ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Impactor Glory Adanma Okenya (Ezebuiro) 41 years old , born on March 5, 1978 and passed away on April 10, 2019.


 We will remember her always.

Posted by Chimezie Nnorom on March 5, 2021
I still can never forget, Rest on mom. You are dearly missed and loved.
Happy birthday mom
Posted by Chimezie Nnorom on July 5, 2020
It took me forever to write something here about you because I haven't still come to terms with the fact you are no more physically with me. Forever and always will be missed. I call her my God mom, my 2nd mom. I have just one regret and God knows reason why. I love you yesterday, now and always. I LOVE YOU MOM!!!
Posted by Impactor Kaudy on April 16, 2019
Sis. GLORY Adanma Okenya (Nee Ezebuiro)

....Sis. Glory as an IMPACTOR....

I met Sis. Glory in 2004 when Sis. Edith my cousin and her coursemate planted ABSU IMPACTORS in her year one in the university.

She was a devoted sister and was a member of CASOR ABSU.

She served in ABSU IMPACTATION AS the first Financial Secretary for two years and later served as the NATIONAL MERCY DIRECTOR of the Organisation from 2006-7.

In 2008 she planted PORT HARCOURT chapter of IMPACTATION and became the NATIONAL REACHOUT DIRECTOR AND PORT HARCOURT WING COORDINATOR.

In her tenure as the PH COORDINATOR she organised many REACHOUTs and soul winning programs for youths especially in AG churches.

She became the biggest and highest distributor of IMPACT MAGAZINE. She never missed a single HOME COMING as a single and participated fully in all that the Organisation did.

When she got married in 2008 to Pastor Philip of Deeper Life, her husband accepted us fully and their home in OMOKU AND PORT HARCOURT hosted our HOME COMING ONCE IN A YEAR and the last was in Sept 2017.

Sis. Glory through her humble and selfless spirit became a model for many Christian marriages and home.

IMPACTATION WILL MISS U
IMPACTORSWORLD WILL MISS U
IMPACTORS AND PARTNERS WILL MISS U
THANK YOU FOR LOVING GOD.

SIS. GLORY U WILL BE MISSED

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Posted by Chimezie Nnorom on March 5, 2021
I still can never forget, Rest on mom. You are dearly missed and loved.
Happy birthday mom
Posted by Chimezie Nnorom on July 5, 2020
It took me forever to write something here about you because I haven't still come to terms with the fact you are no more physically with me. Forever and always will be missed. I call her my God mom, my 2nd mom. I have just one regret and God knows reason why. I love you yesterday, now and always. I LOVE YOU MOM!!!
Posted by Impactor Kaudy on April 16, 2019
Sis. GLORY Adanma Okenya (Nee Ezebuiro)

....Sis. Glory as an IMPACTOR....

I met Sis. Glory in 2004 when Sis. Edith my cousin and her coursemate planted ABSU IMPACTORS in her year one in the university.

She was a devoted sister and was a member of CASOR ABSU.

She served in ABSU IMPACTATION AS the first Financial Secretary for two years and later served as the NATIONAL MERCY DIRECTOR of the Organisation from 2006-7.

In 2008 she planted PORT HARCOURT chapter of IMPACTATION and became the NATIONAL REACHOUT DIRECTOR AND PORT HARCOURT WING COORDINATOR.

In her tenure as the PH COORDINATOR she organised many REACHOUTs and soul winning programs for youths especially in AG churches.

She became the biggest and highest distributor of IMPACT MAGAZINE. She never missed a single HOME COMING as a single and participated fully in all that the Organisation did.

When she got married in 2008 to Pastor Philip of Deeper Life, her husband accepted us fully and their home in OMOKU AND PORT HARCOURT hosted our HOME COMING ONCE IN A YEAR and the last was in Sept 2017.

Sis. Glory through her humble and selfless spirit became a model for many Christian marriages and home.

IMPACTATION WILL MISS U
IMPACTORSWORLD WILL MISS U
IMPACTORS AND PARTNERS WILL MISS U
THANK YOU FOR LOVING GOD.

SIS. GLORY U WILL BE MISSED
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Shared by Dinah Okenwa on April 18, 2019

MY DEAR MAMA

   You were the first woman I recognized as mama because of your great qualities and wonderful character. The first time we met in Impactation, you took me as a daughter. I can remember those words " you are organized " that was what you said to me. Then you started carrying me along, anytime we came for homecoming, you'd always want me to help out with "any Martha ministry". From there we became very close that I see your house as my second home where I come to relax and enjoy myself. Sometimes I look at your face when I do some naughty things, but you never treated me otherwise. 
   Mama, you were such a wonderful person, beautiful at heart. You loved and served God. U kept advising and encouraging me. Your words are always "hold on to God, He is faithful, you will see how he will do it". 
   My mama I didn't know it will end up like this. Thinking that I'll not see you again and knowing that you will not see God manifesting all you have prayed for is like a night mare. But my joy is, you lived a good life. Your works will be remembered and I have no doubt that you have gone to Glory. 
Rest in peace Nwanyi oma
I love you dearly but God loves you most 
No more pains and sorrows 
We shall meet to part no more 
Adieu My mama

My Tribute To A Vessel Of Faith & Charity.

Shared by Salvation Amadi on April 16, 2019

Isaiah 64:8  But now, O LORD, thou art our father; we are the clay, and thou our potter; and we all are the work of thy hand.


So sad!

Sis, Glory, your days on Earth was indeed wonderful, truly glorious. However, as it pleased your maker (Whom you served passionately) to invite you home for eternal rest at this time. We your loved ones can not dispute His flawless judgement, for I'm convinced that He will surely bring your good works to remembrance.

Rest In Peace - Embodiment of Faith!

Adieu - Impactor Glory!!


Salvation Chibuike Amadi

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farewell woman of God

Shared by Nina Oloh Isaac on April 16, 2019

Glory dear, it's hard to take this pain but my consolation is that you died in the lord and that we will see some day.


Keep resting in the lord. We will miss your beautiful heart. 

Nina Isaac