[The Church Blog] Now that the Hallelujah Challenge is almost over, what next?

In a day or two, the history-making Hallelujah Challenge would come to an end and the question we seem to ask ourselves whether consciously or not is what next? It is normal because the Hallelujah Challenge is one that had been one of the few positive things making the news.

The Hallelujah Festival which held yesterday would go down in history as a one-of-its-kind event, gathering thousands of people at several locations to praise and worship God.

For those who think this might just be the end and by July, the whole euphoria and influence of the Hallelujah Festival would die down, you need to think again. The Young and Catholic Nigerians have decided to take over Instalive with their daily prayer event to commemorate the Marian Year 2017.

More churches and Christian organisations are now more informed about how the church can utilise digital media to her advantage and are taking initiatives fast.

Above all, we believe that the Hallelujah Challenge was just a step in the right direction. There are still more things to do, more lands to conquer, more lives to influence and more grounds to break.

So, we should not relent.

We keep moving, we keep growing and we keep repping Jesus.

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