Gospel Crusades

Christ for all Nations has been conducting Great Gospel Crusades in Africa and around the world since 1974. Africa has been changed as a result of our, and other's, evangelistic efforts on this great continent.

Browse through our Gospel Crusades below. View pictures, watch videos, and be encouraged as you see, read and hear what God is doing in this generation.

ADO EKITI, NIGERIA

Ado Ekiti

This is the first time Christ for all Nations has been to Ado Ekiti, Nigeria in 12 years.

Ado Ekiti, capital of Ekiti state, southwestern Nigeria. An urban and industrial centre of the region, it was founded by the Ekiti people, a Yoruba subgroup whose members belonged to the Ekiti-Parapo, a late 19th-century confederation of Yoruba peoples that fought against Ibadan for control of the trade routes to the coast.

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Abeokuta, Nigeria

Christ for all Nations returns to Abeokuta, Nigeria for the first time in 17 years.

Abeokuta is the largest city and state capital of Ogun State in southwest Nigeria. It is situated on the east bank of the Ogun River, near a group of rocky outcrops in a wooded savanna.

 

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Kisumu, Kenya

CfaN will be in Kisumu on the 19 - 22 September 2019

The last we was in Kisumu was 2002!

Kisumu is a port city in western Kenya. The port was founded in 1901 as the main inland terminal of the Uganda Railway and named Port Florence. It is the third largest city in Kenya, the principal city of western Kenya.

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Nakuru, Kenya

Christ for all Nations returns to Nakuru for the first time in 20 years!

Nakuru is the administrative and economical headquarters of Nakuru County. Conveniently situated between Nairobi and Western Kenya. Nakuru was established by the British as part of the White highlands during the colonial era and it has continued growing into a cosmopolitan city.

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Lome, Togo

CfaN was last in Lome in 2011!

Lome is the capital and the largest city of Togo. Located at the Gulf of Guinea, Lome is the country's administrative and industrial centre and its chief port. The city has seen massive growth in recent times due to an oil refinery in the east.

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Owerri, Nigeria

This is our final crusade of 2018 and we could really use your help to finish covering the cost of this vital outreach. Your help right now would be an answer to prayer!

We are so excited to be back in Owerri after 17 years. The town is located in one of the most densely populated areas of Nigeria and is inhabited by the predominantly Christian Igbo people.

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Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Port Harcourt

Port Harcourt is the port town and capital of Rivers state, southern Nigeria. It lies along the Bonny River upstream from the Gulf-of-Guinea. Founded in 1912, it began to serve as a port (named for Lewis Harcourt, then colonial secretary) after the opening of the rail link to the Enugu coalfields in 1916.

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