March 1, 2017
Reinhard Bonnke's Farewell Gospel Crusade
Passing the Torch
Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke, Founder of Christ for all Nations (CfaN) will return to Nigeria for his final African Gospel - Crusade in November, 2017. While certainly not CfaN’s final African crusade, Evangelist Bonnke’s return could inspire another historic global attendance as that of the Lagos, Nigeria Millennium Crusade in 2000, CfaN’s largest crusade to-date.
I’ve just returned from the field on this final night of our Gospel campaign here in Tamale, Ghana. The crowd more than doubled tonight! It was a huge breakthrough. Behind the platform, more than 35,000 people stood in the darkness. These were mostly Muslims who had come to the meeting despite the prohibition of local Imams. Click Read more to see a short video from our final day!
I am just overwhelmed by the goodness of God as I write this. Today, he answered by Fire as we prayed for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit here in Tamale, Ghana. This morning, pastors and leaders were getting absolutely rocked by the glory of God. Click Read more to see a video and a full report from Day 3!
We have just come from the field on night 2 of our Gospel Campaign here in Tamale, Ghana. Tonight, I preached on the blood of Jesus. Thousands came into the Kingdom of God. We also saw how many demoniacs began to manifest as soon as I started talking about the blood of Jesus. Shrieks and cries could be heard all over the field.
Greetings from the city of Tamale in Ghana, West Africa. Our Gospel Crusade began this morning with the Fire Conference, and the evangelistic service tonight. The last time Christ for all Nations was in Tamale was 30 years ago this week. In fact, it was in this city that we first started counting decision cards and keeping track of the new converts that were being ushered into the follow up system in 1987. To watch a brief video of Life in Tamale, Ghana and see the complete report from Day 1, click Read More below.
Evangelist Daniel Kolenda shares from Tamale- our first time back in 30 years, and we are excited and expectant for our first Gospel Crusade of 2017. Watch this short video from our arrival to Tamale, Ghana by clicking Click Read below.
Tamale is the 4th largest city in Ghana and is the capital of the Northern Region. Tamale is a major center for political, economic and business commerce activities, and over half the population is between 15-64 years of age. Currently, Islam is the dominant religion.
The final night of the last Gospel Campaign of the year has just come to a glorious conclusion. The field was packed tonight. When I asked how many were attending for the first time, it was the overwhelming majority! I met a lady who said that she had been listening by radio a couple nights ago.