Theme: Understanding the times and seasons (1 Chronicles 12:32)
Keynote speaker: Apostle Alfred Williams
We encourage you to book your space early and ensure to print and bring your confirmation ticket for check-in at the event.
Conference fees is as advertised. Please note that refunds will only be issued if a refund request is submitted to email@example.com no later than two weeks to the conference
What is it?
This is the Premier annual Men’s conference organised by the OFNC Men’s group called the “Anchor Men”. The conference will focus on dependability and generational transfer of knowledge through mentorship. In this season of declining societal values and worldwide ungodly radicalisation and onslaught on Christians we aim to equip men as saints for the next move of God. This is to enable them take their place in a society where the Bible and the word of God is the final authority.
Reining back on the axis of evil and darkness require that men become dependable as Priests, Prophets and Kings in our society reliably passing knowledge from one generation to the next.
This years’ conference will focus on understanding the times and seasons that we're in and to understand the position of godly men and their role in establishing God's kingdom here on earth.
Special Features of this year’s Conference
- A keynote address by Apostle Alfred Williams – General Overseer Christ Faith Tabernacle, London.
- Two plenary sessions led by the keynote speaker on the conference theme.
- A Luncheon
- 6 cutting edge presentations addressing men's leadership roles in society.
- A 90 minute audience interactive session.
- Prophetic worship and prayers.
Who should attend?
The conference is open to ALL men from the age of 18 years old- Fathers, Sons, brothers, friends from anywhere in the world.
You can invite, encourage and support men from all walks of life to attend the conference.
Men and especially their Leaders in Churches
Women register your husbands
Parents register your adult sons
Every OFNC Man should aim to bring at least one other man with them to the conference even if you have to sponsor them.
Can I bring Non-Christian Men?
This is an Evangelistic conference with emphasis on equipping men to become godly and dependable role models in our Society. It is therefore an ideal conference to bring any man that you wish to reach for God or strengthen in their faith. It might just be the tipping event that makes them commit to a life in Jesus and eternity with God. Ask God to give you the resources to sponsor such people if finance is an issue for them.
Why Should I attend?
To become a man that God can use for His purpose you have to be dependable and trusted to teach your children and dependants the ways of the Lord. This Conference and other Anchor men programmes will provide you with the necessary skills, attitudes and wisdom to stand and be counted for God in today’s decadent society.
We require help in the following areas so please support the work of God as you are led by His Spirit. You can either fully offer to pay fully or contribute to costs in the following areas by contacting the Anchor Leadership (National or Local) or the LOC members in London. No contribution is too little and remembers it is a charitable contribution that is tax deductible
- Cost of renting the conference Hall
- Cost of customised Conference bags and other materials-
- Sponsor at least 2 delegates
- Honorarium for guest speakers
We can help promote your business to delegates and our wider contacts for a fee.
A business sponsor for conference bags will have their business acknowledged on the bag plus have their business leaflet in the bags. The estimated costs of the bag are £400. More than one business can combine to sponsor or individuals can contribute £50 -£100 towards the costs
One advertising leaflet can be placed in each conference bag for a total contribution of £30.00 only.
Conference Stalls and booths can be put up on the day by various businesses for £50.00 per stand
Conference Stall plus advert in conference bag – £75.00
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When & Where
OVERSEAS FELLOWSHIP OF NIGERIAN CHRISTIANS
OFNC is a non-denominational Christian charity, predominantly (but not wholly) Nigerians by nature, nurture or affiliation we have a passion for the universality of Christianity. We see Christianity as “a way of life” which grants us access to spiritual gifts principally for service to the body of Christ and humanity at large in completing the ‘good works’ for which we were created.
The unity and extension of the Church is at the core of our quest and has been the central message in our objectives. We are particularly passionate about the unity of Nigerian Christians in Diaspora as we believe that they are imbued with needful fervour for much needed Christian renaissance. We therefore see the OFNC as complimentary to organised churches hence our providing a neutral interface for cohesive inter-denominational relations. We believe that this is fundamental to propagation of our Christian ideals.
Members are encouraged to avail themselves of the enormous opportunities for service and spiritual development within the OFNC with the goal of being more effective in their local churches. The fellowship’s emphasis on this aspiration is encapsulated in our motto; ““Everyone a Faithful Disciple of Christ”.
The OFNC, which has its modest beginnings in small house groups started by Nigerian students in the UK in the 1960s, has mushroomed over the years into nineteen branches across the UK with representation in all the major cities. Our focus has been primarily grassroots-based with a commitment to providing ‘a family’ to every Nigerian Christian, particularly those in multi-national churches.
OFNC continues to proliferate as collaborative and flexible relations with local churches birth new branches in relatively isolated communities thus bringing that much treasured sense of family. We have vibrant ministries for children, youth, women and men all with popular conferences and events. We are of the view that all Nigerian Christians and affiliates should be members of the OFNC. You are therefore welcome to join us as we work towards making everyone an effective agent for change in our community.
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