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I.V.C.U UNITS

ACTIVITY GROUPS

We are one of the musical arms of the fellowship (The others being the Jesus revolution voice (J.R.V) and the praise team). We minister in songs mainly during I.V.C.U Sunday services, or in combination with the other musical arms on special occasions as the “I.V.C.U mass choir”. Our primary desire as a body is that through our songs, we make the heart of the Father known to His people and that his people hear His voice and respond duly.

Our meetings
TUESDAYS BY 5PM (UNIT MEETING)
SATURDAYS BY 5PM (REHEARSALS)

The Academic Unit of I.V.C.U is responsible for ensuring that the academics of everyone ivcuites is in an excellent state. To achieve this purpose, the academic unit sometimes organise academic seminars. There is always Academic Sunday in every tenure where members of the house on First Class are awarded in a bid to encourage diligence among members of the house. It is also the duty of the unit through its members to encourage ivcuites to be diligent. The unit informs the house on the dates of general tests and exams. It is also the responsibility of the unit to keep and make past questions available to members of the house. The tutorial manager oversees the tutorials for 100 level and direct entry students. The tutorials are usually organised by the academic unit of J.P.F.H which is under the house academic unit. In addition to the above functions, the Unit also prays about the academics of the house. As Jesus is the anchor of our success. The unit is headed by the academic secretary.

The bible study team is the arm of the house that the Lord uses to prepare for all bible studies in any of IVCU’s services. The team is made up of invited members of the fellowship and they usually meet after every Sunday service on ‘The Table’ as it is usually called where the Lord helps them to dig really deep into His words usually for a long period of time. The team usually prepares both the outlines and then teach them to the house either in classes or in a general class. Most bible study meetings holds on Wednesdays but there are also special bible studies at special programs such as retreats and the village outreaches. The team is led by the Bible Study secretary.
The Academic Unit of IVCU is responsible for ensuring that the academics of everyone ivcuites is in an excellent state. To achieve this purpose, the academic unit sometimes organise academic seminars. There is always Academic Sunday in every tenure where members of the house on First Class are awarded in a bid to encourage diligence among members of the house. It is also the duty of the unit through its members to encourage ivcuites to be diligent. The unit informs the house on the dates of general tests and exams. It is also the responsibility of the unit to keep and make past questions available to members of the house. The tutorial manager oversees the tutorials for 100level and direct entry students. The tutorials are usually organised by the academic unit of JPFH which is under the house academic unit. In addition to the above functions, the Unit also prays about the academics of the house. As Jesus is the anchor of our success. The unit is headed by the academic secretary.

A family bond in love in prayers and Holiness.

We are the drama unit of IVCU. We reach out through drama and spoken word. Our only inspiration is Jesus, and God at this time as set Royal Theatre Family a battle axe and a threshing instrument for this last days.

  • WE HAVE OUR UNIT MEETINGS ON TUESDAYS WHICH HAS SECTIONS OF TRUE WORSHIP, BIBLE STUDY, GAMES AND REHEARSALS.
  • OUR PRAYER MEETING IS ON THURSDAYS, WHERE WE WAIT ON THE LORD EARNESTLY

Other programs set for the section include:

  • RETREAT
  • FAMILY MEETING
  • PICNIC
  • REACHING OUT TO THE LESS PRIVILEGE.
The organizing unit of I.V.C.U is the technical arm of the fellowship which is in charge of setting up of sound for I.V.C.U services and some times for some other Christian bodies as request arises. We meet 12pm before setup every Sunday service for prayer.

Library Unit was formerly a one man office . But as a result of the mounting demands and pressures of the office as the information store house of IVCU, among other things, members were included and Library Unit was born. This unit can be described as one in charge of information that pertains to the house. We contribute greatly to the building up of the house. “From whom the whole body joined together by every joint with which it is equipped when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love.”( Ephesians 4:16 ESV) Going to specifics, one might wonder what role exactly the library unit plays in the spiritual growth of members in IVCU. We function in quite a number of ways;

