Vol 14 – 2022

Theme: The Bible on Ministries and Ministers

  • The Bible on Ministers and Ministries: President’s Address and Presentation of the Conference Theme – Teresa Okure
  • The Priestly Ministry of Melchizedek in Genesis 14:18-20 and the Higher Ministry of Jesus in Hebrews 7:1-8:6 – Luke E. Ijezie
  • Ministry of the Royal Priesthood in Exodus 19:6 and Its Theological Expansion in 1 Peter 2:5, 9–10 – Michael Ufok Udoekpo
  • At the Service of the Word of God – Understanding Huldah’s Ministry in 2 Kings 22:14-20 – Mary Jerome Obiorah
  • The Nature and Import of the Call Narrative in Isaiah 6 and its Lessons for Ministry Today – Gerald Emem Umoren
  • Amos 7:10-17: A Paradigm for Interpreting Modern Ministers – Michael Paul Pilani
  • True Ministry Rooted in God: A Study of Amos 7:12-15 – John Chike Nwanze
  • Matthew 18:15–18 in the Service of the Church’s Ministry of Reconciliation – Rowland Onyenali
  • The Mission of the Twelve (Matthew 10:5-15): A Guide and Challenge to Christian Ministers in Nigeria – Joel Okechukwu
  • Teaching Ministry: A Study of Luke 1:3-4 in the Nigerian and African Context – Casmir Chukwuemeka Obi
  • Authentic Minister in Luke 3:7-14 and Implications for John’s Ministry! – Cosmas Uzowulu
  • The Friend of the Bridegroom” (John 3:29): The Ministry of John the Baptizer as a Model for Christian Ministry – Adinoyi Gabriel Ajibogun
  • Impulses from Two New Testament Models of Apostolic Succession and their Relevance for Choosing Ministers of the Gospel Today – Bernard Onyebuchi Ukwuegbu
  • Preaching the Word of God and Serving Tables: The Dynamism of Ministry in Acts 6:1-7 – Christopher Naseri
  • Corinthians 4:7-15 and the Challenges of Christian Mission in Northern Nigeria – Paul Danbaki Jatau
  • Colossians 1:24-29 and Its Challenge to Ministries in Nigeria – Virginia Shuaibu