HISTORY OF CACGM
Rt. Rev. Apostle (Dr.) Samuel Enoragbon Ogbonmwan JP,
was born in 1930, to the great Ogbonmwan-Oghodu dynasty.
His father was Ogbonmwan Okunwague and his mother
was Deaconess Ruemwinyogho Ogbonmwan, both of
blessed memory.
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WELCOME MESSAGE FROM REVEREND BLESSING

 

Beloved,
In life one of the most important thing we can not do without, though it is capable of building or destroying lives is "friendship", The one you give or accepted his / her love will go along way determining your success or failure.
Many people today are suffering not because they are the worst there is, but because of the wrong people they have permitted into their lives or wrong relationship they entered into due to ignorance.
Everyone has been programmed by God to succeed and become a success in every area of their lives. The word Failure is not in God’s program for any one, YOU ARE DESTINE TO WIN.

You are not just an ordinary person, neither are you the wrong names people call you, you are not a failure, you are a success, a winner, a Victor, A Blessed child of God, a carrier of blessings, You are the head and not the tail.
The most important thing friendship or relationship offers is INFORMATION [positive or negative] this certain will help us to either become wise or unwise. [Become a winner or a looser].
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CACGM GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT

Rt. Rev. (Dr.) Apostle Godspower A. Ogbonmwan
was born in 1948 to Late Pa. Ogbonmwan Okunwague and Deaconess (Mrs.) Ruemwinyogho Ogbonmwan of the great Ogbonmwan-Oghodu dynasty. He hails from Emodu village, otherwise Known as Ogunmwenyi Village, along Upper Ekehuan in Ovia North East L.G.A. of Edo State.

He had, as far back as 1970, obtained a certificate in Theology from the New Covenant Bible College (now called All Nations for Christ Bible Institute, Benin City. The zeal to work for God through adequate self-enrichment and equipment took him to Christ For The Nations Bible Institute, Dallas, U.S.A. in 1983. He returned to Nigeria early in 1985, with a Diploma in Theology (1984). [Read all]

 
 
 
HEAD OF FOREIGN MISSION

Rev. Dr. Matthew Ogbonmwan, Foreign Mission superintendent, Christ Apostolic Church of God mission resides with his family in Houston Texas, U.S.A. He has written several books including "Vision without people perish", "Seven reasons for giving", "Bitterness", "A Cancer in the Church", God's simple tips for ministers", etc.

He travels all over the Nations preaching, organizing crusades, seminars, revivals and teaching Christian Management. He organizes National and International Conventions to equip Saints, Ministers and all who desire God's perfect direction for their lives.

 
   
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