  • WE RECORD THE PROCEEDINGS (E.G. MESSAGES, CHOIR MINISTRATIONS, SPECIAL MINISTRATIONS, ETC.) OF EVERY SERVICE OR PROGRAM ORGANIZED BY THE HOUSE WHICH RANGES FROM SUNDAY SERVICES TO BIBLE STUDY ON WEDNESDAYS TO DISCIPLESHIP CLASSES TO ANNUAL PROGRAMS LIKE POWER CRUSADE AND WORD CONFERENCE.
  • IT IS OUR UTMOST PRIORITY THAT EVERY MEMBER OF THE HOUSE HAS ACCESS TO THESE RECORDINGS BY MAKING THEM AVAILABLE FOR FREE WITH THE EXCEPTION OF POWER CRUSADE MESSAGES WHICH ARE USUALLY FOR SALE IN CDS AND DVDS.
  • WE KEEP A STORE OF BOOKS WHICH ARE LENT OUT TO PEOPLE. THESE BOOKS ADDRESS NUMEROUS TOPICS AND ASPECTS OF CHRISTIANITY, TOPICS INCLUDING GODLY RELATIONSHIPS, FAITH, LOVE, EVANGELISM, PRAYER, FASTING, AND SO ON.
  • WE HOLD PERIODIC BOOK REVIEWS IN FELLOWSHIP SERVICES WITH THE AIM OF STIRRING UP PEOPLE’S HUNGER FOR MORE OF GOD AND CULTIVATING A READING HABIT AMONG MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE.
  • WE GIVE OUT OTHER EDIFYING MATERIALS SUCH AS CHRISTIAN E-BOOKS, MOVIES AND SONGS.
  • IN LIBRARY UNIT, WE ENSURE THAT ONE’S YEARNING FOR GOD IS SATISFIED AND YET KEPT BURNING BY FEEDING ONE WITH THE RIGHT KNOWLEDGE THROUGH THESE RESOURCES AT OUR DISPOSAL, INVARIABLY SPURRING ONE’S SPIRITUAL GROWTH.

It is important to note at this juncture, that books are lent to brethren at the Library Stand close to the main entrance of Chapel Auditorium. CDs and DVDs of messages are available for sale there as well. Soft copies of recordings, documents, songs, movies, etc can be gotten from us at the Mellamby wing of Chapel Auditorium, all at the end of each service.

We hold our unit meetings as a family, by 6pm on Tuesdays at the Chapel Hall. This is a time when all members meet to pray, study God’s word and discuss; basically an opportunity to fellowship with one another. We also meet by 1:40pm on Sundays and by 7:10pm on Wednesdays in order to set up (for recording and display of books) before service. We heartily welcome all members of the house interested in being a part of this family. Anyone who is led by God, willing, and has completed his or her Basic Bible Class is free to join us.

IVCU Library Unit is at the service of everyone nursing a deep and sincere thirst for God and who truly desires to have a fulfilling walk with God. For we make available the necessary tools to increase your knowledge of God’s word which is God’s revelation of himself.

The Gospel Publication and Communication Group is a group that is in charge of the publicity and all publications of the IVCU house.

Originally called Gospel Publication Group, the group was borne out of a burden for christian materials that will bless the lives of all and sundry. The group have produces several bulletins, magazines and similar publications for the house of IVCU

Nowadays the groups have evolved past just publications, it is also in charge of publicity of all IVCU programs. The group is know for its creative ideas and wonderful work output.

Anyone who is interested in writing, graphics and web designing and wants to use these skills to further the work of the further is welcomed into the group after the successful completion of their Basic Bible Class (BBC). Associate members from other units are also welcomed.

Meeting time is 6pm on Tuesdays at Chapel of Resurrection hall

The Counseling Unit is in charge of counseling activities in the Fellowship and providing godly counsel whenever the need arises. Our mandate is to declare God’s counsel as her members are being instructed of the LORD Isaiah 50:45; Proverbs 11:14. The Unit also oversees the activities of the Jesus People Fresher’s House (JPFH) and is also in charge of the IVCU Basic Bible Class (BBC). We meet as a unit on Tuesdays by 6:00pm. Need to talk? Please call: 08130578185; 09064623838; 07066228745

A mind that reads is an informed mind. Visit the colporteur’s stand after every service and get one or more of the plethora of great Christian literature books we have in stock just for you, covering topics such as Faith, Healing, Discipleship, Prayer, Academic excellence, Career, Godly relationships and marriage, grace, evangelism, doctrine, etc… all at affordable prices. We also have available Bibles of different versions. Below are the list of books we have at present. You can be sure you’ll get these books at affordable prices from us.
Be the colporteur’s friend and have your spirit and soul grow.

