TODAY IN HISTORY: 18th November

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18th November 2018: Dr Pastor Paul Enenche announces at his last Sunday service at DIGC Area 1, Abuja that the Glory Dome and the Lord’s Garden of Dunamis International Gospel Center (DIGC) would be dedicated in a week’s time (24/25 November) and Sunday service would be moved to the new 100,000 capacity facility which would later be tagged the World’s largest (Church) auditorium.

18th November 1995: Daystar Christian Centre is founded by Pastors Sam and Nike Adeyemi. This was after Pastor Sam Adeyemi received the divine call of God upon his life in July 1994. The Church Headquarters is located in Ikeja, Lagos State Nigeria.

18th November 1626: The Papal Basilica of Saint Peter located in the Vatican City is dedicated by Pope Urban VIII. The construction of the Church began in the year 1506 and was completed in 1626. The Headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church is the Vatican City.

18th November 1756: Thomas Burgess is born. He was an Anglican Bishop who contributed to the development of the Anglican Church in Wales. He was also the Founder of Saint David’s College (Now the University of Wales), Lampeter, United Kingdom.



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