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Pastor Godwin and Juliet Evans have been serving God in full-time ministry for the past 20 years. Coming from a building background Pastor Godwin called of God to ministry in the early 1986
After attending Bible College, Pastor Godwin planted a church in Benin City Nigeria - West Africa before He shiffted His base to Spain. Following this they have served as a resident Pastors of 2 large churches as well a time ministering nationally and internationally as Itinerant Preachers.

As a Pastor, with an apostolic mandate his ministry was in high demand in many parts of the world. In Nigeria, he basically was preaching in crusades winning souls in thousands especially within the rural areas and preaching revival in churches.

With a great insight into spiritual warfare, he also operates in the miraculous as his ministry is always accompanied with demonstration of the power of the Holy Ghost to save, heal and set the captives free. While in Nigeria, Africa, he hosted and preached with many Servants of God from USA and other parts of the world.

The service of God has taken him to many nations of Africa including, Ghana, Togo, Senegal ,Europe where he preached in crusades and church revivals.

He is married to First Lady Juliet Odiagbe Evans and the marriage is blessed with-
2 beautiful daughters and a son, and both of them are residing in Valencia Spain, Pastoring one of the fastest growing church in Spain.
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apostle william, bishop francis,bishop t,jakes

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Leadership in the Church

The New Testament mentions a wide variety of leaders in the church: apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, teachers, bishops, elders and deacons. What are these offices? Are they commanded for the church today? Let's examine the evidence, starting with the titles given in Eph. 4:11.


Doesn't everyone know what an apostle is? Isn't that the highest rank of church leadership? That may be how the word is sometimes used, but the word had a different meaning before the church existed. It originally meant "one who has been sent" — an ambassador or representative. This general meaning is seen in some New Testament uses.

Jesus used the word in a general sense when he said that a "messenger" is not greater than the one who sends him (John 13:16). Similarly, Paul referred to some apostles whose names were not important enough to be given; the NIV calls them "representatives" (2 Cor. 8:23). That was the general function of an apostolos. When Paul called Epaphroditus an apostolos, he may have meant simply that Epaphroditus was a messenger of the church at Philippi (Phil. 2:25).

Jesus, who was sent by the Father, was an apostle (Heb. 3:1). The 12 disciples, who were sent by Jesus, were also apostles (Mark 3:14, etc.). Obviously, the disciples are not in the same category of authority as Jesus, but the same Greek word is used. Barnabas and Paul were also sent out, and they were called apostles (Acts 14:4, 14).

The 12 disciples and Paul used the term apostolos as the name of their leadership office in the church (Acts 15:23; Rom. 11:13; Gal. 1:1; etc.). Authority came with the sending — a messenger sent by Jesus Christ had an authoritative understanding of that message.

James may have been an apostle, too — in one verse he seems to be distinguished from the apostles, and in another he seems to be included (1 Cor. 15:7; Gal. 1:19). Similarly, Timothy is excluded sometimes (2 Cor. 1:1; Col. 1:1) and included once (1 Thess. 2:6) — but in this latter verse Paul may have been using the term in a general sense of messenger or representative.

The reference in Rom. 16:7 is debated. Some say that Andronicus and Junias (or Junia)1 were apostles; others say that the verse simply means they were esteemed highly by the apostles. Even if they were apostles, however, they were probably messengers rather than being apostles in the sense of having a permanent position of authority in the church. (If they were apostles in the same sense that Paul was, it is odd that we know almost nothing about them, either from the Bible or from church history.)

Some people falsely claimed to be apostles (2 Cor. 11:13; Rev. 2:2). Paul facetiously called them "super-apostles" (2 Cor. 11:5; 12:11). Although he was the least of the apostles, he was not inferior to the self-proclaimed apostles (1 Cor. 15:9).

God appointed some people to be apostles (1 Cor. 12:28; Eph. 4:11). This was part of the foundation of the church (Eph. 2:20; 3:5). What role did apostles have in the church? The Twelve and Paul were instrumental in beginning the church. Soon after Jesus had ascended to heaven, the disciples said that a requirement for their "apostolic ministry" was to have been with Jesus during his ministry (Acts 1:21-25). These apostles not only preached, but also exercised some administrative leadership. They laid hands on deacons whom the people had chosen (Acts 6:6) and they made decisions with the elders (Acts 15:22).

