25 Drug Addicts, 4 Marginalised Children Surrender To Christ web

25 Drug Addicts, 4 Marginalised Children Surrender To Christ

Twenty-five drug addicts and four marginalised children committed their lives to Christ during a one-day mega crusade at the Dome Market by the Ashaiman sector of the Home and Urban Mission (HUM) on Wednesday, May 1, 2024.

The crusade was part of the church’s Vision 2028 initiative, which aims to reach out to marketplaces with the gospel and chaplaincy services. The ultimate goal is to establish market churches.

The Sector Minister, Pastor Solomon Anderson, delivering a sermon titled “The Salvation Encounter”, drew parallels between the biblical story of Jesus’ encounter with the madman of Gadara and the potential for spiritual and physical liberation for those struggling with addiction and affliction.

The crusade’s success was evident in the 25 drug addicts and 4 marginalised children who gave their lives to Christ, leading to the establishment of the Dome Market Home and Urban Mission (HUM) assembly.

The Dome District Minister, Pastor Benjamin Arthur, described the crusade as a “shot on target.” He noted that the market is home to many drug addicts and marginalised individuals, including labourers and ‘Kayayo’ girls.

“Many of these individuals sleep at the market sheds and are victims of drug addiction and other vices”, he said, adding, “The church, recognising the urgent need for their salvation, was prompted to organise this market crusade.”

Pastor Arthur further explained that the church will continue to intensify evangelistic activities at the market to win more souls for the Kingdom.

Report by Deacon Seth Odifo (HUM National Media Committee Secretary)

Tags: No tags

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *