Many Journalists who were officially invited to cover the “Greater Gospel Crusade” in November, 2016 in Sunyani had divine encounter with God, says the Reverend Dr. Leonard Victor Amengo, the Chairman of the media sub-committee.

He affirmed that ‘the new Christ-converted reporters, had joined churches mostly in Sunyani, and were growing steadily in the things of God”.

More than 800,000 people from all walks of life attended the four-day power-packed crusade held at Brong-Ahafo Regional capital.

It was organised by the Christ for All Nations (CfaN), an international gospel evangelistic ministry, founded by Reinhard Bonnke, a German Pentecostal Evangelist.

Rev Dr Amengo, who is the Sunyani Centre Administrator of Faith University Seminary, Ghana, gave the testimony at an evaluation and appreciation meeting of the crusade at Abesim, near Sunyani.

CfaN Africa Office in Ghana organised the meeting to interact with and appreciate the contributions of the various sub-committees to the success of the crusade.

Rev Dr Amengo, who is also a former Regional Director of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation pleaded with churches particularly those in the Sunyani Municipality to identify the Journalists who had joined them and support in their spiritual upbringing and development.

“Because of the nature of their job, many Journalists and media practitioners in the country have been held captive”, he said, and hailed the crusade as a huge success.

Rev Clement Achim Gyimah, the Resident Pastor, Pentecost International Worship Centre in Sunyani, indicated that the crusade had re-awakened the spiritual lives of many members of the church.

More so, he added that the church had witnessed sharp numerical growth, saying since it was held new converts continued to join the church.

Pastor Benjamin Bempong, the Brong-Ahafo Regional Overseer of Deeper Life Bible Church, observed that the impact of the crusade was well felt and thanked individuals and corporate bodies who supported the event both in cash and kind, saying God would definitely reward their contributions.

Pastor Joseph Manu, Head Pastor of the International Central Gospel Church in Sunyani, noted that the crusade had deepened the bond of unity that existed between churches and among ministers of the gospel.

He was optimistic that that all the churches in the Municipality would work hard to maintain the spirit of revival brought by the crusade.

Pastor Adu Kyeremeh, Head Pastor of the Temple of Praise Ministries said “this crusade has created fertile grounds for the work of God to thrive in the Sunyani Municipality and the region at large”.

He underlined the need for churches to concentrate more on the spiritual development of their members so that the rapture would not take them unawares.

Apostle Kofi Abbrey, the Special Assistant to Reverend John Kwasi Darku, Africa Executive Director of CfaN, advised the men of God to take good care of particularly new converts who gave their lives to Jesus Christ during the crusade.


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