The founding President and General Overseer of Christian Liberation Ministry - a dynamic
Ministry that is committed to total evangelization of the world beginning with Nigeria.
A Motivator and Conference speaker, Bishop Ofili holds a Diploma in Theology from Jubilee Bible College, Aba,
Nigeria; a Degree in Theology from Vision International University, African Campus; and Doctorate Degree
(Honourary) from Trinity College of Ministerial Arts (TRICOMA). He was commissioned and ordained as Minister of
the Gospel by the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa in 1995. Bishop Ofili is well known for his clear message of
righteousness, and is widely regarded as a visionary leader and bridge-builder. His ability to transcend Race,
Tribe, and Creed with his unique approach to ministry has seen to the forging of many strategic relationships
between the church and local communities in Nigeria. He is the founder of Liberation Bible College.
Rev (Mrs) Roselyn Ofili
The First Lady and Co-Pastor of Christian Liberation Int'l Churches. She is the International President of
Handmaids of God International (a non Denominational Women Outreach). She is also the Founder of Overcomers
International school, which is committed to education and social reformation. Rev Roselyn has a burning passion
to see the empowerment of women in her generation, nation, and continent. A Mentor and Coach,
Rev Roselyn is a greatly respected minister and conference speaker in much demand at home and abroad.
She is well known for her unique gifts of healing, word of knowledge and discerning of spirits.
I used to have severe pains in my back which had defied all medical treatment. This pain had been
restraining me from doing so many things. During one of our Sunday services, the servant of God
Bishop Sylvanus Ofili, gave a word of knowledge on what I was passing through and declared divine
healing upon my life. I believed God and He granted me healing.
I dont feel the pain anymore since that day. I want to return all glory to God. Hallelujah!
Deacon Fidelis, Suleja Branch
I want to return all glory to God for preservation of life. I had invited my younger sister who had been suffering
from fibroid to one of our Liberation Night programme. Unknowingly to me, she had already begun contemplating suicide
as a result of depression. She really was on the verge of killing herself. During the ministeration the woman
of God, Rev. (Mrs) Ofili, declared that there was someone present that was planning to commit suicide and asked
that the person concerned should come out for prayers. I was surprised, and very much afraid, to see my sister walking out
to the front. After the woman of God prayed for her I believed by faith that she had been delievered from that
suicidal spirit. And since then she no longer is depressed. She also had a successful fibroid operation.
To God be the Glory!
Sis Ozioma, Suleja Branch
I thank God for delivering me from the hands of "one-chance" robbers and ritualists. That faithful day
I had set out for my business and boarded a taxi from Jabi to Area 1. On getting to a lonely stretch of
road, the "passengers" and driver dispossessed me of my money then handed me over to another group of men
who promptly dragged me into a nearby bush. They proceeded to strip me naked and after making
incantations for several minutes one of them brought out a knife and was proceeding to cut off my breasts
when suddenly, the one who seemed to be their leader called out to him to stop saying my breasts were not the
type they needed. The others were insisting that they still cut them off anyways but the leader was adamant
and eventually they let me go. Praise the Lord!
Mrs Ebere Christian, Jabi Branch
One morning, while cooking, I had to hurriedly go out and I to forgot put to switch off my gas. I did
not return home till late at night to discover that the food was bunrt black with the gas still on, but
miraculously there was no fire outbreak. From the state of my kitchen I know this could only be by the finger
of God. Another time, I needed to travel for a burial in the village but
unlike other times something kept whispering that I will die in this journey. I really became afraid but
because it was a journey I had to undertake, I met separately with some of our branch pastors to agree with
me in prayers for a successful journey. A lot of things happened in that journey but I want to return glory
to God for success of the burial and safety back home.
Mrs Favour Chibuzor, Jabi Branch
I want to return all glory to the God of Liberation for healing my daughter of kidney failure. After going to many
hospitals with no help in sight, we eventually ended up at specialist hospital Gwalagwalada where the doctors told
us that the chances of survival of this sickness was 50/50. My daughter started undergoing dialysis treatment.
Aside the financial burden, a lot of blood was needed and even the church members were not left out both in donating
blood, visitation, and more importantly prayers for healing. Today we are thanking God that my daughter is totally
healed from this terrible sickness, and I will like to appreciate the church for all the love and support given.
Indeed by His stripes we are healed. Praise be the Lord!