Officials of the upcoming major crusade in Ashanti Region dubbed; “Asanteman Great Gospel Crusade’ (AGGC) have heightened efforts on publicity for a bumper harvest.
So far, 100,000 posters on the Evangelist Daniel Kolenda (Successor of the late Reinhard Bonnke)- led event have been pasted at vantage locations within and beyond the city of Kumasi; the press was told on Monday 31st October 2022.
200 banners have been hanged in addition to that, 2million flyers that have undergone effective distribution in the streets, markets,schools, hospitals, mechanic shops, lorry parks, babbering shops, churches and para-church organisations in all districts, towns and villages in Ashanti region.
Briefing the media on the sidelines of a special meeting organised for all Apostles, Prophets, Pastors, Evangelists, Teachers at the Pentecost International Worship Center (PIWC), Asokwa, Kumasi, the CfaN Executive Director for Africa, Rev. John Darku noted that 100,000 counselors and 7000 well trained ushers drawn from collaborating churches are set to carry out their roles on the crusade ground.
“1.4 million invitation cards will be given out to invite unbelievers ahead of the event slated for 10th-13th November 2022”, Rev. Darku added.
He said that per the nature of the preparation, organisation, willingness and how people are gearing up, the Asanteman Great Gospel Crusade will be the greatest event ever organised by Christ for all Nations (CfaN).
Date of the event is fast approaching.
The venue is “Race Course” Bantama a prominent commercial area within the CBD of the Kumasi Metropolis.
CfaN in conjunction with all churches and para-church organisations in Ghana will be holding the crusade.
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Speaking at the meeting as the guest speaker, Rev. Dr. Paul Boafo, Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church, Ghana delivered a sermon on the theme: ” Sustaining The Passion of Evangelism and Soul Winning After The Crusade”.
He underlined that often times, the zeal Christians exhibit in the wake of an upcoming crusade fizzles when the event is over.
He explained that the drive for evangelism and other activities related to soul winning dies down shortly after the program.
Rev. Boafo therefore admonished Christians not to give up on their passion when the crusade is over.