1) KJV Pocket Bible

2) NIV Bible

3) The Living Bible

4) NLT

5) French Bible

6) Pink KJV Bible

7) MSG Bible

8) Day by Day by Billy Graham

9) God’s General (Revivalists) by Roberts Liardon

10) God’s Generals (why they succeeded & some failed) by Roberts Liardon

11) Shop Right (Yemi Adetola)

12) Pursuit of God by A.W Tozer

13) The hearing ear (Larry Lea)

14) The Pursuit of Peace (Joyce Meyer)

15) Christian Marriage (Kayode Adesogan)

16) Walking with God (Kayode Adesogan)

17) Standing on the shoulders of giants (Steve Brooks)

18) Praying and planting correct foundation (I.D Lawon)

19) Jewels from E.M Bounds

20) Understanding your place (Myles Monroe)

21) My hatred for Christ & Christianity (O.O Paul)

22) Christian discipleship (Kayode Adesogan)

23) Winning the battles over your children (Sunday Awe)

24) Dealing with faulty foundation (Kemi Okuwa)

25) Practical life of Dominion (Kayode Ojo)

26) The power of meditation (Bode Akindele)

27) Faith, Politics, Challenges

28) Purpose driven life (Rick Warren)

29) School of the spirit (Roberts Liardon)

30) Secrets to spiritual power (Watchman Nee)

31) Like a mighty wind (Mel Ton)

32) Esther; Reflections (Jennifer Spirey)

33) Marvelous Mercy (Robert Henson)

34) Understanding the purpose and power of woman (Myles Monroe)

35) The names of God (Lester Sumrall)

36) The most important person on earth (Myles Monroe)

37) The Pilgrim’s progress (John Bunyan)

38) The fatherhood principle (Myles Monroe)

39) Secrets of Watchman Nee (Dova Roberts)

40) Forever (Karen Kingsley)

41) Understanding the Anointing (David Oyedepo)

42) Preparing for Jesus’ Return (A.W Tozer)

43) Abide in Christ (Andrew Murray)

44) Spiritual leadership (Honey and Richard Blockaby)

45) Soul winner (C.H Spurgeon)

46) Things I wish I knew before marriage

47) Smith Wigglesworth on Faith

48) The believer’s Authority (Kenneth hagin)

49) The spiritual authority

50) Soul winning T.L Osborn

51) Prayers that bring revival

52) The richest man in Babylon

53) The lady, her lover and God

54) Praise and Worship (Myles Monroe)

55) Healing words (Kathryn Kuhlman)

56) Good morning Holy Spirit (Benny Hinn)

57) Battlefield of the mind

58) E.M Bounds on Prayer

59) Secrets to spiritual power

60) How to hear from God

61) The power of a praying wife

62) The nature of God

63) The prayer that changes everything

64) You can begin again

65) Divine revelation of Prayer

66) Love revelation

67) The Holy Spirit

68) Seize the day

69) Spirit-controlled temperament

70) The Holy Spirit may senior partner

71) The normal Christian life

72) Release of the Spirit

73) Bible prayer course

74) Staying full of God

75) Journey into your vision

76) God’s plan for your money (Derek Prince)

77) How to be free from curses (Lazarus uchemadu)

78) Wondrous love (D.L Moody)

79) The call (Rick Joyner)

80) Final Quest (Rick Joyner)

81) What God looks for in His vessel

82) The kingdom lifestyle

83) Marital relationship

84) The ministry of intercession

85) Expository thoughts on Mathew

86) Common sense guide

87) Lineage of Grace (Francine Rivers)

88) How to hear from God

89) Heart to heart

90) Bible Study

91) In search of a blessing

92) Shared life

93) God can do it again

94) I dare you

95) Sermon on prayer of Jabez

96) Tempted, Tested, Trusted

97) Communicating the gospel to muslims

98) The Reformed Pastor

99) Humility

100) The spirit of Herod

101) Stop witnessing and start loving

102) Rest

103) Boost your G.P Sam O Salau

104) Love to pray

105) I will glorify you

106) Syncretism (Zachaeus Yisa)

