Social righteousness leaders conference doubles in size
Grace & Light’s annual National Leaders’ Conference on Social Righteousness continues to grow in reputation and size, this year attracting 110 religious and business leaders from across Nigeria.
Social righteousness is a topic they recognise as at the heart of Nigerian life and that they want to discuss with each other, sharing experiences and practical responses.
Support continues for North Eastern churches
Volunteers in Biu and Potiskum continue to faithfully visit local churches in North Eastern Nigeria in spite of unrest caused by Boko Haram and the military response.
Biu volunteers visited four churches in Borno State during August and September, while the volunteers in Potiskum visited one church in Yobe State in the same time period.
First visit of the new school year
Juoro Gbaji Government Day Secondary School is the first to host a Grace & Light visit since schools resumed in mid-September.
Volunteers in the Jalingo team visited the school, which is a mixed Christian and Muslim school in Taraba State, North Eastern Nigeria. They shared the gospel with 350 students of who 158 chose to be tested for HIV/AIDs; none tested positive.