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Dominion City Holds Annual Global Camp Meeting 2024

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March 25, (THEWILL)- The Dominion City Church is set to host its annual global Camp Meeting. This year’s Meeting, themed, Global Trends: Seeing, Owning the Future, is a
five-day programme scheduled to hold between Thursday, March 28th to Monday, April
1st 2024 and, with two sessions at 8am and 5pm daily.
The programme, which begins on Thursday, March 28 by 5pm and is expected to attract
members and God seekers around the globe , will be held at Dominion City Lagos
HeadQuarters, Golden Heart Place, KM 22 Lekki Epe Express Way, beside Lagos
Business School (LBS), Ajah, Lagos.
The President of the Dominion City Church and Golden Heart Foundation, Pastor David
Ogbueli and other great ministers will be present to minister powerfully to seekers. The
guest ministers include Apostle Arome Osayi, Pastor Randy Mitchell from United State
of America, immediate past executive secretary of the National Evangelical missions’ agency NEMA, Reverend Mike Adegbile, Bro Pade Tokun, Pastor Archie from Ethiopia while Ebuka Song, Anthony Kani, GUC and Yadah will minister in songs.
In a statement issued on Monday, the church revealed that there would be higher dimensions of healing, deliverance from day-one and during the miracle services
on Good Friday and Saturday evening by 5pm.
”As a ministry that believes in the education of the total man (heart, head and hands),
there will also be various schools designed to help participants gain vocational skills,
entrepreneurial insights etc in IT, Tech, media, entertainment etc amongst several
others during the programme. Teenagers and children are not left out as they will be having exclusive sessions during the programme, ” the Church explained.

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