Meet the Set-man-Pastor Charles Ojei
An apostle of God, Pastor Charles Ojei has lifted his congregants spiritually; as a teacher, he has lifted the pages of the Bible into the hearts of his followers; as a leader, the man of God has expounded the servant-leader principles as Jesus taught His disciples; as a motivational speaker, he has inspired his audiences by injecting his strong Christian values into his enthusiastic speaking; as a counselor, he has brought solace to homes and families; and as a bridge builder, Pastor Ojei continues to engineer souls to move from hope to heights. Born into the family of Peter and Alice Ojei in Bukuru near Jos in Plateau State of Nigeria, Pastor Charles has been a man of determination from his youth. Wanting best things in life, he stops at nothing at achieving his goals. An only child, Charles was raised with cautious pamper by his mother, who became a widow at an early age.
Growing up for Pastor Charles was a life deluged with challenges and step-by-step, he has built a body of testimonies showing his strong and deep relationship with God and it is his success that drives him to lead his congregation toward Christ.
Ordained an evangelist in August 1992 at the Solid Rock Assembly Lagos, Pastor Charles served the Assembly for several years before he received the calling to start The Lighted Church on December 11, 1999. In keeping with a specific instruction from the Lord to bring together a people who will be a light to this world, Pastor Charles wrestled with this injunction for as long as he could but eventually submitted himself to the will of God and was ordained a Pastor by Pastor Taiwo Odukoya of The Fountain Of Life Church Lagos on December 11, 1999. Pastor Charles, a teacher of the Word and an avid reader ensures that his members do not just study the word but know it historically and spiritually while expounding its many facets for their all round victory in life.
When The Lighted Church finally was launched on December 11, 1999 it was a culmination of a man’s personal struggle with his faith and the total submission to the will of God. The Vision given to him was to ensure all who came to the Church would become ‘light to the world’ and exhibit the boldness of God as enunciated in the MISSION STATEMENT.
Cell Fellowship Manual
Communion ServiceExcellence Hotel And Conference Centre Ijaiye-Isheri Road, Aguda-Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos09:00 AM
Workers SeminarExcellence Hotel And Conference Centre Ijaiye-Isheri Road, Aguda-Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos09:00 AM
All Worship & Communion ServiceExcellence Hotel And Conference Centre Ijaiye-Isheri Road, Aguda-Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos09:00 AM
WORSHIP HIS MAJESTY
TIME 8:00 AM
( Brethren should endeavour either to fellowship @ the addresses close to their houses or offices forhouse fellowship meetings on Wednesdays.)
The amount of covenant blessings of God you carry does not glorify Him; rather He is glorified by the manifestation of those blessings...
No matter how strong the opposition you are facing is, when you insist on your blessing, you will weary your enemy...
Every great person that existed or exists made one mistake or the other in their journeys of life. Greatness does not mean the absence of mistakes but how you use such mistakes as stepping stones for your success...
As a child of God, the mistakes you make in your pursuit of God will work together for your good...
THE GROWING FAITH 2
From faith to faith. Everyone has a measure of faith.
King Tutankhamen was a famous Egyptian Pharaoh buried about 1357 BC in an extremely pyramid grave. This tomb was discovered completely intact in 1922 by an English Archaeologist. Among its treasures was found honey, wheat and corn. Curious to see what would happen after 3279 years the archaeologist planted the wheat and the corn by the River Nile. It received proper moisture and nourishment from the soil. After the normal maturity period, wheat and corn sprang forth- a harvest from seed of more than 3000 years old! Though it had lain dormant for 3 and a half millennium the seed had the potential to produce and to reproduce a notable harvest. All it needed was the right environment in which to grow.
For a seed of faith to produce fruit, it must be planted (used) or put in use. It might look as small as a mustard seed but it has the potential to become a tree.