Marlon Jackson, brother of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson and member of the famous ‘Jackson Five’ is in Nigeria, his second visit this year. Amidst working on a historical development project in Badagry and campaigning for peace in the troubled Niger-Delta, he took time out to visit T.B. Joshua, the man said to have predicted his brother’s death.
eadly floods ripped through parts of Japan and Turkey on Tuesday 21st July 2009, leaving a vicious trail of devastation and destruction in their wake. Days earlier in a prophetic declaration, Nigerian Prophet, TB Joshua had openly warned the public of such calamity…
All Voices reported the story of Moses Adeola, an elder of the Redeemed Church who came to The SCOAN all the way from US, desperate for deliverance. He had been tormented by demonic attacks, and knew that with a touch from God through the ministry of Pastor TB Joshua, he would receive his total freedom.
On the heels of his prophetic declaration concerning Michael Jackson’s sudden departure, another event that shocked the world was foretold by Prophet T.B. Joshua…
THE death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson which occurred on the 25th of June 2009 was predicted by Prophet T.B Joshua of the Synagogue of All Nations Church Trend’tainment can authoritatively reveal.
Obama’s visit to Ghana should not come as a surprise to us. The grace that is upon the country of Ghana traces way back beyond the inauguration of the country’s president John Evans Atta Mills…
With the recent historic visit of President Obama to Ghana, the relationship between Ghana’s President John Atta Mills and Pastor TB Joshua has been highlighted and discussed. Mills came to The Synagogue for a thanksgiving service just four days after his inauguration, testifying about the incredible prophecy TB Joshua gave him and its remarkable accuracy.
Heavy rain was falling on the day of President Obama’s historic visit to Ghana but ceased a few hours prior to his arrival, apparently due to divine intervention.
In his own words, Prophet TB Joshua describes his early years, and the belief that inspired him to do what no one has ever done and go where no one has ever gone in order to achieve what no one has ever achieved. It is an inspirational, challenging and reflective read, which clearly illustrates the principle of life that there is a time for everything and life is in stages… What time are you in?
Throughout the years, The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (The SCOAN) has given birth to a number of ministries, all with the ultimate design of propagating the Gospel to the four corners of the world. On March 16, 2006, Emmanuel TV, an evangelical outlet belonging to The SCOAN, began its incredible journey to take the Message of grace and truth into the homes and hearts of people across the globe. Since its inception, testimonies of God’s grace, goodness and glory have been pouring in from people of every colour, culture and creed under the influence of its programmes – indisputable evidence that distance is not a barrier for the Holy Spirit.
Whatever stance one has taken on the credibility of TB Joshua, the famous (or infamous?) pastor of The Synagogue Church of All Nation’s in Lagos, Nige ria – one fact remains indisputable, his is an incredible journey surrounded in mystery and being written in history. Joshua is easily the most vilified pastor in Africa, yet by far the most sought after. He is the hope of multitudes and yet the headache of religious bodies, who have vehemently disowned him but can’t seem to ignore him. It is a living drama being watched world over, as time’s steady course continues its revealing discourse on truth and authenticity. But what is it about TB Joshua that has actually engendered such outright denunciation and renunciation by his fellow labourers in the vineyard?
Our attention has been drawn to a recording in which one Mr Agomoh, formerly of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) made some unfortunate comments about our revered General Overseer, Prophet TB Joshua.
Prophet T.B Joshua wipes the tears of physically challenged students who go through pains daily to attend school
In their bad days, they laid siege on highways and streets in Aba, Abia State and dispossessed their victims of cars, cash, handsets and other valuables. The seven-man gang terrorized highways and areas in the eastern part of the country.