107) True revivals are born after midnight

108) Understanding the anointing

109) Maximizing your potential

110) Lady in waiting

111) Lovers for life

112) Start planting

113) Strength to love

114) Access to the anointing

115) Give me a drink

116) The sins of saints

117) The hearing Ear

118) Raising Godly kids

119) Go for God

120) Secrets of the secret place

121) Bringing in the sheaves

122) The blood of the cross

123) Israel in Jacob

124) Purpose in Prayer

125) War on the saints

126) If not for the grace of God

127) Guide post to revival

128) Why ask Why

129) Commanding your morning

130) Purpose driven church

131) Walking in the word

132) Women on mission for God

133) The battle of life

134) Forgiveness

135) 201 facts that youth & singles need to know

136) Exposition on the book of James

137) Releasing the success within

138) Tough times never last but tough people do

139) Spread your faith

140) Practical arsenals and supernatural tech

141) Dealing with bad dreams and nightmares

142) Your best life now

143) Missions and you / Discipling the nations

144) Sending and supporting African missionaries

145) Enforce your destiny

146) The end time

147) Jesus the healer

148) The ministry of prayer

149) Victory in ministry

150) Practical Life of Dominion

151) Are you ready for His coming?

152) Why men suffer

153) The fundamental steps for success in marriage

154) God’s smuggler to China

155) Praying and planting correct foundations in your building

156) Total deliverance of the body

157) Delivered from the power of darkness

158) How you can be a fruitful witness

159) The power of reflection

160) Ultimate Questions

161) Hide from fornication

162) Approach to academic success

163) Blessed with all blessings

164) Brotherly Relationship

165) Live for Christ

166) Maintaining Balance

167) Handling Academic failure

168) Look beyond school, you will soon become a graduate

Transport Unit in IVCU is a unit that comprises of licensed drivers, both male and female, the unit is in charge of driving and maintaining the fellowship buses. The members of the unit are called pilots. We hold our unit meetings on Tuesday by 7PM at chapel Presently IVCU has two buses

Prayer is the breath of every believer. It is an ever potent and reliable tool to secure God’s attention and attract His mighty of power. This obviously must have been the understanding that coloured the happenings in the fellowship in the eighties. It was indeed an all-round experience of prayers. From the leadership down to every member of the fellowship, everyone bore what seemed like an unquenchable burden and passion to pray. At this time, it was not an uncommon sight to see brethren, brothers and sisters alike, scattered round the ‘woods’ to pray or as they called it ‘agonize’. Many would stay glued to the trees negotiating fervently in prayers. All sorts of imaginable positions of prayer held sway. Indeed, for many of the brethren the woods provided a ready harbor for them to pour out their deep, heartfelt agony. It was an expected reality to always find people praying at any time of the day. The exact reason why this was so nobody could really tell, save for the fact that these men just wanted to touch and experience his awesome manifestation. And they did. Many of the active participants of those days variously shared their testimonies that the reason why that persisted was because they kept getting results, some of which were unbelievable, humanly speaking. So they prayed more in order to experience more of the Holy Spirit and his power. However, all these did not go by without attracting the attention of ‘outsiders’. Many of the lecturers and senior friends became concerned for this young people. They often termed them as being too overzealous. The Muslims too were not left out. For instance, they variously accused the brethren of deliberately facing the mosques to offer incantations (speaking in tongues) against their god. The media too was attracted at a point. It is on record that there was actually a time when the Ogun State Television came to video the brethren praying.

Expectedly, the prayer band unit was the central rallying point for these activities. As a matter of fact, many are still of the opinion that the heat which originated from the pray band was what had ripple effect of the House. Friday Bekee, onetime prayer secretary and later president, described his first encounter with the IVCU through the prayer band as “as simply awesome”. Although Bekee had met the Lord Jesus Christ before being admitted into the university but upon his arrival he saw a new dimension of commitment in the place of prayer.

On his first day in school he was told about the crusade, ‘Mission 80’ and he decided to be part of it. However, while the crusade was going on, he felt the urge to pray and he met with a Brother who incidentally was prayer band member. The prayer band was then being led by Sunday lsehunwa. When Bekee was taken to the ‘woods’ where the prayer band had converged to offer prayers for the success of the crusade, he was amazed at the commitment of members. In his words: ‘When I saw these young men and women praying. I was impressed. In fact, when I saw them praying, I lost my prayer grace, desire and anointing to pray!’

