The Wilson Brothers: Struck Down But Not Destroyed

‘Don't be afraid, for I am with you. Don't be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand’- Isaiah 41:10

God must have had the Northern Nigeria at heart when this declaration was made through his prophet Isaiah. Christians are made to endure difficult times as Samaila Bala reiterated in October’s story. Nothing really was their crime than believing and holding on to their faith. Of course, the case of the disciples was no different from the current situation in Northern Nigeria. Innocent Christians were forcefully made to denounce their faith and their failure to do such has led to the persecution of innocent people suffering today. It is no more news that kids are not left out of these attacks raging the whole Northern Nigeria.

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Killed in Mission

From the Desk of the Director

Dearly beloved brethren,

Thank you all for standing with us, despite the hardship in the country. You are encouraging us to build not just a home for the children, but also a future for the community.  Every month from now, we will be presenting to you a member of our family of Martyrs, our children who can share their stories with your family.  Thank you for your donation and constantly standing helping the children at the Stephen Centre.   May the Lord our God continue to bless your family.

Isaac

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I Saw My Father’s Butchered Body Wheeled Back Home: First-Class Mechanical Engineering Graduate Recalls the Horrors of 2001 Jos Riots

In 2001, a most unexpected ethno-religious riot broke out in the hitherto serene and peaceful city of Jos. Within days, about 7,000 lives had been wasted while over 50,000 civilians were left displaced and several properties billions of naira destroyed. Davou Thoma Gyang, then a ten-year-old survivor, who has now made good for himself, with a first-class degree in Mechanical Engineering, takes a retrospective look at those trouble days with Adeola Ogunlade.

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Church Must Do More for Children of the Matryrs

The Executive Director of Stephen Children International, Abeokuta, Rev Isaac Newton-Wusu, has called on the church to invest more in the education and rehabilitation of children of persecuted saints in the nation.

Wusu said this at the 14th anniversary/prize-giving day of Stephens Children International’s Abeokuta, Ogun State.

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2017 Graduant Stories

Please take time to read the testimonies of our graduants below and rejoice with us about the great achievements we have attained

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