REINHARD BONNKE CRUSADE DUE IN TAMALE
The northern region is about to receive the greatest transformation as Evangelists Reinhardt Bonnke and Daniel Kolanda visit the region with their team to preach the gospel to the people.
The transformation is for people to put God first in everything they do. A transformed person does not make it a habit to sin, steal, kill, or destroy. Daniel Kolanda is a gifted, fifth-generation preacher whose ministry marked by a powerful evangelic anointing seeing incredible miracles after the model of Jesus; preaching and healing.
As a modern missionary evangelist he has led more than ten million people to Christ, face-to-face. The team of Christ For All Nations (CFAN) worldwide will be organizing a crusade in Tamale from 26th -29th January 2017, which will be held behind the New Tamale Sports Stadium. The crusade would see participants from all walks of life.
The phenomenon of healing, salvation, miracles and transformation of lives have characterized the ministry of Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke over the past 50 years. CFAN crusades in Ghana have also had the same effect. Crusades held in Tema, Accra, Ho and Tamale some thirty years ago recorded huge crowds of over one hundred thousand people who came to be healed and transformed by the power of God.
The Reinhard Bonnke Gospel Crusade with Daniel Kolenda is divinely conceived to bring salvation, healing, deliverance, fertility, spiritual peace and progress to the Tamale Metropolis. It is organized in collaboration with church denominations and all Christian’s bodies in the Tamale metropolis. The crusade will reduce the occurrence of evil and crime, revive churches, grow churches, unite the body of Christ, and transform communities in the region economically and commercially.
The crusade would also create the platform for businessmen and women to make good sales as people from various communities, towns and villages would arrive in Tamale for the four day crusade to receive their healing, deliverance and transformation. Meanwhile over 400,000 people are expected to participate in the crusade.