The 2016 edition of the annual Love Revolution conference organised by the Eastwood Anaba Ministries (EAM) has been launched in Accra.
The conference which has been slated for 3rd to 5th August 2016 will be held at the Accra International Conference Centre on the theme: “The Love Revolution Campaign.”
The various speakers billed for the conference will speak on several topics including “Repositioning the body of Christ for the return of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
Two sessions will be held each day at 9:00am in the morning and 6:00pm in the evening.
In a pre-event interaction with the media in Accra, the host who is also the founder of the Fountain Gate Chapel, Rev. Eastwood Anaba said this year’s Love Revolution promises to surpass previous ones.
Love conquers all
“Love conquers all. The drudgeries of life are needless. If we could demonstrate love, perhaps as small as the mustard seed in our endeavors, pain, misery, poverty, hatred and all calamities afflicting us would vanish.”
He explained that the various speakers will demonstrate that Jesus is the baptizer, and “there would be signs and wonders,” at the 2016 love revolution.
“The EAM will be unchained; it will be three days of total release, as the charged men/women of God deliver on the theme, The Love Revolution Campaign.”
About Rev. Eastwood Anaba
Rev. Eastwood Anaba is an anointed preacher of God and the President of the Eastwood Anaba Ministries (EAM) headquartered at Bolgatanga, Upper East Region with Mission Centres in London and the US.
He is the author of over forty books including his best sellers: God’s End Time Militia, the Quest for Supremacy and The Love Revolution.
EAM seeks to reposition God’s people through revival for the return of Jesus Christ.
He is also the Founder of Fountain Gate Chapel a church with over one hundred branches around the world.
Reverend Anaba’s passion for love has culminated in his pet project, the love revolution, an annual gathering of the faithful, who spread love in Ghana, and beyond.
EAM has become synonymous with love following series of such revolutions it has championed in the country through the word of God.
Taking a cue from first Corinthians 13:13, where it is succinctly captured that “three things will last forever :faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is LOVE,” the EAM has clung onto this enduring virtue, spreading same for those who have ears, to listen.
Eastwood Anaba believes that anywhere love radiates, unhappiness, ungodliness, sorrow and pain vanishes.
“A nation’s cry of distress is a summons to manifest love, a charge to Christendom, that the EAM makes good, almost a lifestyle,” he added.
By: Godwin A. Allotey/citifmonline.com/Ghana