COVID-19: MFM takes services online, extends prayer retreat

The Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM), has concluded arrangement to henceforth transmit its services live on television.  This follows the ongoing provision of adequate measures and installation of facilities to ensure successful reopening.

Chairman of the MFM Media Committee, Pastor Oladele Bank-Olemoh, who disclosed this to TribuneChurchnews, said that the ministry’s General Overseer worldwide, Dr Daniel Olukoya, considered the safety implications of opening the church for service, in view of the crowded services,  prayer and deliverance nature, vibrancy and the peculiarity of her worship modes.

The international headquarters of the MFM, situated at Onike, Yaba, in Lagos, hosts no fewer than 15,000 in any of its services. The church, however, urged members to continue to fellowship through the media platforms already provided, which includes YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and MFM TV.

The ministry reminded members that services have not resumed yet, assuring that adequate notice would be given before the services resume.

In an effort to reach members, Pastor Bank-Olemoh said that the Sunday services will be transmitted from 8am to 9am; Manna Water services on Wednesdays will be held between 5 and 6pm, while the monthly popular programme tagged ‘Power Must Change Hands’ will be on air from 7am to 8am on the first Saturday of every month on the Lagos Television (LTV) from Wednesday.

In the same vein, the  church has also directed the repeat of its 30-day prayer retreat whose second session has come to an end.

The General Overseer of the church, Dr Daniel Olukoya, who gave the directive stated that, “The prayer retreat is aimed at igniting revival and arresting stormy winds, decimating infirmity and directing everyone back to God.”

“The remedy to this pandemic is the ever efficacious blood of Jesus.  These prayers can be prayed at any time of the day,” he added.

It will be recalled that the ministry issued a 62-page prayer pamphlet for use by both MFM members and interested persons to guide them through the 30 days of intensive prayers to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the land.



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