National Teenagers’ Workers Convention (NTWC) 2024

The National Teenagers’ Workers Convention is a biennial meeting organized by Teenagers Outreach Ministry (TOM) to minister to the needs of teens handlers in an ever changing society. With the rising rate of criminality, sexual perversion, cyber crimes, drug abuse, and disregard for spiritual growth and upliftment, it is needful that the teens’ worker is equipped to handle these situations while ministering to the teenagers. You are invited to this capacity building event, as God would be using seasoned professionals, ministers and coaches to empower us.

When in 1992 God asked us to start reaching and discipling teenagers on the TOM platform, the burden was heavy and the vision clear. We not only targeted teenagers directly, we set out to work through churches to reach teens in the churches and particularly in the homes.

Thirty-One (31) years down the road, we thank God for a number of success stories. Testimonies of changed lives and even transformed families abound.

In my opinion though, the impact would have been much more, if the average Christian home was better equipped to raise godly children/teenagers. Deut 6:6-9 makes it clear that the home is the primary place of influence in a child’s life. You will agree that most Christian homes today are far from the kind of home that will maximally impact a child for Christ.

The body of Christ in Nigeria has over the years, created very little time and resources towards equipping parents who are supposed to raise godly children/teenagers. It will amaze you how ignorant the average Christian parent today is with regards to basic principles in godly parenting.

I keep imagining the great result that will be achieved if we devout enough time and resources to equip parents to be focused and intentional parents.

As we gather in 2024, may the Lord challenge us anew – amen!!! Our families and in fact every other part of the church will work in synergy like Elkanah and Hannah, to raise the Samuels of this generation – Amen!!!

So plan, anticipate and get ready for MANIFESTATIONS!!!



Meet the NTWC 2022 Speakers:

Mike Adegbile

Mike Adegbile served as the Executive Secretary of Nigeria Evangelical Missions Association for 8years till Dec 2019. Prior to that, he served for 24years in various capacities with the Nigeria Fellowship of Evangelical Students including being its Missions Director and National Director for about 13years combined. Mike currently serves along with NEMA & Final Command Ministries to catalyze the Go-North potentials of the Sub-Sahara African Church to see Church Planting Movements within the remaining Unreached Peoples and Places across the Sahel and the Maghreb in Africa. Mike serves the Network of Children and Teens Workers in Nigeria as the National Convener of the Nigeria 4:14 Window Global Initiative. Mike also serves on the Global Leadership Teams of the following bodies; Global Mobilization Network-GMN, Global Church Planting Network-GCPN, Global Diaspora Network-GDN, as well as on the Global Strategy Team of 24:14 and with Vision 5:9 Network in West Africa.

Rev. Chucks Aniereobi

Rev Chuks Aniereobi is the founder and Director of The Shepherd’s Ministries and has been ministering to young people and families since 1982. He has a great passion for building strong families and raising godly children across the globe. His very robust Parenting Course (Purposeful Parenting) within his ParentingPoint® initiative, and his Healthy Family Workshops are in use in Europe, USA, Asia and Africa. His highly acclaimed training manual in Children’s and Youth Ministry is available in English, German, French and Kiswahili.

Rev Chuks is a popular speaker on parenting and children’s ministry issues. He is also a visiting Lecturer to Bible Colleges/Universities in the UK and continental Europe. He advises several churches on Family, Children’s and Youth ministry matters

Toba Dada

Toba Dada has been involved in the teenage space virtually since his adolescent  life.  He was a member of the Boys Brigade of Nigeria.

He joined TOM in Warri in 1995.  Ran neighbourhood TOM Clubs, Church teenage group, mentor, conducted summer camps, delivered teen worker trainings, conducted excursions, etc.

Toba currently serves as Finance Director of the oldest Christian Schools in Calgary, Canada. He serves as the chairman of Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN) District in Canada.

Toba is a fellow of ICAN and holds MBA.

Uncle Imo

Ihezie Imo is the Founding President of the Teenagers’ Outreach Ministries (TOM) Inc. Which he founded in 1992. TOM has its headquarters in Abuja, Nigeria with branches in twenty four (24) states in the country and some African countries.
Ihezie Imo leads  over 30 Directors and State Coordinators,and over 500 part time and volunteer staff.
TOM reaches thousands of teenagers every year as well as disciples them for the Lord through its neighborhood Bible clubs, school outreaches, summer camps and other programs.
He has four(4) books to his credit. He is very passionate about reaching teenagers with the gospel and discipling them for the Lord.


National Teenagers’ Workers Convention (NTWC) 2022

This year’s convention with the theme RESET! holding from April 29th – 3rd May, aims to take us back to the original plan of God for us as individuals, families, churches and society by questioning the present values that are being presented to us. It promises to be life transforming for the teens’ workers and ministers. Measures have been put in place to cover the lodging of visitors from within and outside Nigeria. Our camp ground project is ongoing and hostels are available within our facility. Kindly invite your Church, Friends, and Associates to be part of this event.

This year’s event marking our 30th anniversary has been highly subsidized so as to encourage full participation.






Meet the Speakers at the NTWC 2020 with the theme ‘Empowered to Serve’ Audio Teachings are available for download.

TOM President Uncle Ihezie Imo

Ihezie Obioma Udochukwu Imo and some other Christians who share a similar burden concerning the neglect of teenagers within the Body of Christ founded TOM on July 1st, 1992. He is fully involved in missionary activities to teens within and outside Nigeria. He is happily married and resides with his family in Abuja.

Audio Messages are also available.NTWC 2022 Registration