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Spreading Love & Joy! House on the Rock gives Food Items, Clothes & Medical Supplies to Communities under its Project Spread Initiative



The Metropolitan and Senior Pastor of all House on the Rock churches, Paul Adefarasin over the weekend, led a team of volunteers to four communities; distributing food items, clothes and medical supplies to residents of the respective communities under its Project Spread initiative. The communities visited were Lagos Island, Ikate-Elegushi, Ebute-Meta and Bariga.

Project Spread is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of House on The Rock under the auspices of the Rock Foundation. It is the organization’s way of reaching out to the needy especially during a time when festivities can be so loud around us despite the fact that some have little or nothing to live on.

According to Pastor Paul Adefarasin, spreading the love of Christ should start from “Judea”, which is the immediate environment a person or ministry is planted. One of the ways to do this is by reaching out to the less privileged and the distaff that are among us – also following the biblical injunction that states: “…whoever gives to the poor lends to his Maker.”

As the holidays approach, it’s the mandate of the church and every well-meaning Nigerian to show and share love with all.

What are you doing this season to spread the love? #ProjectSpread

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  1. Somto

    December 18, 2017 at 1:22 pm

    Give in secret and The Lord that sees you in secret will reward you. We don’t need news media, social media or sponsored content posts to show we are charitable. Just give without all the bells and whistles. Thank you Bella for posting and merry xmas

    • Bee

      December 18, 2017 at 2:23 pm

      Shut up!!! The same you that will come out and say the church is not doing anything. Let them take photos for posterity’s sake.

    • omomo

      December 18, 2017 at 5:58 pm

      if he gives in “secret” now you and daddy freeze will insult him that he used the tithe to buy g wagon ….the country is very hard now any way you want to give be it in middle of stadium or in the forest just sha try and give

    • tunmi

      December 18, 2017 at 8:16 pm

      actually no. Please loud it!

  2. Ene.

    December 18, 2017 at 9:43 pm

    The feeding of 5,000 in the Bible was not done in secret. That phrase”give in secret” was given because of some who give offerings and want everyone to know how huge an offering they gave. The 2 scenarios are way different. Pastors must lead by example and teach the principles of giving and showing love to all irrespective of tribe or religion. My church here in the Netherlands does the same; why should someone who does this (in a place where the people are not even anywhere near his church) be castigated? Noble gesture! God bless pastor Paul Adefarasin

  3. Benjamin

    December 19, 2017 at 8:11 am

    What do you mean by give in secret? So that You and Daddy Freeze will now come and start shouting about not giving back to the society. Let me even illuminate you about giving. When you give in mass it is no more secret. The church members want to know where their funds are going. How will Adefarasin prove it if he doesn’t take pictures. The firms who donated to support the project also need to know if the said motive of the project has been implemented. So yea, taking pictures make sense. Feeding of the public is a way to let your light shine to send a message to the world and illuminate the world through leading by example. Tell me how Adefarasin would illuminate the rest of the world and educate them to emulate him if he doesn’t use media. So yea, I say it again…. So get a life, Mr hater! At least for now Paul Adefarasin is better than you Mr. Fingerpointer.

  4. trew

    April 3, 2019 at 11:39 am

    secret abi? SHEY U GIVE IN SECRETehn hater from the pit of hell if we even check maybe you embarass those who ask u for assistance may GOD forgive you for this grave insult

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