Dear fellow soldiers of Christ,
Greetings from students and staff of the Southwest School of Evangelism (SWSE), Ibadan & Lagos satellite campus.
The SWSE, Ibadan campus commenced third semester classes today (Friday). I (brother Mak) will be teaching Doctrine 1 & 2, Christian Home, World Religions, Book of James and Practical. Brother Kayode Solomon Eniafe (brother Kay) will be teaching The Life of Christ - 3, 1st Corinthians, and OT History -2. Brother Abiola Joseph Olusoji will be teaching on Christian Evidences and Hermeneutics - 2. Brother Isaac Olaniyan will be teaching on 1 & 2 Peter & Jude, along with the Gospel of John and 1, 2, 3 John. Brother Abraham Idu Yeje (our campus minister) we be teaching on OT Prophet - Minor.
On Saturday of last week, we joined the Egbeda congregation in Ibadan for door-to-door evangelism.
On Sunday at the Onikokoro / Gbongudu congregation, Ibadan, I taught on Millennialism (Rev. 20:1-7), while one of the SWSE - 1 students, named Emmanuel Okpachui, admonished the church on “Prepare to Serve” (John 2:1-13). We were 55 in attendance with a total collection of N3,500=.
At the Egbeda congregation, brother Kay taught on “How God is Speaking to Man Today” from Heb. 1:1-3. Brother Adedoyin Sola Rotimi, one of our year 2 students taught at Jago congregation on “Working for God” (Matt. 20:1-16).
Brother Matthew Adeyemi, one of my co-WBSFUW in the West informed me of the conversion of three people at the Igbesa congregation, Ogun state in the last two weeks (Okonkow Thompson, John Hope, Patrick Ogor).
At the SWSE Ibadan main campus, brother Abraham Idu Yeje admonished the students and staff on “Seek The Right Way” on Monday during the morning devotion, brother Abiola Joseph Olusoji on Tuesday spoke on “Spiritual Growth” (1 Peter 2), Brother Kayode Eniafe on Wednesday morning devotion spoke on the “Faith of Our Fathers” (Heb. 11), and I taught on “How To Live A Meaningful Life” (1 Peter 3:8-11) in Wednesday chapel (5:00 pm - 6:00 pm). Brother Victor Edet, one of the students, admonished us on “Wait & See” (Exodus 14:13ff) during Thursday morning’s devotion.
Beloved, the electoral body in Nigeria has finally danced to the voice of our Federal Government in postponing the general elections that were supposed to start this Saturday until March 28 for security reasons! Please, keep on praying for us in Nigeria so that the Federal Government will succeed in winning war in the North-East against the insurgency.
Thanks for your love and concern. May the Lord of blessing continue to bless all our joint efforts in Christ’s name, Amen.
Sincerely His & yours,
Makinde Ebenezer Olufemi
(Director of Studies)
Southwest School of Evangelism (SWSE), Ibadan & Lagos campus,
Nigeria, West Africa