to reach out to people.

He also noted that the rally was important to the church as it was held at all the branches of the church across the country which conformed with the its mission to spread the gospel and affect lives.

On feedback of the initiative generated since inception, Egbo said: “When we started two years ago, we had a single truck going to locations, the second year we had two, while today we have five trucks going to different locations and that is an impressive feedback because of the demand as many were requesting that we should come to their area. This shows that more people are demanding for it.”

Egbo further stressed that the initiative had been extended outside Nigeria, as he noted that some African countries had embraced it.

Speaking also, the administration pastor, Mrs Eunice Ibeni, said the ministry, in its drive to touch lives, would ensure that the initiative through ODM became a household name in the country.

Head, Board of Deacons, Ibrahim Adegbe, in his remarks said: “Instead of limiting it to only the members, we felt we should go out to all Nigerians and we are glad that the goal was achieved three years back. We are affecting lives positively and liberating souls.”