The prayer band of these years was known for intense and concerted intercession. Often times, prayer band members fasted for days in order to offer supplications to God over the members and activities of the fellowship. Aside from the regular meeting days Mondays and Fridays, members of the prayer band held vigils regularly to pray. Prayer chain was equally a regular feature of the prayer band activities such that there was always a group of people praying at every hour of the day. Surprisingly, no member of the unit was left out because they were motivated and taught how to pray. For the young members, watching their leaders or other older colleagues pray vicariously left severable indelible marks on them. It was in fact a major tactic employed then that if you wanted a new convert to grow very rapidly, then the prayer band was the place to send such. Attesting to this, Victor Odunjo, a member of prayer band who later became the general secretary of fellowship, said watching seniors like Moses Aransiola, Femi Agiri, Bekee, taught him what it meant to pray. This, to him, was because their prayer life robbed off on him. ‘To date, I must confess that I am yet to meet men who prayed as I saw these men pray. They carried burdens, agonized in prayer and we were literarily baptized by their way of life’, he said Friday Bekee’s tenure as the prayer secretary witnessed a significant growth in leaps and bound. The membership strength sporadically grew from about 40 to 120. Although a first year student, he was totally sold out to praying. Reflecting on the experiences of those days, Bekee said his ultimate desire was to see men became fiery intercessors for the fellowship that will turn out to be great intercessors in the nation. Indeed, his prayer was answered as many members became baptized with the spirit of grace and supplication. This was evident in the way the Holy Spirit graciously manifested himself in fellowship meetings and the commitment of prayer band members. It was then a usual sight to see prayer band members willingly come and do a two hour pre-prayers to prepare themselves for the actual prayer meeting. The office of the assistant prayer secretary was inaugurated in 2004/2005 tenure when Tobi AdeyeOluwa was prayer secretary. With Kemi Ladele as the first asst prayer secretary and also the first female assistant prayer secretary.

Prayer band holds their retreat at least once in a tenure for which we either go on 3days marathon or we have it on 3 consecutive nights. IVCU is dedicated to having prayer and fasting service every first Wednesday of each month and also we have intercessions each Friday for families, academics, Nigeria and the house at large. Prayer band is dedicated to coordinating the pre meetings before each service, they go for prayer walk in villages before the village outreach, they organise vigils for the house as required and the prayer secretary is in charge.

EVANGELICAL GROUPS

The Abadina Bible Study Fellowship (ABSF) is a unit in the Ibadan Varsity Christian Union, created as a result of the burden for building disciples in a large community comprising non-teaching staff of the University. This has been done through various bible studies with families that crave for a deeper walk with God.

Every week, separate studies are conducted with the children from these families; Adolescents and Elementary school children.

Strong relationships have also been built between the unit and families in the community through prayers, weekly visitations and special programs that reach out to a larger audience.

It is the utmost desire of the unit that more lives are brought under subjection to the Lord and thus, the gospel is preached in the community so that lost souls can come under the saving grace of Jesus Christ.

In order to ensure that the community receives directly from the Holy Spirit, the unit organises meetings among its members which include vigils, moments of prayer, Heart to Heart discussions, Word exposition and love feasts.

Our meetings

  • TUESDAYS BY 6PM (UNIT MEETING)
  • SATURDAYS BY 11AM (FORTNIGHTLY)
C.E.G is one of the units under the Evangelical Arm of IVCU. Children that will stand for Christ and Live out the Character of Christ, even as little ones. What we do: We evangelize and minister to children in and outside campus. We hold bible clubs with the children within the campus at various centres.These include:
  • Idia village
  • Independence Hall quarters
  • Kurumi quarters
  • Ijeoma quarters
  • Abadina 1
  • Abadina 2
Also, we pay visits to Motherless babies homes and orphanages. Our hands are wide open, just in case you would love to join us!! Meeting time is 6pm on Tuesdays at Chapel of Resurrection hall
The unit is saddled with the responsibility of mobilizing the house (I.V.C.U) for house to house evangelism to the hall of residences. This comes up every first Thursday of the month and twice a month for the unit alone. Members of the I.V.C.U main house who are done with their BBC and not currently in any other unit are allowed to join the unit. The unit is headed by the Evangelism Secretary
In times past, a visitation unit which would follow-up members and visitors were required by the fellowship. Engr dEng A. Deng was co-opteed to take up the task of leading and starting the unit. He, through the leading of the Spirit, selected members of the fellowship to join in the work. Visitation were thus conducted monthly and during the unit’s outings, the members pray for their contacts and also gave reports to the committee. There was also the need to purchase a telephone so as to ease the visitation task and also to create a register of members of the fellowsip. However, in 2005, under the leadership of Tolu Mala, the IVCU constitution was amended and a new unit/ activity group was created as the follow-up team to cater for the new converts. In recent times, the follow-up unit is saddled with various follow-up activities and discipleship class for new converts. Discipleship classes hold on Monday at the front of the Chapel Hall by 6pm-8pm. All hall representatives are members of the follow-up unit.
This is a unit under the *evangelical arm* of the *IVCU*. The unit is in charge of the welfare and well-being (spiritually, physically and emotionally) of people in the hospital, to bring the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ and His redemption work on the cross of Calvary to them, by which they can be partakers of this divine nature in Christ Jesus and also pray for their healing in Jesus Christ’s name. And also to the inmates in the prison, to comfort those that mourn, to give beauty for ashes and declare the acceptable year of the Lord. Our call is evangelical, so is our commission and work. We visit for evangelical purpose. We meet every Tuesday by 6:00pm at the back of chapel, where we pray and get ourselves fortified for the work we are commissioned for. Our visits are not restricted to these places you can partner or call us for any evangelical purpose of related means as we continue in the course and the commission of our Lord Jesus Christ…
HOSPITALS AND PRISONS , H&P as it is usually called is presently by God’s grace visiting the following places:

