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September 9, 2014

Congratulations To This Year’s USA Winners: Richard and Modesta Betancourt!

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  1. ehmgo@yahoo.com'

    Richard Betancourt

    It has now been over 24 hrs since we got the call from CFAN that we won by the grace of God this powerful opportunity. Only 56 days till the crusade in Kumasi Ghana begins. I have been a witnessing the Gospel of Christ since I got saved in 1975(16 years old)in the city of New York.The pastor of the small church I became of member of told me I did not know enough of the Bible to preach the Gospel properly, but I thought I have something those around me did not have JESUS! So, I told the Pastor I certainly see how you need a lot of Bible knowledge to preach in a church. As for me I’ll preach to those in the streets of New York on one Bible topic Jesus and when they get saved. I’ll bring them to the church and you can continue from there. I never realized that was the beginning of my call to be an Evangelist. Since that time the Lord has opened so many doors for us to proclaim the Gospel of Christ.
    But now to be part of the CFAN team with Evan. Kolenda for at least one crusade my gratefulness to the Lord has no words to express it. Except to say, that this is the Super Bowel of evangelistic crusades and to be part of one of the most impactful and influential evangelistic ministries in the 21st century is truly a humbling experience. HALLUJAH!!!! AFRICA SHALL BE SAVED!!!

  2. ehmgo@yahoo.com'

    Richard Betancourt

    The First week of Nov. 2014 Crusade in Kumasi Ghana with Evan Kolenda and CFAN team.
    Kumasi is city of Ghana (Ashanti Region). The population of Kumasi: 1,468,609 people.

  3. doug@quinton.me.uk'

    Douglas Quinton

    Blessings on you Richard and may God use you greatly on your Holy Spirit adventure in proclaiming the glorious Gospel !

  4. ehmgo@yahoo.com'

    Richard Betancourt

    It has now been over 24 hrs since we got the call from CFAN that we won by the grace of God this powerful opportunity. Only 56 days till the crusade in Kumasi Ghana begins. I have been a witnessing the Gospel of Christ since I got saved in 1975(16 years old)in the city of New York.The pastor of the small church I became of member of told me I did not know enough of the Bible to preach the Gospel properly, but I thought I have something those around me did not have JESUS! So, I told the Pastor I certainly see how you need a lot of Bible knowledge to preach in a church. As for me I’ll preach to those in the streets of New York on one Bible topic Jesus and when they get saved. I’ll bring them to the church and you can continue from there. I never realized that was the beginning of my call to be an Evangelist. Since that time the Lord has opened so many doors for us to proclaim the Gospel of Christ.
    But now to be part of the CFAN team with Evan. Kolenda for at least one crusade my gratefulness to the Lord has no words to express it. Except to say, that this is the Super Bowl of evangelistic crusades and to be part of one of the most impactful and influential evangelistic ministries in the 21st century is truly a humbling experience. HALLUJAH!!!! AFRICA SHALL BE SAVED!!!

  5. jesustestimony@hotmail.co.uk'

    Steve & Rachel Maylam

    Look forward to meeting you Richard :) Sure the expectancy is building. The Lord will do great things

  6. anonymized-1647971165@disqus.com'

    Guest

    Its been an interesting week, on Monday we we’re advised by CfaN that mission trip had been cancelled. Of course Rachel and I were saddened by this, but at some point in the future, advised we’d be travelling with the CfaN team, to another campaign. Last night I was reading Exodus 23:20 “See, I am sending an angel ahead of you to guard you along the way and to bring you to the place I have prepared. And felt it was significant, however did not expect a call from Kerrie from CfaN this morning! The trip is now back on. Excited, lifted up and cant wait to see Jesus name lifted in Kumasi. We know the Lord will move powerfully.

  7. anonymized-1647974104@disqus.com'

    Guest

    Its been an interesting week, on Monday we we’re advised by CfaN that mission trip had been cancelled. Of course Rachel and I were saddened by this, but at some point in the future, advised we’d be travelling with the CfaN team, to another campaign. Last night I was reading Exodus 23:20 “See, I am sending an angel ahead of you to guard you along the way and to bring you to the place I have prepared. And felt it was significant, however did not expect a call from Kerrie from CfaN this morning! The trip is now back on. Excited, lifted up and cant wait to see Jesus name lifted in Kumasi. We know the Lord will move powerfully and change the lives of many.

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