Recently launched tridimensional show, #WithChude presents its spirituality series with leading lights in faith across the continent, answering tough questions on spirituality and the impact of the global pandemic on religion.
Last week, General Overseer of Trinity House, Ituah Ighodalo; Assistant Administrative Secretary and Welfare Projects Inspector of Islamic Education Trust, Minna, Nurudeen Lemu; and RCCG’s most influential Idowu Iluyomade of City of David who also serves as the Special Adviser to Pastor Enoch Adeboye on Corporate Social Responsibility, featured on the show, exploring conversations about what the new world would look like for religious practices.
The host, Chude Jideonwo, while speaking on the ongoing faith conversations themed, ‘The Future of Faith’ explained that it is one of the facets of #WithChude, a series of multimedia conversations which underlines social issues, raises social consciousness, and sparks social movements across emotions, intellect, and spirituality.
“The conversations are designed to answer crucial questions concerning our faith, and how the pandemic is likely to affect religion as we have come to know and practice it,” Jideonwo said. “Though timely, I believe it will always be important to explore our spirituality – what we believe and how we express it, regardless of the changes happening in the world.”
The faith series which commenced on 11 May, 2020, will run through June, 2020 at 6pm daily, and will feature other respected voices from the different faith communities in the country including Father Matthew Kukah, Sarah Omakwu and more.
Follow Chude Jideonwo on his Instagram page @chudeity to join the conversations.