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Hardship: Adamawa Great House Church empowers members with over N4m business capital

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Hardship: Adamawa Great House Church empowers members with over N4m business capital

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The Great House Family Church, Yola has on Sunday empowered some of its members with business capital of over four million naira to venture into businesses of their choice.

The Senior Pastor of the Church Reverend Joshua Kallamu revealed that when you bless people, even the devil will flee from you due to the unending blessings you carry.

Taking his message from the book of Acts Chapter Nine Verse thirty-six to forty, centering his message on “What will you be remembered for ”Pastor Kallamu harps on the importance of putting a smile on people’s faces, especially in a critical time like this.

Pastor Kallamu, hinted that the world revolved around us and that you may not know what tomorrow holds for those you consider as the less privileged society today hence the need to render help as enshrined in the holy bible.

After delivering his Sunday message to the congregation Pastor Kallamu distributes cheques of over four Million Naira to some members of the church who want to delve into businesses of their choice.

This is coming when the country’s economy is in a sorry stage with a seemingly hopeless situation.

Kallamu said God’s economy is Never in connection with the world standard and believers should hope for better days and the hardship currently ongoing is a phase and God will surely intervene.

Some of the beneficiaries who spoke to TG News could not hide their joy and aid they would use the money given to them to fight poverty and joblessness to the end.

Reverend Joshua Kallamu, further revealed that the next face of the empowerment would cut across women and more youths of the Church who have ideas potential to venture into business.

Of the beneficiaries, the gesture is rare among the churches in the country even the big churches with large congregations they hardly empower their members who are not doing well for themselves as a result of the poor economy in the country, but they rather choose to embark on capital projects, hence the need to borrow a leaf from the Great House Family Church.