Christos International Worship Centre in Apo District, Abuja, is set to hold a seminar to empower fifty people on August 19.


In a statement on Thursday, David Nwachukwu Ogudu, the church’s general overseer, said the theme of the conference is “Higher and Better”.

Ogudu said the 2-day event will help participants to “become better in their endeavors despite the economic hardships prevalent in the country”.

“Participants will learn new ways of weathering the economic storms, of avoiding stress in these stressful times, in finding contentment and fulfillment while doing things in profitable and new ways,” the statement reads.


“They will be taught how Christianity could help them maximize their potential to become elevated in their careers and businesses.

David Nwachukwu Ogudu
David Nwachukwu Ogudu, bishop of Christos International Worship Centre

“The journey to excellent life, excellent living, destiny maximization which will make people to achieve much more than they had ever thought possible and become role models to their generations,” it added.

The main speakers include Naomi Silekunola Ogunwusi, a women’s rights and empowerment advocate and an avowed antagonist against gender-based vices. She is the founder of Women in Need of Guidance and Support (WINGS).


Others are Amos Deya, an apostle from England, and Mike Barett, a pastor from Australia who partners with governments and organizations in ministering to the hurting, traumatized and substance abuse victims.

Ogudu, the host/convener and fourth speaker is the founder and presiding bishop of Christos International Worship Centre. He is also the author of over 50 books and is president of Wisdom Training Centre, a leadership institute founded in 2004.

“He is a Prophet commissioned into self-discovery and destiny-fulfillment through the word of prophecy, healing and deliverance. Now he is going beyond that to help people discover how to maximize their three T’s; talent, time and treasure instead of abusing or neglecting them,” the statement added.


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