September 1, 2017
Evangelist Daniel Kolenda in South America!
Evangelist Daniel Kolenda in South America
Evangelist Daniel Kolenda has been preaching at Iglesia de Reyes (King of Kings Church) in Buenos Aires, Argentina and ministering to pastors and leaders from around the world! Many were overcome with God's presence and rushed spontaneously to the altar without any invitation before he had finished his first point in the message. Soon Daniel and the team will be traveling to Curitiba, Brazil for a Fire Conference! To see the latest updates with pictures, click below to visit Evangelist Daniel Kolenda’s official Facebook page!
WATCH the Livestream for Azusa Now Cleveland for BOTH services on Saturday, July 22nd (from 3:00 -11:00 PM EDT) and Sunday, July 23rd, (from 2:00 – 5:00 PM and 7:00-10:30 PM EDT) directly from the Quicken Loans Arena! Sunday will be a Christ for all Nations Gospel Crusade with Evangelist Daniel Kolenda!
Our Gospel Crusade has just come to an end here in Harare, Zimbabwe. Despite the bitter cold weather, the attendance almost doubled over last night! The government minister of religion attended two of the evening meetings this week. It is an epic event in this region that has gotten lots of attention. The services are being broadcasted on the radio. It seems everyone has heard of what is going on.
Tonight, was the first meeting of our Gospel campaign here in Harare, Zimbabwe. The weather is quite cold here – only 3° C (about 37° F). It’s quite amazing that the people came out in such cold conditions, both in the morning and night, to stand outside for hours! It is a remarkable demonstration of the tremendous hunger here.
Daniel Kolenda and Lou Engle Partner for National Crusade in Cleveland
(Press Release) Evangelist Daniel Kolenda of Christ for all Nations will be partnering with Lou Engle in a Night of Prayer and Salvation at the Azusa Now prayer gathering in Cleveland, Ohio (July 22-23, 2017), a free event open to the public.
Harare is the capital and most populous city in Zimbabwe, with nearly 3 million people in the metropolitan area and millions more in the region. The city was originally founded as Fort Salisbury in 1980, but was renamed to Harare in 1982.