Author Archives: Anglican Diocese, Jos

25TH EPISCOPAL SYNOD

“I have observed from my readings and from life’s experiences that the men and women who have transformed societies, brought about change in communities, turned around the hearts of men and women to Jesus Christ, and made the greatest spiritual … Continue reading

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ROCK HAVEN ARCHDEACONRY

We give glory to God for His faithfulness to us since the creation of our Archdeaconry. We are part of God’s great work of grace through the ministry of the Archbishop Kwashi. The Archdeaconry was created to take care of … Continue reading

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The Way Ahead

  “And the people said: `Let us rise up and build.’  So they strengthened their hands for the good work.”  (Nehemiah 2:18)   During the early months of his episcopate, the example of Nehemiah was constantly held before the diocese … Continue reading

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The Day of enthronement

  The Rt. Rev. Benjamin Argak Kwashi was installed and enthroned as the third Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Jos at 4.00 p.m. on Sunday 9th February, 1992.  He took as the text for his sermon, “Seek first the … Continue reading

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Change and Growth

The concern shown in these projects for education, health and training correctly reflects a deep concern to build changed lives, and a changed society.  This change can only come about through the complete gospel.  As Bishop Kwashi said in his … Continue reading

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RANTYA ARCHDEACONRY IN TWENTY FIVE YEARS

written by Justice Okoronkwo St. Bartholomew’s Church Rantya was one of the churches born out of the mission outreaches by the Archbishop Benjamin Kwashi in July 1997.  The young church set within the residential communities of Kufang, Kangang, the State and … Continue reading

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The Religious “Conversion” Franchise in Nigeria

Moslem youths have found it very profitable to come to any Church and claim that they are persecuted by their families because they have ‘converted’ to Christianity. Knowing that they will be given special treatment and will have many churches … Continue reading

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Back Stories

Mission Possible Despite Insurgencies and Radical Jihadists “A Church without Mission is Dead,” says Archbishop Benjamin A. Kwashi. Speaking at the Jos Diocesan Mission Convention, the Archbishop calls on Christians to make missions the topmost priority. The Challenges posed by … Continue reading

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A Church without Mission is Dead

The Most Rev Dr. Archbishop Kwashi has reiterated that unless a Church focuses on mission and evangelising the communities around it, it will soon loose relevance and die off. There may be fantastic monuments and buildings but the life of … Continue reading

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Anglican In the Hands of Boko Haram/Kaduna Religious Bill

    CSW: Highlights of Pursue Justice 2016, London. Details Soon. JACOB KWASHI: More Anglicans Die at Hands of Boko Haram than all Christians in Middle East  ‘Yes. We got to know the ones in the diocese of Damaturu in … Continue reading

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