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I was born into a Christian family in Yobe state, Nigeria on 25th October 1993.
I gave my life to Christ in 2011, and got baptised that same year. I learned about walking with God, being born again, being filled with the Holy Spirit, and the importance of living a holy life. However, I wasn’t doing what I had been taught until Boko Haram insurgents came and attacked our state. I travelled out to Jos, Plateau State, where I both pondered, and came to know about my real purpose. This is where I started to experience who God is and what He wants me to do… I then began exploring His Word.
My call to be a minister was back in 2006/2007 when God spoke to me through dreams, visions, people I would find myself around, and occurrences. However, at that point in time I was so young, and I was not trained on how to listen to God, and how to go about being a trained minister until a friend, Anjili Maidawa, told me about Christian Leaders Institute and the free courses offered. I enrolled and am richly blessed to get what I’ve been looking for – and to know about my calling and Spiritual life.
This led me into children ministry, my church, and using my social media as a medium for ministry and evangelism.
Christian Leaders Institute has done great and marvellous things in my life as a young person and minister. I’ve been taught and trained many things I didn’t previously know. As someone once said, and I conquer, “I have been exposed to life and eternity through Jesus Christ. Evangelism, meaning of doctrine, pastoral care, holiness, and importance and presence of the Holy Spirit in a Christian life”.
Thank God for CLI and its sponsors. I pray that God should replenish and continue to bless you all.
Barnabas Ibrahim Gago
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