The Christ Embassy Abuja Ministry Center has released a new music video in celebration of ReachOut Nigeria. The music video incorporates the Nigerian 58th Independence Day celebrations with outstanding musical performances.
Warri Ministry Center has also released a new song for ReachOut Nigeria.
The theme of the song is ‘Inspiring Greater Dreams’. The idea is “directed at reaching every man with the gospel contained in the most widely-read devotional in the world, Rhapsody of Realities.” The production features LMAM artistes from the Ministry Center rejoicing in the love of God. The campaign has, in the past produced a range of campaign videos starring the nation’s leading gospel artists. In these songs, the artists express their love for the word of God and the sense of joy in they get in the act of inspiring of millions of people around the world. Christ Embassy Abuja Choir in particular “has been renowned for creating outstanding theme songs and videos for this auspicious occasion, and in 2015, the Abuja Zone theme song was adopted as the official National ReachOut Nigeria track.”
The ReachOut Nigeria campaign, which made its debut last year during the independence celebration, has grown to be the country’s largest social movement. Now in its 11th year running, the campaign continues to inspire millions of people around the country by informing and educating people on Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s Rhapsody of Realities, also known as, the Messenger Angel. In addition to its amazing out-reach efforts, the campaign has also awarded educational grants to inmates who wish to study through correspondence.
In an article from The Guardian Nigeria, Christ Embassy dignitaries spoke about the incredible impact that ReachOut Nigeria has been making. Pastor Chidi Ezimako, The Chairman of the project committee has stated that the campaign “is now a movement with a single goal of reaching the lost in the nooks and crannies of the country. We are reaching these lost ones through our prayers, by impacting on our host communities through our social community responsibilities, distribution of ‘Rhapsody of Realities’ and instilling patriotic spirit in Nigerians.”
Ezimado expressed how that with the campaign, he aims to inspire hope and faith in the million individuals because Nigeria “is not yet a failed nation.” The campaign, in its short time running, has created waves throughout the nation. Lagos, Zonal Director of the Church, Pastor Lanre Alabi, informed that ‘Rhapsody of Realities, a daily devotional, is “now in its 15th year in print, has got to over 242 countries and in 664 languages of which 38 of them are in Nigeria. A true feat for Christ Embassy.