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Bishop Oyedepo Begins Large Scale Production Of Bibles

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Bishop Oyedepo, General Overseer of Living Faith Church Worldwide (a.k.a Winners’ Chapel) has announced that the ministry’s publishing arm – Dominion Publishing House has commenced the large scale production of Bibles.

He made this announcement at the ministry’s annual convention, Shiloh, where he stressed that the installation of the automated Bible printing press is the first in Africa.

The Bible which comes in different sizes; small, medium and a larger leather-pack is meant to “reach out to everyone who believes in the Gospel of Jesus” within and across Africa.

While making the announcement, Bishop David Oyedepo, explained that one of the aims of the production as well as distribution is to ensure that the Bible in print does not go extinct as some of the electronic Bible apps cannot be trusted.

“We are doing the right thing by spreading the Gospel across Africa and beyond. It is not my product, it is God’s; He gave the word”, he said.

He further urged worshippers to see the development as a benefit to the Christian faith, adding that it is a way to “bail oneself out of every predicament.”

While stating that the mass production of Bibles will overtime grow into large scale production of bibles, tracts and other scriptures in French and other Nigerian and African languages, Bishop Oyedepo urged the congregation to pray that the production will continue from generations to generations as well as impact positively in the lives of every reader.

Robert Sunday, a worshipper expressed joy at this development, adding that it will go a long way to encourage Christians across Nigeria and Africa to remain faithful in their service to God.


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