Philip's Story

Philip's Story

Philip was studying Civil Engineering at Yaba College of Technology, Lagos when he got to know about Alpha. He decided to run Alpha for his college friends. 

He says "I was sceptical at first, but I later discovered that it is a simple, non-denominational, non-judgmental, fun but powerful way to share the Christian faith.  So, I decided to run it with my friends because I wanted to create an opportunity where we can have serious conversation that goes beyond civil engineering, football and girls to faith in God.

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