For over 40 years, Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke and Evangelist Daniel Kolenda have been conducting crusades the world wide. Here, you can read detailed accounts of each CfaN crusade! You will see people coming to Christ by the millions! You can experience first-hand reports and testimonies from both Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda and Christ for all Nations Crusade Team! Witness what the Lord is doing around the world and be encouraged to believe Him for the miracle you need in your life, today!
Here you can find edifying and empowering Bible studies written by Evangelists Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda. You can find a selection of their multi-part studies here or you can register to receive the latest study right in your inbox about every two weeks!
You will be blessed as well as challenged by each of these studies. This is fresh manna from the throne and we encourage you to prayerfully study along with both Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda and to share each insightful study with those you know.
In His Presence
There is no better place than IN HIS PRESENCE! This is where we receive true identity, purpose, empowerment, love and acceptance. It is a place of refuge, breakthrough, correction and commissioning.
It is impossible to enter God's presence and not leave changed. Over the last two years of hosting these ministry nights we've seen God radically transform people's lives and circumstances on every level.
It is important to emphasise that the word seek is an action word. There are some people who say they are seeking God’s will, but they are actually just waiting for a “lucky break.” The question in this study is, “What should I do while I’m seeking God’s will?
Sometimes God has to break us down so He can rebuild us His way. And often the more impressive the edifice of our own making, the longer and more painful is the process of dying to self and surrendering to God.
To many people fear seems to be a legitimate reason not to do something. But I want you to see that the master in Jesus’s parable was not sympathetic toward the servant who buried his talent. When the servant said, “I was afraid,” the master did not put his arm around him and say, “There, there, it’s all right. You poor little servant.