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10th November, 2016.
Executive Secretary, Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Rev. Uja Tor Uja (middle) with the just Inaugurated Spiritual Committee for the 2016 Main Pilgrimage Exercise during their inauguration at NCPC corporate headquarters in Abuja yesterday.


The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Rev. Tor Uja, has said that the Commission would develop more spiritually developmental materials to help pilgrims even when they are back from pilgrimage.

He disclosed this recently while inaugurating the spirituality and counseling committee for the 2016 pilgrimage to Israel, Rome and Greece.

The NCPC boss informed members of the committee that one of his goals would be to ensure that every single person that goes on pilgrimage should come back with an improved relationship with God.

He disclosed that next year the Commission plans to organize leaders pilgrimage. In the words of the Executive Seretary: "I will like to raise an army of people who are biblically prepared to take up the challenges of redefining the spiritual content of pilgrimage".

He further disclosed that next year he would organize a training conference for all the Chaplains and members of the spirituality and counseling committee.

Rev. Uja further affirmed that the A Day with Jesus programme of the Commission would be sustained but would be extended to two and half days to include orientation for participants on the first day.

In his response, one of the members of the committee, Barr. Isaac Okpanachi, stated that his heart rejoices over the assignment because of the direction and dimension the NCPC helmsman has taken. He explained that pilgrimage should go beyond sightseeing but should focus more on soul winning.

The Executive Secretary is the Chairman of the committee, Bishop Benjamin Kururdu would serve as the deputy chairman while the NCPC Chaplain, The Rev. Ayodele Jato will serve as the secretary.

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