Called to Relationship with God

Called To Relationship With God

My name is David Nnacheta. I am born and raised in Owerri, a small city in the South Eastern region of Nigeria. Growing up, I was what you might refer to as a “church boy.” My family was deeply religious. My father was an elder, and my mother a deaconess in our local church. I was a poster boy for both parents and teachers alike. Well behaved and disciplined, I participated diligently in church activities. My parents made sure we were grounded and rooted in God. Although what I cultivated was religion, not a relationship with God, I continued to long for better understanding and reasons for my belief.

I gave my life to Christ at the age of 14. After just graduating from junior secondary, I was at a church program. While a lady was narrating her out-of-body experience, the thought of where I would be if I died overwhelmed me. I prayed the sinner’s prayer (I had prayed that prayer multiple times before), and this time it was real. The joy of knowing that I was now a born-again Christian was unbelievable.

Call to Relationship with God and Ministry Training

About a decade later, I still struggled in my walk with God. I hardly prayed or studied my Bible. It was difficult sticking to a career because I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to do to have a fulfilled life. In July of 2018, I came to the end of myself. I prayed a prayer that I never considered praying before. I asked God to please show me what to do with my life. God put on my heart the burden to introduce a relationship with God to people.

My desire to give myself to studying God’s word led me to Christian Leaders Institute. Getting proper and adequate training is vital to my success as a minister for God. I cherish this opportunity for free ministry training at CLI. Thank God, I found the Christian Leaders Institute, for I know I will now be well equipped to serve in my Father’s kingdom.

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