Join us on this page as Vision Africa hosts a virtual media training event. You can watch the video here, but please scroll down and fill in the attendance form first.

Powerpoint Slides to Download:

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  • Please let us know of your attendance for this online training by filling out the following form:

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  • Or view the Zoom Meeting below
  • A recording of the Virtual Update will also be available below by Dec. 2

Please join Vision Africa on December 1 at 7:00pm CST for an evening to gather together virtually to celebrate all that God has done in 2020!

You will get to hear stories of inspiration and life change directly from individuals in Nigeria, enjoy time with our Founder, Dr. Bishop Sunday Onuoha, and learn about all of the exciting things in store for Vision Africa in 2021!

We can’t wait to see you there! FIRST, please let us know about your attendance using the blue fill-in form below.

Please let us know of your plans to attend this virtual gathering:

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We are beyond grateful that we were able to meet with you online this year to learn, laugh and grow in our knowledge of media together.


We are working hard to get the videos and the media professional’s outlines uploaded to this website. We will have all of this information here on this website for you to use 24/7. Stay tuned to receive updates.


If you have completed the entire 3-day seminar and would like to gain a certificate of completion please follow the instructions below.

  • Submit a two-page document describing what you learned during the Media Institute and explain how you will use this information in your daily roles or in the future.
  • Please submit this document to [email protected]
  • Once received and reviewed, we will send you your certificate back to you via email.


If you have any other questions about the materials discussed or a question for our Media Trainers, please email those questions to [email protected]

Blessings to you all and we will be continuing to pray for peace for you all.

Vision Africa’s Golf Tournaments will be held on September 15, 2020 at the Cowboys Club.
For now, please fill out the form below to indicate your interest and you will be updated with more information. You can reach Cindy Woods – Director…

Read this letter of appreciation from the Embassy of Israel in Nigeria. In it, Ambassador Ben-Shoshan thanks Bishop Sunday for “contributing towards the success of the symposium organized by the Embassy of the State of Israel which took place on 25th of November, 2019.”

Click the image below to view a pictorial report of the recent Tolerance Summit held in Dubai.

CLICK HERE to read an encouraging story out of the Nigerian news outlet News Buka.


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Our Devotional For Tomorrow

TOPIC: The Joy of Trusting in God

TEXT: JEREMIAH 17:5-8 “Thus says the Lord, cursed is the man who trusts in man and make flesh his strength, whose heart departs from the Lord. For he shall be like a shrub in the desert, and shall not see when good comes, but shall inhabit the parched places in the wilderness, in a salt land which not inhabited. Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, and whose hope is the Lord. For he shall be like a tree planted by the waters, which spreads out its roots by the river, and will not fear when heat comes; but its leaf will be green, and will not be anxious in the year of drought, nor will cease from yielding fruit.”

There are two sets of human beings seen in this passage: the first set is those who put their trust in human beings and the second are those who put their trust in God despite the situation. Sometimes trusting in God may look ridiculous, but no matter what, trusting in God ought not to be partial. In Verse 7, God declared the man who trusts in Him blessed. The man who trusts in God is likened to a tree planted by the river side. This simply means a continual supply of nutrients. Its leaf remains greenish, signifying that he is full of life; not like the one in the desert that looks dried. The man who trusts in God is not afraid of anything, instead he keeps being fruitful: this means life in abundance. A man who puts his trust in God makes God his inheritance. He takes God as all he has without being moved by the worldly things.

We are taught by this passage to trust God in totality. Man is limited in ability but God is limitless. God does not reduce in size, in wisdom; neither does He reduce in knowledge nor possession. The earth is of the Lord and the fullness thereof. Verses 5 &6 described the terrible conditions of the man who trust in flesh. He is cursed, he is like a shrub in the desert, and he shall inhabit parched places in the wilderness, which signifies lack of fruitfulness. So trust God and be fruitful in His vine yard. Amen.

ACTION PRAYER: Lord, give your children the enabling grace to totally trust in you in all situations. We pray for vision as team and cause the work you have committed into her hand to be fruitful as we put our total trust in you in Jesus name. Amen.