House on The Rock Loses Members To Economic Situations

Pastor Paul Adefarasin founder of House on the Rock announced that majority of his workers and members are relocating to Canada as a result of the present unconducive situations in Nigeria.

He mentioned that most of his workers had dropped their resignation letters and the estimate of his Members that had left are over 300 families.

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He asked his members to stop blaming the economy standard and put on an attitude of responsibility.

He said:

”Until God gives you challenge that seems bigger than you, you may never find out what treasure you have on the inside,”

“Nothing in God’s word encourages his creatures to deny the fact that they will face adversity. While you are not grateful for the storm you are going through, you can be grateful in the midst of the storm knowing that it will all work out for your good.”

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Adefarati is one of Nigerian richest pastors, the founder, and president of the Rock Foundation, which is a charity organization committed for the provision of healthcare, education needs and relief work for the downtrodden and disadvantaged in Nigeria and West Africa, as a result of the rapid loss he decided to take up some of the responsibilities of his members within and outside his vicinity, he also called out to the privileged individuals and cooperate bodies to join hand with him to make it possible

“Since it appears the government is not ready to make life easy for its citizenry,” he said.

House on the Rock was founded by Pastor Adefarasin, from his father’s living room in Ikeja, Lagos, in 1994. The church has expanded over the year with over 500,000 members across the world.