Paul mentioned some of his qualifications to be considered an apostle: seeing the Lord and raising up churches (1 Cor. 9:1). His converts were the "seal" of his apostleship — evidence that he had been sent, at least to them (v. 2). He noted characteristics that marked an apostle: "signs, wonders and miracles" (2 Cor. 12:12). An apostle preaches the gospel as a faithful messenger of the Lord. He is an official representative of Jesus Christ, more exclusive and authoritative than elders. pastor Godwin evans

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At 9:53am on May 5, 2013, Pastor Nathan Lennon said…


At 5:18am on March 25, 2013, Duale Joy said…

hello dearest,
My name is Joy i saw your profile and became interested in you, I believe that good friend is a Gift of God, please write to me in my email address ( not on the site i have an important issue to discuss with you please i will need your help even your picture, send me your contact email address so that I can contact you.

At 4:28am on August 26, 2012, hanni josh said…

Dear ,
May the peace of our almighty God rest upon you and your family, i have added you on my wall , i want you to feel free to contact me via my email address for further introduction Thanks Dr Joshua

At 4:20am on August 26, 2012, hanni josh said…

Dear Godwin,
May the peace of our almighty God rest upon you and your family, i have added you on my wall , i want you to feel free to contact me via my email address for further introduction Thanks Dr Joshua

At 1:56pm on September 23, 2010, Evangilist John Tukundane said…
At 4:42am on July 14, 2010, EVANGELIST GODWIN OJERINDE said…
Amen.may the peace of the Lord continue to be with you
At 1:29pm on June 29, 2010, William J. Bass said…
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After you ck it out, please e-mail me bk at with your thoughts and or comments. Be Blessed
At 12:10am on May 7, 2010, Abraham Israel said…
Praise Yahweh! For His Wonderful Super Great Word! Wow A Great Good Blessing Is Here, Right Now Study And Open Your Eyes And SEE! Study Like You Have Never Every Done Before In Your Hold Life. And So It Is! Shalom! Good Day My Wonderful Love One!. A Brother ask me if i had did some studying on Lord & Jesus? I appreciate his question in regards to Lord and Jesus. Because people just don't ask that Guestion or Study it to know; Will You Do "2 Timothy 2:15" To Know The Truth?; Moreover Here Are The FACTS; When you look in the Strongs Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible or the King James Hebrew/Greek Key Word Study Bible, Under the Reference Lord there is a Hebrew Reference, 3068 יהוה which is YHWH. And concerning Jesus, go to the Greek Dictionary in the same Reference book there is a Greek Reference 2424 Which will take you to the Hebrew Reference 3091 which is Joshua,
which will take you back to the Hebrew Reference 3068 יהוה which is YHWH. Note,When you read and apply the principles of 2 Timothy 2:15, You will know these FACTS; That Joshua,
Jesus, Isaiah, Lord, Jehovah, Jehovah-jireh, Jehovah-nissi, Jehovah-Tsidkenu, Jehovah-Shalom, Jehoshaphat, Hoshama, John, Tobiah, Jonathan, Eljehoenai, Jah, Bedeiah, Yah, Jaaziah, Elijah, Jehu, Eliah, Jaresiah, Jeshua, Jehoahaz, And other Names or Titles Will ALL
take you back to Hebrew Reference "3068 יהוה YHWH" Come On Look And SEE; Moreover, I come in truth. All I ask is that you consider to Study the facts and be blessed. And go and Wake Up~Wake Up~Wake Up Your Family and continue to be blessed. Praise Yahweh, Your Dear Brother King Abraham!
At 5:54am on November 17, 2009, Pastor Arlee Turner Jr. said…
To possess, to save, and to spend money are all absolutely legitimate as far as the Word of God is concerned. But when money is magnified out of proportion or becomes an obsession and distracts the believer from the plan of God, it is evidence of monetary reversionism (James 4:13-15; 1-6).

At 11:58am on November 16, 2009, KHADINE BECKFORD said…


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