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"I was actually sad to leave my
home and my business but it was
not my decision to stay or to go.
When you are operating in Christ,
you are just obedient," Ojuolape
"When I got here the first thing
I realised was the terrible break-
down in family life. Almost every
home is broken and as a result of
this we are seeing how it affects
"Not all, but most broken homes
produce very angry and disturbed
individuals who are also emotion-
ally wounded," he added.
"If you think about it carefully,
every breakdown in society begins
with the family.
"We believe that at this time it
is imperative to rebuild the family,
restore family values which will
ultimately affect change in our
communities resulting in a more
"That s why we are building
churches in every community, so
that the people can be reached and
saved," said Ojuolape.
But what will the church do
that s so different in comparison
to other churches? Ojuolape said
RCCG is not just about filling
churches or quoting scriptures. It
is a church that is prepared to do
only the will of God; showing gen-
uine care and love for its members
and it is in the strict business of
saving as many lives for the Saviour,
"When you come to us, we are
with you always. We are not going
to ask you to give your life to Christ
and after that you are on your own.
As a pastor it is my duty to ensure
the members of my flock do not
fall by the wayside."
Giving testimony to this state-
ment was Ian Riley, president of
the church s Men s Association.
Riley who accompanied Ojuolape
to the interview at the Guardian
office, said although he had been
a Catholic for many years, he was
never much of a churchgoer and
often wondered how people spent
so many hours at church when
there was so much better to do.
However, since joining the church
there is hardly any place else more
special to him and his family.
Speaking highly of Ojuolape,
Riley said what touched him was
the pastor s humility and genuine
"I have seen with my own eyes,
pastor go out of his way to help
the people in his church. Even I
have benefitted from his kind-
"No matter how big the church
is, he makes the time to find out
what is happening with each and
every member. I don t recall ever
seeing this type of caring at any
church I visited before," Riley said.
"In addition, the services are
packed with African culture and
the hymns and style of praise is
different, you cannot stop dancing.
Pastor is really about saving lives
and helping communities," he
For the church s third anniversary
which was celebrated on February
14, pastor Remi Oluboba of Lagos
Province Nine in Nigeria visited
T&T s shores to speak on the
reversal of roles with African mis-
sionaries coming to countries such
as ours in an attempt to convert
and strengthen Christianity.
From Page B5
'Urgent need to rebuild families'
President of the Men's Association, Ian Riley, left, and Pastor Emmanuel Femi Ojuolape. PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA
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