Story by Enock Akonnor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christ for All Nations (CfaN) led by International Evangelist Daniel Kolenda (Successor of the late Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke) in conjunction with all churches and para-church organisations in Ashanti region will be holding a mega crusade in Kumasi come 10th-13th November 2022.
Briefing the media, Rev. Dr. Douglas Okonah Frempong-Chairman for the Crusade announced that 200 international Evangelists will be deployed across all the 52 districts in Ashanti region and will for three weeks preach in schools, lorry parks, market places, streets, carpentry shops and wherever lost souls could be found.
The ultimate aim is to win souls prior to the event.
He underlined that the mandate of the Church is to preach the love of Christ and in the process revolutionize sinners for salvation.
Though evil is still hiking despite the daily rise in the number of Churches and religious activities in Ghana, Rev. Dr. Douglas Frempong defended that it does not in any way indicate that Preachers and for that matter the church is not effective in transforming sinners from their evil ways.
The high ascendancy of evil is a fulfilment of Bible Prophesy that evil will be on the rise in the end times “…so it is therefore not surprising that we are witnessing a high rate of immoral activities”
“Not that men of God are not doing their work correctly. We give everybody the opportunity to give his or her life to Christ. That’s the mandate of the Church. The duty of men of God is to keep on preaching the Gospel”, he added.
Rev. Dr. Douglas Frempong made this statement on the sidelines of a conference of Pastors and church leaders which was held at the PIWC auditorium at Asokwa.
The crusade is coordinated by Rev John Darku, Executive Director for CfaN-Africa.
He maintained that in 2014, similar crusade was held at Suame roundabout with an attendance of over 700,000 people.
“it is the biggest crusade ever held in the history of evangelism in Ghana.”
The Main speaker for the conference was the Chairman of the Church of Pentecost Apostle Eric Nyamekye.
After delivering his sermon, he underlined in an interview with the media that he is not satisfied with the status-quo of Christianity in Ghana and that his prayer is that the upcoming crusade will be the beginning of a great revival in Ghana.
“Nobody should be satisfied with the status-quo. I think that God can use us to do more. I’m not satisfied and I think that we can do more so that we can suppress sin and make sure that Christ becomes the King of this nation”.