“Sefwi Nkwanta For Christ” Crusade Kickstarts Despite Heavy Downpour

Despite a heavy downpour that threatened to mar the start of the “Sefwi Nkwanta for Christ” crusade yesterday, hundreds of people thronged to the Tanoso Community Park for the official opening of the much-anticipated event.

People from all walks of life, including members of the Nkwanta District, turned up in their numbers for the crusade.

Pastor Kwabena Antwi, a retired minister of The Church of Pentecost, gave a chilling testimony of the power of the Gospel to save and transform lives for the better.

In his testimony, interspersed with humour, the retired minister explained how the Lord transformed him from a drug addict and idol worshipper into a minister of the Gospel. 

“If the Lord was able to transform my hopeless situation, then He can surely do the same for you,” he charged poignantly through the huge Line Array speakers erected at the crusade grounds.

Referring to the story of Zacchaeus and Jesus Christ in Luke19:1-10, the Evangelism Director of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Dr. Amos Jimmy Markin, said that although Zacchaeus was a sinner, he still desired to meet Jesus Christ.

He said that Zacchaeus’ effort was rewarded with a divine (august) visitation of Jesus to his house, as a result, his life was transformed for the better.

Apostle Jimmy Markin, therefore, urged everyone who is yet to encounter Christ to invite Him into their lives by accepting Him as their Lord and personal Saviour.

Twenty-nine persons responded to the altar call by the Evangelism Director and were led to confess the sinner’s prayer. Out of the souls won, 12 underwent water baptism.

The “Sefwi Nkwanta for Christ” crusade would be climaxed on Saturday, October 22, 2022, with a medical outreach at the Nkwanta Assembly church premises. The four-day crusade is under the theme “In Him Is Life” (John 1:4).


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