make the movement from our little selves to a larger world than remembering God
in gratitude. This movement can best be propelled in praise and worship, which enables an ability of divine expression that transcends words, and transform our
heart to a state of intense happiness that makes you dance in an unimaginable
was remarkable for Bowen University Students, the university hosted Pastor and Mrs. Philip Adika, a veteran music minister. Pastor Philip Adika, who upon collecting
the microphone on Friday 24th of march charged the atmosphere by repeatedly saying: “If it is God it must be good and if it is good it must be God” till most of the students in the chapel repeated after him.
There is a popular saying in Yoruba that; “you see different kind of knifes the day an elephant dies”. This was evident as there
were all manner of dancing. The three days’ revival was a step by step gradual step to a climaxed atmosphere of worship which was
attained on Sunday 26th of March.
some student left their seat and danced all the way to the alter.
students shouted and booed back in disagreement, Pastor Philip Adika Prostrated,
his wife knelt down begging the vice chancellor to reconsider, The Bowen Baptist Student Fellowship President, Miss Jim–George Owanemi Emmauella climbed the alter immediately and apologized on behalf of Final year students (who stood up in
unison) and the whole university students for the vice chancellor to reconsider.
The ministry was founded in 1998 and raised by divine instruction to redeem the choir’s image and return her glory before Jesus’ arrival; to turn every sorrow into joy in every life, home and church via Praise/music and to prepare every choir and church for the heavenly mass choir.