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Covenant of Life Initiative is the arm of operations that engages the world of youths and young adults through vivid and clear initiatives. 

We are a Christian institution, how be it, we are not parochial in our approach as our initiatives are visioned with every young person in mind.

It is just for you to take a step closer and we are sure will break your doubt.

Currently, we are running six Initiatives currently to create  Platforms that enables a monitoring and evaluation of yourSEF(Spiritual, Emotional and Financial).


The current list of Initiatives are:

i. THIRST: With the first edition initiated April 2017, Thirst is a platform for proper spiritual awareness. This go beyond the sphere of learning - its aim is to practically set men on course. It is always a meeting with the demonstrations of the Spirit of God.  Thirst is known... to set men on fire not for the works of  the church alone, but individuals ministry in the world and it's systems.

ii. ITLT: An acronym for In Times Like These is an initiative that responds to the uproar, errors and flying half truths around the sphere of young Christians on an annual basis. 2017 edition was able to tackle the 'hyper-Grace' issue. ITLT aims for balance, thus, bringing the Kingship and Priesthood in you!

iii. TIAG: An Acronym for There Is A God(TIAG) was the maiden event and only conference in operation at Covenant of Life. It's aim is to tackle Emotional and Financial debacles amidst young people launching them into a prosperous new year ahead. It holds every December.

iv. Covenant Readers Club: This is an initiative to stir up the press for information(Knowledge) in young Christian. This initiative aims an educate-your-SEF(Spiritual, Emotional & Financial) system where books are administered and readings are monitored with three semesters a year and a trio-examination system. This is not free and goes for just an annual subscription fee.

v. Covenant of Life Fellowship(CLF): this is a platform for young Christians who require a deeper intimacy with God and a healthy body of young believers.
It's aim is to hold 11 monthly meetings and a yearly evaluation of the members as regards the caption for the year.

vi. Project-5000:
 This is a mandate we received to Win, Influence and Establish 5000 young Christian in our immediate environment - Matogun, Ogun State.

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In this article, we will limit ourselves to the seven basic dispensations found in scripture.


ARE THERE TYPES OF FAST? Fasting is the periodic abstention from food and in some cases even water; usually this is done during the daylight hours and many people fast for religious and health reasons. Fasting is an ancient practice that has assisted in attaining a state of spiritual consciousness that is more highly sensitive and elevated than under normal conditions.

Many people in the Bible fasted, including Moses, David, and Daniel in the Old Testament and Anna, Paul, and Jesus Christ in the New Testament. Many important figures in Christian history attested to fasting’s value, as do many Christians today.

The purpose of fasting is not to get God to respond as a genie in a bottle to grant our every wish. Fasting, whether it is regular, partial, absolute, or sexual, is a seeking after God’s heart, all other blessings and benefits being secondary to God Himself. This is what sets apart biblical fasting from other religious and cultural practices around the world.

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His name was divinely given. It was to be “John” (Luke 1:13), which derives from a Hebrew term signifying “Jehovah is gracious.” He was known familiarly as “the Baptist” (bearing no relation to the modern sect), which simply means “an immerser, one who administers the rite of immersion” (Matthew. 3:1; 11:11; ..). The Jewish historian Josephus even refers to John by this designation (Antiquities 18.5.2).

The importance of John in the divine scheme of things probably is summed up best in the testimony of Jesus himself. “Among them that are born of women there has not arisen a greater than John the Baptist” (Matthew 11:11). Luke does say of John: “And the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, and was in the deserts till the day of his showing unto Israel” (Luke 1:80). This desert (or deserted) area “stretches from Jerusalem and Bethlehem eastward some 20 miles down to the Jordan River and the Dead Sea.” It is “a barren region of rugged hills and valleys” (Earle, 30).

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.....for it is in the office of God by His Spirit to give you the power to make wealth (Deuteronomy 8:18 emphasis added) but you have to remember Him(God).


2 Peter 1:1 – Simon Peter,  a servant and an apostle of Jesus Christ.

The Apostle Peter’s first letter was a message of encouragement, instruction and admonition to the Christians who were scattered throughout Asia minor.

Even though he was part of Jesus' inner circle and was a pillar in the early church , he opens his letter by calling himself a servant.

This shows you that it doesn’t matter how long you have been a Christian or how mightily the Lord used to,  you are always a servant.