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THE ASSIGNMENT




There are three platforms for fulfilling purpose- Pulpit, Secular or both.

Most times, young people get confused wondering if they are meant for the pulpit like pastors or the secular world (organizations and industries). They don't know they could be for both or just one.

Eagle's Soar is one of the Birthplace conferences where young people are inspired, energized, tutored and dressed for God’s given mandate on their lives.

THE ASSIGNMENT (Eagle's Soar Conference 2016) offers clarity on our life's purposes and spiritual gifts necessary for fulfilling God's mandate on our lives.

Do you sense a pull towards the fashion industry, entertainment, communications, oil and gas, ministry or whatever? Then you mustn't miss this year's conference!

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MEET THE SPEAKERS



Princess Anne Atulaegwu is an inspiring personality with a huge passion to see YOU live fulfilled. She is a conference convener, speaker, youth coach, counselor, Mentor and teacher.
Anne specializes in birthing God's purpose in the heart of young people, teaching them to nurse their vision and prophetically empowering them to fulfill destiny.
She is the author of the book PROTHESIS (An exposition on your destiny) which analyses the journey of the called  and exposes them to timely truths on fulfilling the mandate on their lives. 

When she teaches, her personality brings abstract concept to life,makes the hardest things simple and  captivates her audience leaving them hooked to the lessons for life. Anne will be handling the first session at the conference on THE ASSIGNMENT. Prepare for a life changing encounter!

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Donald Dauebimone
The Like Minds Christian Church, PortHarcourt
Donald Dauebimone, is fondly called Apostle D not only because it is a title for those in  the Apostolic office  but because He indeed is an Apostle with tangible grace to show for it.  Literarily engulfed in the Holy Ghost, He operates in deep prophetic realms that align men to the will of God for them in the present.
He has a deep insight into God's word and is known among young people as the man with the word. Apostle D will be handling the second session at the conference on THE PRICE FOR FULFILMENT.
I bet you want to hear him!

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Raymond Okpara (Jazzy Ray)
C.E.O  weTHINKalike® 




Raymond Okpara popularly known in the events world as Jazzy Ray is a rare mix of gifts and graces. A simple man of faith.
He is an astute entrepreneur, youth leader, event-host, inspirational speaker, writer, professional voice-over artiste, social-change engineer, brand’chef© and minister. 
 Thoroughly fortified with a strong aptitude through his academic training as an Oracle® Database Administrator (ODbA), almost a decade spent in the capital and stock market with three (3) of Nigeria’s established financial institutions (Wema BankUnited Bank for Africa (UBA) and FirstBank) and a never-say-never faith-inspired innovative attitude, Raymond continues to impart truth, influence and change to his world, one life at a time.
 His interest lies in seeing young people and the next generation of leaders come into their God-ordained destinies through his pragmatic delivery of life’s truths, excellence and personal development strategies. More so, to activate productive-thinking patterns in Nigeria’s young corporate employees who seek more fulfillment from life than they are presently getting.
He will handling the third session at the conference on THE ART OF BRANDING AND VISION STRUCTURING.

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And we would have the amiable Music minister  Victor Paul and the ever Lively praise team (The Psalmist Crew), Keep the gates of heaven open before and during  the event. If you love "making sense" music? Then you should come!

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VICTOR PAUL
THE PSALMIST CREW

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE


Again, Eagle's Soar Conference 2016 holds on MARCH 19 @ 5 AGBC Avenue off fasasi street by Newroad bustop Olodi Apapa Lagos, Nigeria.

See you there!
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