What We Do
Our conviction and mission is to empower and partner with the church to make people lead a truly fulfilled life. This outreach was established to partner with growing churches to meet these objectives. We encourage, educate and empower the church to make a difference in the community where it is planted.
Jesus Solution if fully committed to the local church, and we help church leaders achieve their mission by helping to clarify the vision of the church and the role of the leaders and laity in church growth and development. Jesus Solution Internal Outreach is a 501(c)4 organization.
Partnership and Covenant
We covenant to be in partnership with the body of Christ, working together in the love of Jesus and unity of the Holy Spirit.
We strive for the advancement of the Church in knowledge, holiness, and comfort.
We are in partnership for the chief purpose of promoting the prosperity and spirituality of Christ through His church; we receive the vision form the Lord to sustain His worship, ordinances, doctrines, and discipline in the church.
We help the church develop the discipleship ministry with specific focus on each member reproducing disciples.
We covenant to be our brother’s keeper by remembering one another in prayer, aiding one another in sickness and distress.
We encourage each member to cultivate Christian sympathy in feeling and Christian courtesy in speech; to be slow to take offense, but always ready for reconciliation and mindful of the rules of our Savior to secure peace with brethren without delay.
The desired outcome of our partnership with the local church is divine transformation as the worst of men encounter the best of God.
JSIO VISITS NIGERIA
Jesus Solution International was established out of the desire to empower God’s people to live a truly fulfilled life. The desire to actualize this objective is my constant motivating force. After all, J.W. Follet aptly stated that “Desire is at the root of all life and conduct, and may be considered the starting point for all natural urges and drives common to the human nature.”
Following invitations by several ministers of God, Pastor Olu visited Nigeria during the last quarter of 2012 to reach out to the body of Christ and share the JSIO vision. Below is an excerpt of events of the one-month visit as detailed by Pastor Olu Afere.
October 2 – 9, 2012 Realm of Glory Church, Lagos and Port Harcourt (Host Minister: Pastor Sam Aiyedogbon)
Lodging at Pastor Sam Aiyedogbon’s residence afforded warm reception, sweet fellowship and a wonderful time of sharing. I had the opportunity of ministering on “Give us this day our daily bread” at the Lagos Assembly of Realm of Glory Church in the morning of October 3. Later, Pastor Aiyedogbon and I traveled to Port Harcourt to attend the Church’s convention that lasted till October 7. I give praise to God for backing us up with His grace and miraculous power. At the meeting in Lagos, many were challenged to develop great faith in the Lord to help overcome life’s troubles. The pastor informed me later that many testified to the touch of God upon their lives.
I left for Akure October 10 to attend the Mission and Revival Conference with the theme “The Cry of Heaven.” At the summit organized for ministers and church leaders, I preached on “The Necessity for World Missions,” and also interacted with various church leaders, sharing the JSIO vision with them. The minister testified that the message broadened their understanding of God’s call to missions. Some folks showed willingness to be part of the Jesus Solution Outreach and looked forward to having the outreach in their church in future. Others sought for more information before becoming involved with JSIO.
At Life Bible Church Akure, I gave a Sunday sermon on “The Lord and His Unchanging Gospel.” The Lord moved mightily as some of the brethren testified later that God touched their lives as they were enlightened that righteousness with love was what God demanded from His saints. The Lord healed the sick and many of the people under the torment of the enemy were set free. I later attended a fellowship at the palace of the king of Akure (known locally as the Deji of Akure). The meeting was attended by the king and some of his chiefs. I was called to pray for the city and the king. It was so powerful that the king joined the prayer session, requesting that the evil invocation by the forefathers on the land should be obliterated by the power of the Lord.
October 12 – October 22, 2012 Blossom Life Ministries, Warri (Host Minister: Pastor Sam Ibrahim)
At Warri, I had one-on-one interaction with the brethren, and the memory of these meetings was most delightsome. The greatest joy was the fact that God was meeting the need of the people as we meet and dialogue together. On Sunday, I preached on “The Greatest Desire” and many gave their lives to Christ. The brethren prayed with joy at the end of the message. The people that were sick were healed and homes that were almost breaking apart were restored by the grace of God.
October 23 – October 28, 2012 Continuous Prayer and the Word Ministry, CPM, Ibadan (Host Minister: Pastor Joseph Omololu)
The first meeting at Ibadan at the Continuous Prayer and the Word Ministry (CPM) lasted for six days. The Lord moved so mightily that many oppressed by the wicked were set free by His grace. Many marriages were restored by the grace of God. The meeting came to a close on Sunday with a special service where people became committed to the work of the Lord. Many vowed to give to the work of the Lord; some felt they will be involved in the giving towards the new Church building and others the purchase of a bus for evangelism.
November 1 – November 4, 2012 Redemption Family Church, Ibadan (Host Minister: Pastor Francis Adesola)
The meeting at the Redemption Family Church began with an outreach, including a ministers’ conference at Ijaye followed by a Sunday Service where I preached on the subject “Manifesting the Sonship of God.” Ministers and laity felt energized by God at the meeting, and were willing to apply the word of God the more to their lives. Other ministers testified to the power of change that the Lord had brought on their way. In giving vote of thanks, the CAN chairman testified that God had changed his life through the ministers’ conference.
Departure to the United States November 5 – 6, 2012
I returned to the States on November 6, more strongly convinced of God’s abundant grace and divine enablement for the Church if we submit to Him totally and let Him have His way.