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June 14, 2024 • Uganda Week 1 - Night 2

Smashing Strongholds

I’ve just returned from the crusade field here in Hoima, Uganda (where I preached the Gospel tonight). Hoima is the capital city of Bunyoro Region, West Uganda. This place is known for witchcraft and deep occult darkness. Just one hour away in Kagadi, there is a famous cult lead by a man who claims to be God. He says that he was teleported to every country revealing himself to people of all nations. It’s all utter foolishness, of course, but this cult has gained quite a following in this region.

June 12, 2024 • Uganda Week 1 - Night 1

Crusades in Three Cities Tonight!

Tonight is the first night of crusades here in Uganda. Over the next few weeks, we will conduct FIFTEEN Gospel Crusades throughout this nation. In addition, we have already trained hundreds of local evangelists and we have been working with them for the last couple months. Also, Bootcamp graduates and students are on the ground here preaching the Gospel all over the nation! Literally millions of people will have heard the gospel in Uganda by the time we are finished! IT’S HARVEST TIME!

March 6, 2024 • Aba Week 2 – Night 4

The Crowd Grew 800%!

Tonight was the final night of our mass crusades in Umuahia and Aba South, and we finished on a high note. At our Aba South Crusade, the already large crowd grew tonight by at least 800%! The field was packed and we almost ran out of space, even though everyone was standing!

March 4, 2024 • Aba Week 2 – Night 3

Her baby started moving

Today we were invited to have lunch at the governor’s house. Our entire team went – including technicians, engineers and the local chairmen of the crusades. I was able to pray for, and prophesy to, the governor and his team in an almost official capacity. I felt like an ambassador sent by the King of Kings with a special message to deliver.

March 3, 2024 • Aba Week 2 – Night 2

Power stations activated!

Tonight, the governor attended one of our crusades (where I was preaching at “Aba South”). He addressed the people, and we learned many interesting details about the significance of our visit.

March 2, 2024 • Aba Week 2 – Night 1

Eyes healed after 20 years

Tonight was the first night of our second week here in Nigeria. If you’ve been following my reports, you know that last week we conducted two full Gospel crusades here in Abia State in Nigeria. This week TWO MORE crusades are taking place in two different locations in the same state. Once again, Bootcamp Graduate Evangelists are working with me, shoulder to shoulder. What a joy!

February 27, 2024 • Aba, Nigeria: Night 5

Multiplication in Action

I started out at Ngwa High, where I preached the Gospel. Then I handed off to Evangelist Rob Enge who began praying for the sick as I rushed to Ogbor Hill (the other crusade). I arrived in time to pray the closing prayer of blessing over the nation, the city and the people present. It is always a very special moment in every crusade, but somehow this one felt especially significant.

February 25, 2024 • Aba, Nigeria: Night 4

Breaking the Darkness

This is the fourth of five nights here in Nigeria and it’s been glorious so far! We have two crusades ongoing here, one in Ogbor Hill (where Macoby Donaldson is stationed) and one at Ngwa High (where Rob Enge is stationed). In each crusade...

February 24, 2024 • Aba, Nigeria: Night 3

A Gospel Invasion

Tonight, was the third night here in Nigeria where two Gospel crusades are ongoing. Tonight, I preached at Ngwa High, but I will let two other evangelists stationed at these crusades tell you what happened in their own words...

February 23, 2024 • Aba, Nigeria: Night 2

Testimonies pouring in

Tonight, I preached in the Ogbor Hill crusade where Evangelist Macoby Donaldson is stationed. This is the region that has never had a Gospel crusade before. The people are so blessed that we have finally come to them. The message tonight was a simple message about repentance and restitution. It’s turning to Jesus, not just by raising hands and praying prayers, but with surrendered lives.