Just moments ago, I finished preaching the last message on the final night of our Gospel Crusade here in Calabar, Nigeria. Each night here, we have seen the crowd literally double in size over the previous night. That is unusual, and a powerful indication of the wonderful things Jesus has done here this week.
UPDATE: The LIVESTREAM WILL BEGIN AT 11:30 AM today.
Tune in to watch the LIVESTREAM from Calabar, Nigeria on Saturday, February 17. We are so excited for the first Gospel Crusade of 2018 and hope you enjoy the opportunity to join us for the evening service of Day 3! Wherever you are, if you have an internet connection, you can participate in the Calabar, Nigeria Crusade service on Saturday! You will not want to miss the powerful worship from the local worship teams, the preaching of the Gospel from Evangelist Daniel Kolenda, and incredible testimonies from those have been healed and set free!
We are back in Nigeria! This is the beginning of a new season of Gospel campaigns in Africa that I believe, will eclipse everything we have seen thus far in the harvest. I believe we are entering a “Decade of Double Harvest” that will culminate with more than 150-million souls coming into the Kingdom!
We have just added TWO brand new t-shirt designs to our online store: “The Heart of the Gospel is the Pierced Heart of the Son of God” and “Love Africa”!
For the first time ever, we have designed and printed a Ladies’ T-shirt, “THE HEART OF THE GOSPEL IS THE PIERCED HEART OF THE SON OF GOD This high-quality, Ladies’ cut t-shirt will be a great witness whenever you wear it with the vital message, “The Heart of the Gospel is Pierced Heart of the Son of God” in a subtle, heart-shaped design.
Our second new design, “LOVE AFRICA” is for MEN AND WOMEN, and, through its bold, contemporary design, declares that you have a heart for Africa and evangelism!
Click below to be among the first to view and buy these brand new designs!
Calabar — a name that evokes all that is mysterious in Africa. From steaming equatorial forests to fast-flowing navigable rivers, the whole of the continent seems to be summed up in this one name. And yet, it is a word that once was feared by all. To the indigenous population, Calabar was often the last place they ever saw of their homeland, as they were shipped away from family and friends onboard the many slave ships that called at that port