Christian foreign investors visiting Ghana for this year’s Reinhard Bonnke’s Gospel Crusade are expected to explore business opportunities in the country.
That’s according to the Executive Director of Christ for All Nations, Africa, Rev. John Darko. He was speaking at the official launch of the December crusade in Tema Monday.
According to Rev. Darko, this year’s crusade is slated from the 3rd to 6th December, 2015, under the theme “Setting the Captives Free”. He said this year’s crusade would be held at the Ashaiman Overpass to win souls for Christ.
According to the executive Director of Christ for All Nations, Africa, a day has also been set aside to specifically pray for the revival of the country’s ailing economy.
He said “The timing for the crusade is best. Our nation is currently faced with major economic and energy crisis. This has therefore created a sense of despair, hopelessness in our people…but this crusade would bring hope to them”.
Rev. Darko also stated that “God will open heavens over Ghana’s economy and there would be sudden interventions.”
This year’s Gospel Crusade will feature the renowned American evangelist Reverend Daniel Kolenda, who has taken over from German international evangelist, Reverend Reinhard Bonnke, founder of Christ for All Nations, CfAN.
In the history of CfAN meetings, some churches have grown from a congregation of 500 to 3,000 as a direct result of the life-changing gospel proclamation.
He emphasised that “all that CfAN prays for is that the new converts will be discipled into truly repentant people who fear God, and also, that the communities in which the churches are situated will change for the better, spiritually and economically.”
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