2020 Kingdom Impact Conference

 2020 Kingdom Impact Conference

Theme: A Caring people, creating a caring Society

Matt. 25: 34-41

October 9 & 10 , 2020

First Words 

The world we live in is full of troubles. Though everyone has issues, some people have greater difficulties than others. Everywhere you go, there are confusion, distrust, physical insecurity and individualism. In the midst of these, how can a Christian be a caring person? What does it mean to be a caring person?  What are the practical ways of showing care to others in our world today?

Taking our bearing from the story that Jesus told as recorded in Matt. 25:34-41, about how the little things we do for others count before him.

This conference seeks to explore how a believer can live a caring life in the midst of an uncaring world. From the story Jesus told, we identified six key areas through which can show care for others in our communities.

These include:

  1. Hunger alleviation – Mitigating Poverty through small Business Start ups
  2. Safe water provision – Safe Water to the Poor as Tool for Evangelism
  3. Homelessness – shelter provisions – Shelter for the Homeless Poor as Tool for Evangelism
  4. Clothing for the naked – Clothing for the Poor as Tool for Evangelism
  5. Medicare for the sick – Medicare for the Poor as Tool for Evangelism
  6. Visiting Prisoners and those in confinement. – The Power of Prison Evangelism

We have invited experienced kingdom men and women to lead us in this discussion and to show us practical ways to live out the caring life in our present world. This is one powerful way of preaching the gospel in the world today.

Kingdom Impact Conference is a believers meeting. It is not an outreach to unbelievers. We want to talk to ourselves and retool ourselves to pursue kingdom purpose in the new world following the COVID-19 pandemic.

I want to ask you to please send the link of this conference to your friends where they might be to join us. We are in this together. The Holy Spirit wants to do so much in our world, but He needs our cooperation. It is for this reason that we put up this conference.

May the Lord bless you and empower you to apply what you’ll learn from this conference into your daily life, going forward. Don’t ever forget that you are a kingdom personality.

Thank you.

Pst. Joseph C. Ibekwe

Founder, KIN

Meet our Speakers

Arch. Emeka Okoye

ARCH. EMEKA OKOYE has an M.Sc in Architecture from the University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. He has successfully traversed several business lines at international levels. These include Clothing and Fashion, where he won several awards for TOM and finesse, Real Estate and Global Financial Services Consultancy.

Presently, he is the Chairman of GTI/AC Yafeng West Africa, a conglomerate with diverse interests in Construction, Real Estate, Oil and Gas, Financial Services and Agriculture. He also co-ordinates the Priests and Kings Fellowship, a Global Assembly of End time soldiers of Christ with a vision to win souls for Christ.

Called to serve the Lord in an encounter with Jesus Christ in 2002, Pastor Emeka is happily married to Vivian Chinelo Mole and they are blessed with four children. Tymek, Yeshuwah, Maria and Emmanuel Okoye.

At this Conference, Arc. Emeka  will be giving us insights on how address poverty in the Body on the topicMitigating Poverty through Small Business Start-ups”

Rev. Tokunbo Adejuwon

Rev. Tokunbo Adejuwon is a man of the Word and of the Holy Spirit. He is happily married to Dr. Akunna and they have three lovely children.

He is an ordained Minister of the gospel and currently serves at Rhema Bible Training Centre Nigieria as the National Director. Rhema Nigeria is one of the International campuses of Rhema USA aka Kenneth Hagin Ministries.

At this Conference, Rev. Toks will be discussing practical ways we can take care of the sick on the topic Medicare for the Poor as Tool for Evangelism”.

Pst. Mrs. Funmilayo Adebesin holds Ph.D Educational Administration and Planning from the Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State.

She is married to Pst. Adebesin Adebare and both of them have been in full-time Pastors with Winners Chapel International for 25 years and are presently Pastoring in Port Harcourt. Their marriage is blessed with 3 boys.

Dr. Mrs Adebesin is a published author of four books, including: Living for God in today’s world, How to grow in Christ now that you are born again, Password for Single Ladies, and The Winning Teenager.

She is a successful network marketer, currently with Norland industrial group. A  regular lecturer at the Word of Faith Bible Institute of Winners Chapel since 1998 and a lecturer at British American Business School, Port Harcourt.

