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Representing the King-Abeokuta, Nigeria - Days 1 & 2
This week we are conducting a Gospel Crusade in Abeokuta, Nigeria. I just arrived a couple days ago, but once again, we sent a team of evangelists into the region more than seven weeks ago to begin bombarding it with the Gospel. Since that time, they conducted 273 outreaches and have seen 77,879 people come to Christ – before the Crusade even started! The “Decade of Double Harvest” is underway!
Christ for all Nations returns to Abeokuta, Nigeria for the first time in 17 years.
Abeokuta is the largest city and state capital of Ogun State in southwest Nigeria. It is situated on the east bank of the Ogun River, near a group of rocky outcrops in a wooded savanna.
We have just returned from the final night of our Gospel Crusade here in Kisumu, Kenya. As we were driving toward the field tonight we could see ominous black clouds and lightning threatening our open air meeting. The wind was blowing the storm toward the crusade, but we prayed and pushed forward with the meeting. The storm passed over us and everyone stayed dry. The meeting was glorious. Many thousands responded to the Gospel and wonderful miracles happened.
Watch this short clip from Day 3 of our Gospel Crusade happening in Kisumu, Kenya. God was in our midst as many were saved, healed and filled with the Holy Spirit! Please continue to pray as we have one more service with the beautiful people of Kisumu, and we believe He has saved the best for last!
We have arrived in the beautiful city of Kisumu, Kenya and are believing for a mighty harvest! Please continue to pray for our team as we begin the first night of our Gospel Crusade this evening. Watch this short video of our arrival to Kisumu!
CfaN was last in Kisumu in 2002!
Kisumu is a port city in western Kenya. The port was founded in 1901 as the main inland terminal of the Uganda Railway and named Port Florence. It is the third largest city in Kenya, the principal city of western Kenya.