November 7, 2014

Day 2 Kumasi campaign (2 Peter 1:16)

The scripture that has been resonating in my heart 2 Peter 1:16 For we did not follow cleverly devised stories, when we told you about the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ in power, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty.

Some who may be reading this blog after day 1, even Christians, may think that these words are purely stories. But let me share with you, the Gospel has been preached, and Rachel and I have certainly witnessed His majesty and power, with our own eyes. Many miracles have continued to take place and testimonies of healing. People set free and delivered of demons. Many idols and witchcraft items burnt in the metal drums.

Jesus is the King of Kings, and Many Ghanaian hearts have bowed, asking The Lord into their lives. An estimated 240,000 came to the Gospel crusade tonight. A sea of people, hungry for Jesus, really is a beautiful sight.

But also today, we got to meet true servants of the King. Without these people the campaigns just wouldn’t happen. Inspired by Jako, Derek and someone as I saw as one of the pillars, Winfried Wentland. (3rd picture) Could listen to his stories all day! Winfried’s been with CfaN over 30 years and a walking miracle. Honour all the guys on the ground and behind the scenes. Organisation, planning, but also flexible and highly skilled workers, are vital for successful CfaN campaigns.








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