At this Conference, Dr. Mrs. Adebesin will be sharing with us on the topic “Shelter for the Homeless Poor as Tool for Evangelism”

Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Emme Ikem

Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Emme  Ikem  is the former  Provost of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ), Ogba, Lagos, Nigeria; and the first ever female to head the institution.  She served for a record period of over 14 years, meritoriously steering the “ship” of the institution.  She is currently the MD/CEO of Shama Communications Ltd, a Consulting /Communication /Publishing Outfit based in Lagos.

Ikem holds a Phd, in Communication and Language Arts from the University of Ibadan. In the recent past, she has attended professional training courses at the London School of Publishing, UK; University of Manchester Business School, UK among others.   

She is a Fellow of the Nigerian Guild of Editors; a Honourary Deputy Director of the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge; and a member (MCArb) of the Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators among others. 

Dr. Ikem is a woman of many parts.  She was once a lecturer in the department of Mass Communication, University of Lagos; Times Journalism School, Iganmu, Lagos and Nigerian Institute of Journalism Ogba.  She spent over a decade of her career years in the Daily Times of Nigeria, where she was among others: a Columnist, Acting Chairman of Editorial Board, Editor of Times Home Studies, as well as Special Assistant and Adviser to the company’s Managing Director. 

She was formerly on the faculty of TREM Career Academy, Lagos, Nigeria.  Lizzy Ikem, as she is popularly called, has a passion for teaching and imparting communication skills for effective communication across professions and sectors, in particular to foster understanding aimed to avoid disputes and resolve conflicts. 

She is the author of “Power Writing: the author‘s guide “; a book dedicated to promoting effective communication.  She also authored “Inspired: in His presence“; “Empowered to Impact: A Biography of Bishop Mike Okonkwo” and others.  Ikem is a Publisher, Biographer, Editor, Writer and Reviewer.

Dr. Ikem is a Reverend in The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM), a Ministry where she has served the Lord Jesus for over 31 years. She is married to Engineer Nathaniel C. Ikem, and they are blessed with children and grand children.

At this Conference, Dr. Mrs. Ikem will be sharing with us on the topic “Safe Water to the Poor as an Evangelism Strategy”.

Rev. Oliver Anajemba

Rev. Oliver Anajemba has been in ministry for over 25 years. He resides in California where he has been with the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) at the Headquarter in Tustin California, for 15 years.

He is also the President of Faith Development Center Inc, a resource center committed to establishing God’s way in the nations of the world. A highly in demand minister with a passion and grace to communicate the revealed World through every available media.

At this Conference, Rev. Oliver will be talking with us on the topic Clothing for the Poor as Tool for Evangelism”.


Pastor Mrs. Esther Obasi-ike, PhD

Esther Obasi-ike is a pastor, a dynamic preacher of the gospel, a corporate consultant and a multi-gifted international inspirational speaker.

Pastor Esther has held different ministerial leadership positions in past 25 years. She is currently the pastor in charge of RCCG Solution Centre, Nairobi which has over one thousand members.

Pastor Esther is also the Founder/ President of the Queen Esthers’ Generation (QEG), a dynamic interdenominational women’s outreach that aims to Transform, Equip, Empower and Engage God’s people for Christian Service.

Pastor Esther holds a doctorate in Missiology from Fuller Theological seminary, California USA and a Masters’ degree from Africa International University Nairobi, Kenya. She was also trained in the world class Haggai Institute Hawaii USA

Pastor Esther has been married for 27 years to Pastor Prince Okechukwu Obasi-ike, the pioneer missionary of RCCG Eastern Africa Region since 1995, and the Special Assistant Missions to Pastor E.A Adeboye. They are blessed with two sons, Favour Obasi-ike and Goodnews Obasi-ike.

Pastor Dr Esther sits on the Board of several organisations. She has also received awards of excellence from different institution including the Africa International University (Nairobi – Kenya) and The Kenya Christian Professionals Forum.

At this Conference, Dr. Mrs. Obasi-ike  will be sharing her experience in prison ministry with us on the topic “The Power of Prison Evangelism”.

This conference will speak to the issues that have given you concern in recent times, as a believer.  You wouldn’t want to miss out. Please invite every believer you can reach to join this conference. It’s about us working together to make impact in a convoluted world, while shining forth as lights in the world, wherever we might be.

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