2,081 Souls Won At ‘Tarkwa For Christ’ Crusade WEB

2,081 Souls Won At ‘Tarkwa For Christ’ Crusade

The four-day ‘Tarkwa For Christ’ crusade which took place at the forecourt of the E. K. Kyei Worship Centre in Tarkwa was climaxed on Saturday, April 13, 2024, with an overwhelming number of persons giving their lives to Jesus Christ.

The crusade, which was under the theme, “Jesus Christ; The Way, The Truth & The Life,” saw a total of 2,081 persons accepting Jesus Christ as their Lord and personal saviour, out of which 518 received baptism by immersion.

A total number of 313 persons who had already given their lives to Christ but had derailed from the Christian journey rededicated their lives to Christ, while 57 persons also received Holy Spirit baptism.

The crusade was preceded by a series of outreach programmes, including a football match outreach, a float, and a house-to-house evangelism by the Evangelism Ministry’s advance team.

As part of the crusade, the Evangelism Ministry, with support from Entrance Pharmaceuticals, conducted a medical outreach, during which patrons were screened and given various forms of medical support, including drugs for identified illnesses.

During the crusade, Apostle Dr. Amos Jimmy Markin (Director of the Evangelism Ministry and Executive Council Member), Apostle Apostle John Obeng Kesse (Suame Area Head), Apostle Anthony Mensah (Resident Minister of PIWC-Atomic), Pastor Isaac Kofi Annan (Mankessim Area), and Elder Dr. Samuel Nana Amo Tobbin (Chairman of Tobinco Group of Companies) impacted the congregants with Spirit-filled messages.

Elder Livingston Etse, Pastor Ahmed Anane Acheampong, Pastor Isaac Kofi Annan, and Pastor Hayford Nsiah Yatimbo gave living testimonies about how they were saved from the point of destruction following their association with devilish powers and ungodly social groups.

Pastor Emmanuel Keyi Baote, Elder Patrick Amoako, Sister Joyce Effah, Elder Gideon Ntumy, Sister Godgift Ama Cobbinah, and Elder Peter Adonteng also charged the atmosphere at the crusade with soul-inspiring and spirit-filled song ministrations.

Children were not left out of the crusade as a special service was held for them at the E. K. Kyei Worship Centre auditorium on Saturday morning.


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