-:By Chukwudi Asoya/ Magnus Emuji

Christians and other well meaning individuals in the society have been called upon to embrace God with sincerity of purpose and identity with churches that could impact positivity on their lives.

The resident Pastor of Winners ‘ Chapel, Obi-Ugbe , Asaba, Pastor Godstime Omatene gave the advice in Asaba while speaking with newsmen shortly after his birthday celebration with his family and members of the church.

Pastor Omatene said that there were numerous blessings for those that served God with clean heart, adding that genuine worship centres were places where solutions could be gotten.

The clergyman stated that God has used him to impact on lives since he became a pastor, stressing that many of his members in the church had continued to witness success and breakthroughs in their lives .

Pastor Omatene, who stressed the need for men of God to enter into contract with God and seek direction from Him whenever they were called upon, hinted that by April, 2024 he would have spent 5 years as the resident Pastor of the church.

While appreciating his family and members of his church for celebrating his birthday with him , Pastor Omatene said that he was overwhelmed by the show of love for him and described Winners’ Chapel, Obi-Ugbe Asaba as a centre of solution.

In their separate remarks, some members of the church including the men’s leader of the church, Mr. Shadrach Oghenemario Avele , Mr. Kayode Ajayi , who is also of the leaders in the church and the Personal Assistant (PA) to the resident Pastor, Mr. Ogwu Jeremiah described the Omatene as a great servant of God with so much anointing to transform peoples ‘ lives .

They said that God had been using Pastor Omatene to touch lives and congratulated him on his birthday just as they wished him more grace and good health.

Avele and Ajayi , however, pledged their continued support for the pastor for the overall benefits and growth of the church.

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