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THE M420 PROTÉGÉ



With the close of the age fast approaching, there’s an imminent demand for willing and well-formed vessels committed to effectively execute the father’s end-time agenda for the nation’s of the earth. The M420 Protégé is a mentoring programme birthed to meet this demand.

The acronym M420 stands for Mark 4:20 which reads “And the seed that fell on good soil represents those who hear and accept God's word and produce a harvest of thirty, sixty, or even a hundred times as much as had been planted!" (NLT)

Are you between ages 16 and 35?
Are you an aspiring/practising sociopreneur?
Are you an aspiring/practising  Music Minister?
Are you an aspiring/practising Word minister?
Then this mentoring journey is designed for you.


The M420 Protégé programme is an intensive six month training, coaching and leadership journey geared to make you,
Formed: Embodying the inner essence of the person, nature and character of Christ (Galatians 4:19)
Fervent: Possessing a soul fire that propels diligence and commitment towards responsibilities (Romans 12:11)
Fruitful: Yielding the highest positive results in assigned spheres of influence
As a sociopreneur, Music minister or Word minster.


This programme involves physical meetings with the mentor and therefore is restricted to Lagos residents for now (However, If you can afford to travel as much as is required, you may enrol). 

Programme Duration: November, 4th 2017-April, 7th 2018
Investment: N10000 (Ten thousand naira only) 

CLick to become an M420 Protégé Now 

Just so we are clear, 

A sociopreneur is a person who runs a business solely for a purpose which benefits communities using profit making as a tool.  


As Caroline Bach rightly says, “Sociopreneurs are generous, visionary and innovative local leaders who have chosen to invest with both their hearts and minds to solve local social problems and bring economic development to an area”

B.S Raghavan  defines sociopreneurs as self-motivated and self-propelled individuals with a social conscience and social commitment who are impelled by an irresistible urge to fulfill a social need or remedy a social ill by applying the same principles of creativity, innovation and experimentation as are relevant to entrepreneurship in general, with voluntarism as the driving force.

CLick to become an M420 Protégé Now 

A music minister provides the body of christ with musical inspiration, guidance and leadership as part of a church's musical group or as part of an independent music team.


A word minister is an individual trained and charged with the responsibility to teach children, youths or adults from the word of God.


Registration ends Tuesday, October 31st 2017 

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