We saw the last century birth an incomparable period of change in human history. Our secular society was never more glamorous. Daily life was so fast, complicated, daring and a lot of times overwhelming. Children, parents, students, teachers, business entrepreneurs, artists, advertisers, bankers, lawyers, managers, filmmakers, marketers were never so smart and clever. With the importation and exportation of different cultures and customs through movies, music and the media, we saw our lives and social infrastructures stream in lines we never thought was possible. But whichever way you look at it, the twenty-first century is proving to be even more interesting and intriguing with events unfolding at breakneck speed. Everything is just moving with the kind of pace that nobody can stop, and humanity as a whole has been caught in the whirling vortex of the world’s systems. These changing times and passing moments put so much pressure on us to do things a little bit faster than we used to do in order to keep up with all the things that need to be done. Our socio-economic, political and religious landscapes are being revolutionized every day, and that is having tremendous impact upon our lives. In The Challenge of our Time, Pastor Theophilus Chris explains that there’s a role in the purposes of God that you alone can best play. Whether you are a “baby” believer or a “super” Saint, there’s a whole new level of life awaits you. You can actually find your distinct role in what God has for the Church today and fill it.
Today is your day, and your time starts now!
Theophilus Chris is the president as well as the senior pastor of Living Tabernacles International. He is a dedicated minister, insightful teacher, leadership expert, conference speaker, and author. As one of the ambassadors of the International Miracle Institute, his multidimensional outreach program, Light Up Your World, has provided opportunities for people to enrich their Christian walk and be launched into greater heights of success and service to God. He lives with his family in Abuja, Nigeria.