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As an Anglican who continues to think about the rites of the Church and the capacity of the liturgy to be a place of spiritual rejuvenation, learning and intellectual challenge, I can now sigh a big relief because a solution to my yearnings and aspirations have been met. Today, there are a lot of handlers of our Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and some young people who go through the motions of worship without a proper understanding of what they do. Read More
The Most Rev'd A. B. Lamido, PhD.
Dean Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Archbishop of Kaduna Ecclesiastical Province, & Bishop of Wusasa Diocese.

About Me

Gershinen Paul Dajur

An Author and a Priest

Gershinen is unapologetically a child of God by the grace of God. The name Gershinen means “boasting in the LORD,” a name in Ngas language of Plateau State in the middlebelt of Nigeria. He was raised in a Christian home and he formally surrendered his life to Jesus Christ in 1995. Since then, he has remained in Christ under the mercy and grace of God. He is a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world under the license of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion).  Read More 

Leadership position is a trust. Leaders must be careful not to destroy what was given to them as a trust. Don't break the heritage, perpetuate it.

- Gershinen Paul Dajur

Other Books

The Church and Politics: In a Defined Margin

Becoming an Excellent Student

Becoming a Successful Student in the Tertiary Institution

Leap to Employment

The Church and Politics: In a Defined Margin

If there is any religion, faith, creed, or people group that should embrace politics, for the essence of good and godly leadership, it should be Christians.

This book shows that the absence of true Christians in politics can result in marginalization of Christians at different levels of our political leadership. It advocates the mass involvement of Christians in the politics of the day but not without good judgment and spiritual maturity. Those Christians who are convinced of divine call into politics should rise up to the challenge with godly motives so as to make a good difference. The book advocates the politics of good governance, such that promotes, among other virtues, accountability, dignity of labour, justice and fairness, respect for the rule of law, selflessness, leadership by good example, respect for the sanctity of life, the fear of God, and so on.

The Most Rev’d Nicholas D. Okoh, MA, Fss, Mss, LLD, DD

Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria & Chairman, GAFCON Primates Council.

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