This year’s congress, on the theme: “Supernatural Visitation from on High,” would take place from July 27 to July 31, in Accra and Kumasi concurrently and it is expected to attract 7000 participants across the country.
The Accra Congress to be held at the Deeper Christian Life Ministry Headquarters, Anyaa would attract 4000 participants, while the Kumasi Congress would be at Brofoyedru Camp and it is expected to attract 3000 participants.
Pastor Francis Fosu, the National Coordinator of the Deeper Life Campus Fellowship speaking at the launch, said this year’s congress is “a much needed one as the country is faced with all sorts of evils on our campuses”.
He announced that this year marks the 21st anniversary of the Deeper Life Campus Christian Congress and as a result.
Pastor Fosu said the DCLF aimed at the promotion of spiritual, academic and welfare of the campus communities.
“Today, the world knows too much of human rights and they forget about their salvation. Our campuses are filled with all sorts of immorality and evils and the nation is in terrible moral decadency where the right people are termed wrong and the wrong ones are seen as the right people.
“We need to rise up to reverse these things for the good of our dear country, Ghana,” he said.
He said despite the academic excellences of campus communities, they cannot do the right thing and “we expect this year’s congress will bring total transformation to lives and spiritual empowerment to the community.”
He, therefore, appealed to eligible participants to make a day with the congress to save the souls of the intellectuals and make them agents of change.
Pastor Fosu also urged the media to scrutinise their content in order not to pollute the airwaves with all sorts of defiling programmes.
He also called for peace and calm before, during and after the forthcoming general election.
Pastor James Sai, Regional Overseer, Madina, said the annual activity is to draw attention to the group of people who if care is not taken would be forgotten of in terms of evangelisation.
“We will turn to pretend all is well with these communities, where book enlightenment is in abundance, yet they need Bible enlightenment to make the community a whole. We need to reach out to such people within the campus community so that their souls would not perish,” he added.
Mr Joseph Akwesi Agyeman Duah, Consulting Partner, Kodham Consulting Services, appealed for God’s mercies and visitation for the country.
Source: GNA/News Ghana