SCOAN Marks TB Joshua's Remembrance, Inaugurates Foundation

The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) on Sunday, June 5, 2022 celebrated the first remembrance of its late founder, Prophet Temitope Joshua, who died on June 5, 2021. The remembrance was marked at the church headquarters in Ikotun, Lagos.

The occasion was graced by several dignitaries across the world. The widow of the Prophet, Pastor Evelyn Joshua, who is now the head of the church, said the church has experienced great development since the death of her husband.
She said, “We are all witnesses to what has been happening since the church reopened six months after Prophet TB Joshua passed on to glory. The vision has been carried on. Despite what the ministry has been through, we are inspired by the strong arms of God.

“Our services have kept growing in spiritual depth and divine impartation. We are determined to broaden the scope and relevance of Prophet TB Joshua’s legacy.”

One of the attendees of the event, Pastor Bernard Mulder from South Africa advised Christians to finish strong. He said, “We have a race to run. We have to finish strong. Sometimes in this journey, you have to look beyond the cross for joy. Focus on what Jesus has planned for you. What does it mean to finish strong? The day you cross over, and your heart is offence-free.”

The event ended with the unveiling of the TB Joshua Foundation, which included the TB Joshua Museum, TB Joshua Scholarship Scheme, and TB Joshua Holy Land.

The museum takes account of the life and activities of the cleric, while the Holy Land is a mountain expected to have residential areas to foster mobility and economy.

The scholarship scheme is said to assist students in their academic aspirations. The church said, “The foundation will sustain and propagate the life and legacy of the late cleric.”

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