Welcome to ICGC Holy Ghost Temple


What Is ICGC All About?

Matthew 16:13–18, Matthew 28:18–20
1. Make disciples – individual believers committed to the teachings of Christ
2. Build churches – community of believers making Christ known to the world

Marks of a disciple: To learn from Christ, be led by the Holy Spirit, live to please God, and lead people to Christ.

Marks of a Church (Matthew 5:13-16): Teaching of doctrine, Prayer and Worship, Christian Fellowship, Evangelizing to the world, Bringing leadership to our generation, Shaping the vision of our generation, and Influencing our society with the Principles of the Kingdom of God.

Our Primary commitment (Acts 1:8 ): To prepare the African to be a blessing to the world, Break the spirit of inferiority, Cultivate a spirit of excellence, and Play our role in God’s end-time agenda.

Our message ( Romans 1:16 ): Salvation from Sin, Acceptance for outcasts, Strength for the weak, Healing for the Body, Liberty for the mind, Freedom for the Oppressed, Hope for the Future, Prosperity for honest labour, Dominion over the flesh, and Abundance of Life in Christ.

Your Part in the Vision (Psalm 68:11): Commit your life  to Christ, Live a Christ-Centered life, Serve with your gifts and talents, Pray for the church and its leaders, and Support the Church Financially.

Our Mission Statement

Our Mission is to Raise Leaders, Shape Vision, and Influence Society through Christ

Through our programs, we trust to make the lives of our people better than before they came to Church, and redirect their perception and behaviour in conformity with God’s word. This attitude which is based on the word of God will transform the lives of people in their communities, work place, schools etc.

Our Vision (Acts 2:42)

Our Vision is to establish the house of God, through the development of Model New Testament Christians and churches.
That is, we have the commitment to train and equip God’s people who come to our church to develop and grow into maturity in Christ so they will manifest the character of Christ.

Our Philosophy

The Philosophy of ICGC is in three-fold;

Practical Christianity
Human Dignity
Excellence

We believe Christianity is not a myth. God’s word preached must bring truths that can produce results when applied to one’s life.
Every human being is created in the image and likeness of God and must be treated with respect and honour. Also, everything the Christian or the human being will do must be in excellent shape to the glory of God. (Daniel 5:12)

Statement of Faith

We believe... that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

We believe... in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, and in His bodily resurrection.

We believe... the Bible to be the inspired and infallible Word of God.

We believe... in salvation by grace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

We believe... in the baptism of the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in other tongues as a subsequent gift to salvation.

We believe... in the provision of bodily healing in the atoning work of Jesus our Saviour.

We believe... in the return of the Lord Jesus Christ and the resurrection of the saved and the lost; the saved unto eternal life, living eternally in the presence of God, and the unsaved unto eternal damnation.

Our Message (JEREMIAH 31:17)

• Salvation from Sin
• Acceptance for the Outcast
• Strength for the Weak
• Prosperity for honest labour
• Dominion over the flesh

These and many more are what we convey through various activities to all our members in particular and the world in general.

We trust God to enable us present to the world the eternal truths of the bible that is doctrinally sound, spiritually inspired, mentally challenging and socially relevant.

Our Logo

This consists of the Globe with highlight on the African Continent. It has Four Pillars and an oval ring around it holding them together.

- The Globe represents the world and our focus to reach out internationally.
- The four pillars represent the main focus and devotion the early church was committed to namely: Doctrine, Prayer, Fellowship and Breaking of bread.