TB Joshua’s widow reels out SCOAN's achievements during thanksgiving

Mrs Joshua

Pastor Evelyn Joshua, the widow of the late founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua, has reeled out the achievements of the church since it reopened on December 5, 2021, following the demise of the late founder.

It will be recalled that TB Joshua passed away on June 5, 2021, which led to the shut down of the church. However, it was later reopened on December 5 and the church marked its thanksgiving service same day. According to Mrs Joshua, the thanksgiving service will now be an annual event.

Speaking at the thanksgiving service on Sunday, December 5, 2022, which was monitored by The Nation, Mrs Joshua said,  “Our story has been one of success, progress in all dimensions.

“We have kept moving from one level to the other in our spiritual journey, having the Holy Spirit as our chief driver. He has always provided the needed confidence and strength of the spirit for the leadership of the ministry."

She also spoke about some of the projects the church has been involved in. She said, “One task we have taken as a church is to honour the elders who have stood firmly as our pillars.

“We have supported our old testament members with cash gifts as well as clothes and umbrellas. We also extended charity to the needy, orphans, widows and widowers outside the church, through distribution of food items, a tradition started by our General Overseer, Prophet TB Joshua.

“We have a lot of testimonies from our members and partners in 2022. Viewers all over the world confirm the ever presence of the Holy Spirit in our midst.”

She also spoke about the values of her late husband, adding that everyone had a beautiful story to tell about him when he was alive.

She continued, "...a man of the people who interacted with everyone including commoners, political leaders, statesmen, religious leaders, industrialists, business personalities and media executives.

“Everyone who encountered him has a beautiful story to tell on how they were blessed. The programme (My TB Joshua Moment on Emmanuel TV) is universally acknowledged for its freshness and insightful relevance.”

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