The Ark of Light for All Nations has commissioned a multi-million naira building project in Alausa area of Lagos.
The project was the discovery of Isaiah Macwealth, a senior pastor of Gospel Pillars International Churches and president of the Isaiah Wealth Ministries.
The edifice was dedicated by the Presiding Bishop of March of Faith International Fellowship (USA), Wesley Arije as well as the General Overseer of Conquerors Chapel International Ghana, Isaac Anto.
Speaking at the event, Isaiah Macwealth described the commissioning of the edifice as a dream come true and added that the structure would serve as the world-wide headquarters of the Isaiah Macwealth’s ministries and all its outreaches.
On his part, chief liaison officer and head of the organising committee for the event, Abrich Agbi, explained that the building which is on an 8,900sqm landmass, would have 10,000-capacity church auditorium, bible school, prayer conference rooms, bookshop, multi-storage food bank, primary school and broadcast studio among others.
Speaking earlier, presiding Bishop of March of Faith International Fellowship (USA), Wesley Arije commended Isaiah Macwealth and his congregation for building a befitting house for the Almighty God, adding that such effort will go a long way in furthering the propagation of the gospel of the Lord Jesus across the world.
Renowned worship leader, Ron Kenoly from the USA advised ministers of the gospel to continue preaching the word of God adding, “Jesus came into the world for one very purpose and that is to preach the gospel; so ministers of the gospel should continue to preach the word of God where ever they are.”
L-R: General Overseer of the Ark of Light for all Nations, Isaiah Macwealth; Bishop of Christ Royal International Church worldwide, Tom Samson; General Overseer of Conquerors Chapel International Ghana, Isaac Anto during the dedication of the Ark of Light for all Nation in Lagos.