Shiloh 2015 is to be hold from Tuesday December 8 to Saturday December 12, 2015, with the theme, “From glory to glory” the miraculous event is to take place as usual at the world headquarters of the church, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun State,the event will be broadcasted live through satellite to viewing centres across the world.
The wonderful event has in the past seen many families through from misfortunes and has as well delivered many people who are possessed by different spirits and this year’s Shiloh 2015 is not going to be a different one, just as its theme says “From glory to glory” many wonders shall happen.
Currently, the world headquarters of the church, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun State is in Shiloh mood with various service groups in rash of meetings day by day mapping out strategies for a grand Shiloh 2015.
Crowd Control Unit (CCU), as one of the service groups, On their own part for the preparation for the 2015 Shiloh, last Sunday pasted their first set of pre-Shiloh sensitization banners at strategic corners of the country.
The founder of Winners Chapel and the host of Shiloh 2015, Bishop, Dr. David Oyedepo, was sensitizing the congregation about the upcoming Shiloh during church service last Sunday, Bishop David Oyedepo said: “Shiloh is not a convention, a church anniversary or a conference; it is a divine appointment for our change of story, a place of conferment of dominion”.
Oyedepo, added that since 1999 that Shiloh started through a divine mandate, the church Winners Chapel, had been experiencing wonderful growth and advancement both for the commission and individual members of the church.
“We possess our possessions at Shiloh,” Bishop Oyedepo said. So come and possess your possessions from Tuesday December 8 to Saturday December 12, 2015 been the date for 2015 Shiloh
This year’s Shiloh promises to be the 17th version of the Shiloh since 1999 that is 17 years ago when the programme started by divine mandate according to Bishop David Olaniyi Oyedepo.
Come and possess your possession as you move “From glory to glory”