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What's the big deal about Jesus? (Spoken Word)

Men come and go Times come and fade Voices sound and quench But not the case with Him He didn't pretend to die He actually died He didn't pretend to rise He actually did No need for  proofs Only the blind doubts the obvious No need for debates Only the fool doubts the obvious What's the big deal about Jesus? He is the son of God He is the Son of David He is the Son of Abraham What's the big deal about Jesus? He has been He was to come He is to come He sure will come What's the big deal about Jesus? He is the resurrection He is the eternal life He is the replica of the father He is the fullness of the Godhead What's the big deal about Jesus? He cannot be cloned He cannot be mimicked He cannot be ignored He cannot be trapped What's the big deal about Jesus? He is the immortal mortality Who dwelt among men He is the final atonement Slained from the foundation of the world Slained that men might be


The Nation with a generation of Whole, Emotionally Balanced and Productive women, multiplies its chances of having functional families and raising positive change agents as youths. That generation begins with a girl child! DID YOU KNOW THAT 26% of sexually abused victims are in the age group of 12-14 years ? 34% are younger than 9 years? 35.8% of sexual assaults occur when the victim is between the ages of 12 and 17? 82% of all juvenile victims are female? Approximately 1 in 5 female high school students report being physically and/or sexually abused by a father, teacher, extended relative or dating partner? ( NSOP) Tamar's Pouch is committed to helping the girl child and young women heal from sexual and emotional abuse while inspiring them to reach for their fullest potentials. On January, 23 2016, we shall help 270 girls in a certain high school in Apapa, have a fresh/positive start on life as we begin the newyear, irrespective of what abusive past they mi


JTOW is the Outreach arm of the Birthplace, charged with the responsibility of taking the gospel of the saving grace of Jesus Christ around Africa and to the uttermost ends of the earth. We believe in influencing lives one at a time while seizing opportunities to reach out to groups whenever we can. Connect with us on Facebook This December, JTOW hosts street children to a special Christmas tagged #JesusOnTheStreet. The event will provide a minimum of 100 street children along the bandry/Ajegunle and Apapa axis (Lagos State) with clothes and food while sharing the Love of Christ with them. Connect with us on Facebook You can be a part of event by volunteering or giving clothes. Please see the flyer above for details