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HOW TO RISE FROM BEING “THE FALLING CHRISTIAN” TO BEING A GROWING, FRUITFUL ONE IN 3 WEEKS!!!


I often come across young people who desire a steady, fruitful growth on their Christian journey. Most try for years and eventually give up trying when they fail repeatedly at it, while others “stumble” on how growth works after years and years of falling and rising.

A few years ago, I met Tishe (not her real name) at a high school in Lagos. I was at their school to speak at an event organised by the school’s choir. Tishe was out when I made an altar call for those who wanted to invite Jesus into their hearts. I usually hold counselling sessions after most if not all of my speaking engagements and so she came to me.While we got talking, I discovered that her response to the altar call was her twenty something-th one (She obviously had lost count). 

The problem with Tishe wasn’t some “demonic force” preventing her from developing a meaningful relationship with Jesus rather it was a lack of knowledge. She was yet to know and understand the dynamics of spiritual growth and development and so I arranged to teach her over a period of time and today, she is a growing Christian whose impart is being felt.

Do you struggle in your Christian walk?
Do you find yourself responding to the altar call every Sunday only to return to your old ways on Monday morning?
Is prayer and word study associated with drudgery and boredom in your mind?
Do you find yourself thinking “I wish that was me” each time you hear people talk about their relationship with God and how much God is doing through them and for them?

Well, if you answered yes to any of these questions then you might want to be at The G.O.A.D in November!

The G.O.A.D (Growth Of A Dream) is a 21-day mentorship program geared towards the spiritual growth and development of the Mentees. The program is structured to practically show, teach, instruct and impart you to move from being a stumbling Christian to becoming an ever growing, fruitful one!

For more information on how the program runs, see program brochure here. To register, go here

I've known Jesus personally for the past seventeen (17) years of my life and in those years, you can bet that I have seen and dealt with most sides of the thorns that young people who want to serve the Lord would have to encounter. I have also “officially” been ordained as a licensed minister since 2008.  I have raised several young people who now serve in ministry at their local assemblies. I am sure that I have what it takes to help you live the dream of becoming a useful Son in the Kingdom of God.

Now, If you knew what you are about to learn at the G.O.A.D earlier, I’m pretty sure that by now you must have recorded some powerful history on your relationship with God in years.

For more information on how the program runs, see program brochure here. To register, go here

However like they say, “So long as you can still breathe, it’s not too late”.
So you can make use of this opportunity to kick start your journey into being a growing, fruitful Christian.

No more repent on Sunday, fall on Monday roller coastal ride down to destruction if you sign up for our 21-day Mentorship program in November.

For more information on how the program runs, see program brochure here. To register, go here

And guess what, it is absolutely FREE!!! Yes, you saw that. It’s free and the good news is you don’t have to travel down to meet me up in Lagos as the program is structured to effectively run via emails and phone calls.

For more information on how the program runs, see program brochure here. To register, go here

Please note that the maximum size for this class 10. This is because I want to ensure that I am able to efficiently give adequate attention to the Mentees as I understand that everyone’s situation is peculiar. Hence, only the first 10 Registrants would participate.

For more information on how the program runs, see program brochure here. To register, go here

I look forward to spending time with you at the G.O.A.D!

Committed to your Fulfilment
Anne Atulaegwu




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