Christ For All Nations launches crusade in Kumasi

Social Crusade Launch
Social Crusade Launch

The Christ For All Nations (CfaN), an international evangelistic ministry, has launched a programme to herald a crusade to be held in Kumasi.

The crusade, which is scheduled for November 10 to 13, this year, is under the auspices of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, the Christian Council and other Christian organizations in the country.

CfaN was founded by the renowned German Evangelist, Reinhard Bonnke principally known for his gospel missions throughout Africa since 1967.

It is now being headed by Daniel Kolenda, a missionary evangelist, who succeeded Bonnke.

Rev. Paul Frimpong Manso, the General Superintendent of Assemblies of God, Ghana, who formally launched the crusade, said it would draw at least one million souls into the kingdom of God, urging people from all walks of life to patronize the programme.

According to him, CfaN was not a church, but an evangelism organization that sought to rescue the perishing for the kingdom of God.

He expressed worry about the rising crime wave in the cities of Ghana, high corruption rate, saying that all these were happening in a country that boasts of a population of over 70 per cent Christians.

He said the crusade would help Ghanaians understand and give themselves to Christ, adding that it would also reduce the high crime rate and corruption in the country.

Rev. Frimpong Manso pointed out that the crusade would be one of the best ever crusades organised by CfaN and called on all Christians to avail themselves for the programme.

Rev. John Kwesi Darku, CfaN’s Executive Director in charge of Africa, hinted that a 20-member committee would be put together to oversee the planning of the programme.

There would be street evangelism on the streets of Kumasi with fire conferences, he added.

He called on Ghanaians to be part of the crusade and asked them to remain confident in God.

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