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anonymous PHILIP! A TEACHER FROM NIGERIA! November 27, 2007 7:50 AM

Philip KenTHIS IS PHILIP FROM NIGERIA!  [report anonymous abuse]  [ accepted]
 
anonymous  November 27, 2007 9:29 AM

Phil Odili. is a  Sunday School teacher in Nigeria!  [report anonymous abuse]  [ accepted]
 
anonymous  November 27, 2007 9:33 AM

Dear sister Donna and everyone,
Thank you once again for encouraging the church here in Nigeria. God will bless you & your family.The entire body of Christ here extend their heart-felt gratitude to you.We are also praying for all of you there.
Please Donna, do not relent on your efforts so far to extend support to us here. I want to personally ask you to assist us to purchase microphones & public address-system.Any gift made to God is always rewarded.Tomorrow is annual harvest for little children.What have you to offer to God?You know God has a reward for the giver.
Please I need your response soonest as God will honour you as you give quick reply.
Thank you & due have a nice day.
From,
Phil O
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anonymous  November 27, 2007 9:38 AM

My mailing Address is  NO 53 OGBUAGA STREET,OTUOGU,ASABA.DELTA-STATE,NIGERIA.
     My email address is philip1963nl@yahoo.com

My name is Phil Odili N.
    I would like to have yours too.
                 God Bless You!
                      Jesus Loves you.
                               Phil.
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anonymous  December 09, 2007 11:19 AM

Philip,
Whose name is really Philken, but Philip is a bit shorter, has just sent me a beautiful photograph of his wife and him together.
They are a beautiful couple, and love the Lord very much. Please remember them and pray for them.
Donna
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anonymous  January 01, 2008 9:03 PM

Dear Donna,
Happy new-year to  you.
I hope is all fine? If so thanks be to be God.
Since few days now,i did not hear  from you.i want to remind you that
Gods works this new year is very important in our live.
  I know your have done your best to support my prayer group.Thank you.
I want to ask to please do all you can to assist us,so we can erect a structure before
the rains. 
I wrote to  all the contacts you gave to us. I wish to hear from you soon.
    Bye and may God bless you.
           Yours in Christ,
                 Philip.  .
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anonymous  January 27, 2008 12:03 PM

DO NOT FORGET TO READ THESE POSTS!

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anonymous  February 14, 2008 5:37 AM

EVERYONE! PHILIP IS STILL AROUND AND WISHES TO HEAR FROM YOU! PLEASE E-MAIL AND WRITE TO PHILIP!  [report anonymous abuse]  [ accepted]
 
anonymous  March 25, 2008 2:02 PM

Please continue to write to Phillip and to pray for this devoted man of God!
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 August 19, 2009 6:40 PM

Remember to pray for the church builders and church planters!
Please choose a day to pray for the church planters and church builders in poverty stricken countries, third world countries, war torn countries and restrictive countries!
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 April 27, 2011 4:15 AM

Nigeria Elections: Following the April 16thpresidential elections in Nigeria, in which President Goodluck Jonathan (a Christian) defeated rival Buhari (a Muslim), riots, vandalism, and violence broke out across the predominantly Muslim northern part of Nigeria. Radical northerners responded to the election results by torching of dozens of churches, destroying thousands of Christian homes, and killing Christians who were unable to flee. Outraged Muslims protested the election results in the streets of northern Nigeria for several days after the election. Full story>>   [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 
 May 19, 2011 10:09 AM

Violence Continues in Nigeria after Presidential Elections
As she lay on the ground dying, Dune looked into her husband's tear-filled eyes and asked, "Is this the end between us?" As Pastor James Musa Rike held the hands of his 35-year-old wife he told her, "Hold on to your faith in Jesus, and we shall meet and never part again." The presidential elections in Nigeria may have been the fairest in years but they were also the bloodiest. Since the April elections, elevated tensions have resulted in violence between Christians and Muslims living in northern Nigeria.
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