The Jesus Revolution Voices (JRV) is a singing group under the evangelical arm of the Ibadan Varsity Christian Union, IVCU. Late Professor Gbola Durojaiye was led by the Lord to introduce this group into IVCU to sing modern Christian songs.

JRV is greatly committed to evangelism through music. It is one of the units under the evangelical arm of IVCU. Thus, JRV goes for frequent ministrations outside the fellowship and campus, preaching the word of God through songs. We also join the Jesus People Choir to form the mass choir of the IVCU, ministering at different occasions. Due to the delicate nature of our ministry, JRV is given to prayer, fasting, and discipline.

Aside being a singing group, JRV is a family of believers who are bonded by the love of Jesus Christ. Unit meetings are held every Tuesday by 6.00pm and rehearsals hold on Thursdays together with frequent night vigils. During unit meetings, we have Bible studies, prayers, discussions, family meetings and other activities.

To join this unit, you must be a member of IVCU who has completed the Basic Bible Class BBC held by the fellowship every session and undergo an interview in order to be invited to join the group

SVG is one of the units under the Evangelical arm of the IVCU. It is a platform created to reach out to secondary school students. We fellowship with them during thier school fellowship time, we have the opportunity of meeting the students on one-to-one basis to preach the Gospel to them, encourage and disciple them as God grants grace unto us.

We also hold outreaches at these various schools as the Holy Spirit leads us and as the need arises. We currently have a total of 19 schools at hand; we distribute ourselves to these various schools and every school visitor gives report to the SVG leader after every visitation.

Visitation days are Sunday morning, Thursday afternoon, and Friday afternoon; depending on the nature of the school. We’re trusting God for more labourers in the vineyard, who will reach out to these students by the help of the Holy Spirit, and prepare them adequately for a glorious future.

Finally, we hold an annual programme tagged ‘schools rally’. It’s a camping programme for students gathered from different schools. It features: impartation, message, musical concerts, quiz competitions, and so on.

Village Evangelism Team (VET) is saddled with the task of reaching out to villages with the message of Christ. This is achieved by organising house to house evangelism, open air crusades and outreaches in the Villages. We also ensure that those that receive Christ are properly discipled to attain the stature of the fullness of Christ. We also don’t neglect reaching out to both villagers and village pastors with material things in Love as well as little developmental projects such as repairing village roads and bridges.

The history of the Team dates back to the early 60’s when members of the IVCU visited and preached in villages and even used improvised megaphones from cardboards. It is also worthy of note that the Village Evangelism Team also consisted and still consists of members that were/are unable to speak Yoruba. Some past members also include Bro Gbile Akanni, Prof. B.O. Omitoyin, Pastor Tolu Mala etc.

Village Evangelism Team operates under the IVCU Evangelical arm and meets by 6pm on Tuesday for her unit meetings which is sometimes an exhortation/ Bible study time and other times prayer meetings for converts, villagers and the villages. We also meet by 9am on Saturdays for Follow-up, discipleship and visitation of Converts and village pastors.