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Revealing & Experiencing Jesus in a New Dimension! See all the Amazing Photos from #TE11 – The Experience 2016

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To say it was an amazingly electrifying night would not do it adequate justice. It was phenomenal! The awe that captivated the audience from the moment they flocked into TBS ground at 6pm to when Tope Alabi released them at 5am was tangibly felt. It was an evening that was better experienced than talked about. So was the success that was The Experience 2016.

The evening started with a colourful ministration by the House on the Rock choir and progressed into soul stirring performances from Onos, Eno Micheal, Sammie Okposo, Frank Edwards and Segun Obe. The grandfather of worship like he’s most often called, Don Moen, left no stone unturned in the journey to rendering deep heartfelt worship at heavens gate, with the audience. The thunderous ministrations from Midnight crew, Gabriel Ezenachi and Tim Godfrey left the crowd screaming for more! It was indeed intense.

As the evening glided to a climax, Cece Winans, Smorkey Norful, and Donnie McClaukin showed what it meant to praise God in one accord, inspite of cultural differences. Travis Greene who was visiting Nigeria for the first time, felt interestingly at home on the Experience stage. He shared testimonies and lead the worshippers in a bout of pure and undiluted worship.

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The Convener, Pastor Paul Adefarasin was unrepentant in his resolve to preach the gospel of Christ, hence the theme ‘Revealing Jesus‘. His love for a better Nigeria could be felt from the various sessions of prayers that were raised for the nation through different pastors of different churches. According to him, ‘Every Christian ought to be multidimensional, with political, economic, social and spiritual influence. Christians should get involved in governance! Our nation deserves, not the worst leading the rest, but the best, serving the rest’

While men slept and complained about economic obstacles, the Experience is continually providing a platform for small and medium businesses to thrive. It was obvious the impact it had on the economy of the state, from the activities that went on at different corners of the TBS ground.

As Chioma Jesus and Tope Alabi led the eager audience in a ground shaking rumble of praise, it was obvious the zeal Nigerians and Africans have to worship. No doubt this would last them beautifully well, till the Experience 2017 comes up. We can’t wait.

See more photos from the event:

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19 Comments

  1. Chinma Eke

    December 5, 2016 at 11:41 am

    Hi Bella, this wasn’t Travis Greene’s first time in Nigeria, he was here for Joshuaville’s Night of Worship just a few weeks ago.

    • Toluwalope

      December 5, 2016 at 2:50 pm

      Thank you Mrs Green

    • o

      December 5, 2016 at 3:48 pm

      Why so sarcastic??? Na wa o. Is it wrong to point something out esp so politely??

  2. Mahka

    December 5, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    It was a night beyond words; from start to finish. God’s name be praised.
    Can we have Sinach come next year, Kirk Franklin too…
    By the way, that TBS ground( the stadium seats) are damn too old and squeaking; people were jumping and stamping , I thought the ground will cave in; another venue next year perhaps..

    • Observer

      December 5, 2016 at 12:51 pm

      You know of someowhere that can house an average of 600,000 pole?

  3. Ifeyinwa Atuanya

    December 5, 2016 at 12:15 pm

    I don’t write about men of God. But I think Pastor Paul Adefarasin is okay. He has a Christian preaching programme on TBN. His approach is very non – judgemental. You will think you know him, personally. Maybe he is personable. I wish him the best.

  4. Queen1

    December 5, 2016 at 12:36 pm

    I was there live oh my God it was awsome immediately Don Moen came on stage to perform, i shed tears i dont Knw d spirit jst came over me. Chioma Jesus testimony while singing on how she waited 15yrs b4 the birth of her first son made me cry. Any Christain that is yet to attend this program should try and b there next year.

    And oh Doe Moen still have same looks he is not getting old at all. Jeez

  5. Queen1

    December 5, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    I was there live oh my God it was awsome immediately Don Moen came on stage to perform, i shed tears i dont Knw d spirit jst came over me. Chioma Jesus testimony while singing on how she waited 15yrs b4 the birth of her first son made me cry. Any Christain that is yet to attend this program should try and b there next year.

    And oh Don Moen still have same looks he is not getting old at all. Jeez

    Please we need Kirk Franklin, Nathaniel Bassey, Sinach next year thanks.

  6. Anon

    December 5, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    The Gowons! Mrs Victoria Gowon, IMO, Nigeria’s most elegant First Lady.

    That Fermes bag, oops, Hermes…

  7. Queen1

    December 5, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    I was there live oh my God it was awsome immediately Don Moen came on stage to perform, i shed tears i dont Knw d spirit jst came over me. . Any Christain that is yet to attend this program should try and b there next year.

    And oh Don Moen still have same looks he is not getting old at all. Jeez

    Please we need Kirk franklin, Sinach and Nathaniel Bassey next year.

  8. ekoatheist

    December 5, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    THANK YOU WHITE JESUS.

  9. Crown

    December 5, 2016 at 3:05 pm

    This is awesome. We need more of this!!! Thank you Jesus!!!

  10. ese

    December 5, 2016 at 3:29 pm

    God bless d sponsors and initiators of this programme.I was blessed.

  11. stefini

    December 5, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    mehn all i can say is may God bless this man and all he does cos it is not easy to do something this big,it was awesome i had a great time and got home and still watched it live

  12. Daphne _647

    December 5, 2016 at 6:17 pm

    The best parts were:
    1. when Donnie Mcclurkin asked everyone to put on the lights on their phone. Wish I could describe how it felt and looked
    2. Chioma Jesus’ testimony about childbirth after 15 years.
    3. Tope alabi’s voice. It was electric. She is the only artiste I know of that sounds the same whether on stage or on Cds. No auto tune for that voice man
    I’ll try to go early next year cos there was ultimate search for seat o

    • Bimbo

      December 5, 2016 at 10:21 pm

      Did chioma jesus mention anything about IVF tertility treatments? , mentioning doctors won’t make the miracle story sweet !

    • Queen1

      December 6, 2016 at 7:11 am

      Exactly that time our phone lights were on kai infact i just cant explain the sight and feeling and yes Tope Alabi`s voice is so natural. I got there around 5:30 finally sat at the right wing after so much rush and push push learnt some people have been there since 9am. wow…

      Donnie Mcclurkin is 82 years old and he looks like an adult in his late 40s like seriously?

    • flourish

      December 6, 2016 at 12:38 pm

      How can Donnie Mcclurkin be eighty-two years old, someone has done something to Wikipedia

  13. Ozzie

    December 7, 2016 at 4:50 am

    God help me but I don’t know why I still see Nigerian Churches as part of the problem. The people need to be freed from religious mentality but yes, taught to seek a real individual relationship with Christ.
    Learning also that with the help of God, seeking new mindsights, new ways of doing things, that one can seek creativity to be entrepreneurial.
    Having a star-studded worship session is not what we need but rather bringing the best minds in business from around the world to host workshops, seminars that will help our people learn new skills, develop competencies, and to learn new ideas or ways of building businesses and doing things. That’s how the church can empower and take us away from the dark ages.
    It almost feels self-seeking the way these programs/events are run where it feels almost like a show-off for The Who’s who in the society or Nigerian “christiandom”. All glitter, all fluff and show. After all the emotions die down, my people are still in the dark, can’t eat or fend for themselves; dependent on the “Oga sir” mentality and still living in abject poverty. It really is heartbreaking

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