THE ARK OF LIGHT FOR ALL NATIONS IS FULFILMENT OF THE WORD OF GOD AND BASE FOR THE GOSPEL – APOSTLE AGBI
By Oki Samson, Trek Africa Newspaper
Every great impact project must have a base, that is why the military all over the world have bases. This is what the Ark of Light for All Nations, an imposing structure located in Oregun, Lagos has become for the Isaiah Wealth Ministries. It is the base and global headquarters of the Isaiah Wealth Ministries and all its outreaches such as Mission Assisted Project (MAP), Gospel Pillars Ministry etc.
Launched on Saturday 11th November 2023 to the Glory of God, it also became the fulfilment of the vision shown to the General Overseer of the ministry, Prophet Isaiah Macwealth whom God told that the building will be commissioned within 4 months of construction. From start to finish, the facility project which seats on a 8900sq.m. landmass at Plot 11A-C Kudirat Abiola Way, Ikeja, Lagos gulped billions of naira.
Trek Africa Newspaper can report that the Ark of Light for All Nations houses a 10000-capacity church auditorium, Bible School, Prayer Conference Rooms, Bookshop, Multi-Storage Food Bank, Primary School, and Broadcast Studio. Other state-of-the-art facilities for worshippers which include Lodges for Visitors, mini-mart, and food court are also in the premises.
The Chief Liaison Officer for the Ark of Light for All Nations project and spokesman for the church, Apostle Abrich Agbi told Trek Africa Newspaper, ‘This project is remarkable because the Word of God has come to pass. God spoke to His Prophet, Prophet Isaiah Macwealth, and it has come to pass. He said that My house will be dedicated November 11. Today it has come to pass. The Word of God can never fail. Men say it is not possible but it has happened because God said it.’
‘The day is a very special day as we celebrating the vision of God which has become a reality. We thank God for those who partnered with the prophet. Four months ago, it seemed it won’t be a reality but today it is a reality and we give God the Glory.’
On the relevance of the project to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Agbi shared: ‘The building is a base for the propagation of the Gospel to the rest of the world. Every great impact must have a base. The military have a base. The Ark of Light is a base for speaking to the nations. It is also a base for the food bank to the less-privileged. It is a base where we respond to the needs of the world. It is a base for mission work, we have missionaries in Asia, North America, South America, and all over Africa.’
‘We thank God that we have a large congregation of youths. It shows energy, it shows we have the future. But it is not a youth church, it is a church preparing an army for the Lord’, Apostle Agbi concluded.