Increasing support from Nigerians living in Nigeria

Grace & Light’s purpose in challenging Nigerians to live lives that honour God is gaining traction in the country with more and more people choosing to become members and financially support our work.

The latest members signed up during our annual fundraising dinner in Jos at the end of November. Many have since made ongoing monthly financial giving commitments via standing order.

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Nigerian Christians Choosing Lives that Honour God

Living lives that honour God is now Grace & Light’s main focus during church visits, replacing HIV/AIDS testing.

This reality struck international coordinator Tassie Ghata during a Sunday service vision sharing visit to COCIN’s headquarters church in Jos in early December.

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People Flock to Affordable Book Fair

People came from all over Nigeria to find books at our recent fundraising bookfair, making it our most successful so far.

They came in family groups, with university and college student friends, school teachers and church groups, travelling from Abuja, Bauchi, Gombe, Yola, Kaduna and other towns across Nigeria.

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Instilling Christian Values in Young People’s Lives

Behaviours their parents were brought up to avoid are now considered normal by young people exposed to global social media. Nigerian students are no exception.

Both Christian and Muslim students share relaxed views about drinking, getting drunk, gambling and visiting bars and casinos during Grace & Light visits to their schools.

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Up To The Rafters

Builders have reached the rafters on the second floor of our largest building project to date – the training centre at our Jos headquarters.

Rather than being wooden, these rafters are metal which lasts longer in the Plateau State climate.

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