Sequence to the death of the Founder and General Overseer of Ministry of Reconciliation Evangelism and Explosion (MOREE), Dr. Emmanuel O.C Mgbejume, his son, Pastor Emeke Mgbejume has now taken over from him as the new General Overseer of the Ministry, Nationwide.
Presenting Emeke to the entire members of the ministry during the thanksgiving service which took place at the church’s headquarters in Boji-Boji Owa in honour of the late General Overseer, Rev. (Evang.) F. E. Eboh, admonished the church members to always support Emeke by contributing their quota to the growth and development of the church. ‘
He also advised the General Overseer, Pastor Emeke Mgbejume to remain faithful, prayerful and obedient to God, so that God will direct and lead him on how to control the ministry and move it to greater heights.
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Continuing, Rev. Eboh enjoined the congregation to pray for Emeke and his entire household for God to give them the courage to bear the loss of their father.
He crowned it all by placing on Emeke’s head, the native cap which he said was given to his late father. (Bishop E.O.C Mgbejume), by his spiritual father, late Baba Isaac in those days. Then he also announced that the wife of the late G.O., Mrs. Margaret Mgbejume from now onward, will become the life mother of M.O.R.E.E.
REV. MGBEJUME LAID TO REST
The remains of the General overseer, Ministry of Reconciliation Evangelism Explosion (MOREE) and one time chairman, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) Ika North Chapter, Bishop Rev. (Dr) Emmanuel Okoro Mgbejume have been laid to rest. He joined his creator at the age of 72 and was buried on Saturday March 13, 2020 at his ministry, No 121 Tete Street Boji Boji Owa, Delta State.
Ministering during the Service of Songs, a Warri based cleric, Rev. Dr. Nath Ayetin enjoined the congregation to read Isaiah 57:1 & 2 and Revelation 14:3, where it is written that blessed are the children of God Almighty who die in the Lord from now on, as they will spend eternal life with their creator in heaven.
Continuing, the man of God admonished Christians to always examine their lives whether they are with God or the devil.
Preaching at the burial ceremony at Owa Model Primary School premises, the guest speaker in a similar admonition, titled his message “What is Life”.
Describing life as an investment, noting that whatever one sows, one will reap.
Continuing, he enjoined Christians to read 2nd Corinthians 5:17 and advised them to give their lives to God, stressing that it is obvious that if any man is in Christ Jesus, he becomes a new creature; old things will pass away and everything will become new for him. He also said that life is a journey. Destination in any journey determines the level of his or her preparedness. He concluded by describing the late Evangelist, Bishop Rev.Dr. E.O.C Mgbejume as a hardworking and faithful son of God.
At the thanksgiving service which took place on Sunday March 14, 2020 at M.O.R.E.E headquarters in Boji Boji Owa, the guest speaker Rev. Evang. Fredrick U.E Eboh directed the congregation to the book of Acts 12:24-30, titling his message “Reconciliation” proceeding, the man of God advised everyone who had issues with anyone to reconcile with them as fast as they can before it will be too late for them to do so, stressing that no one knows when the trumpet will sound, or when he or she will be called up by God to give account of their stewardship .
Rev. (Mrs.) Mgbejume on behalf of her children appreciated God for being with them all through the burial ceremony as she described her late husband as a caring man, a loving and God fearing child of God.
Above all, she noted that Rev. Mgbejume was a type of husband she would want God to bless all her female children with.
Speaking briefly with newsmen, a son in-law and resident pastor in charge of M.O.R.E.E Ekuma branch, Abavo, Ika South Local Government Area, Rev. Daniel Emma described his late father in-law as a disciplinarian, a man that came his way irrespective of age, educational background and tribal differences. He encouraged the family to take heart and put their trust in God.
Rev. Mgbejume who was the co-founder, Christian Fellowship Center, Owa peace and Assistant Chaplain, is survived by his wife, Rev.(Mrs.) Margret Mgbejume, six children, grand children, siblings and large congregation of Christian.