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.

Yaoundé, Cameroon

God met a pressing financial need and the first CfaN Great Gospel Campaign in almost 16 years was able to take place in Cameroon. It had to be postponed by one week, but the Lord made it possible!

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Accra, Ghana

450 local churches representing 50 denominations cooperated in this campaign. Enthusiasm was at fever pitch and there was a sense that it would be an extraordinary week.

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Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

In Tanzania our campaign had an unexpected side effect, churches of many different denominations and backgrounds started working together in a way that is unprecedented.

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Nairobi, Kenya

We returned to Nairobi, Kenya 25 years after our last Gospel Campaign in the nation. We are now bringing the Gospel to a whole new generation of Kenyans and we believe this will be the epicentre of a move of God in this nation.

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Abidjan, Ivory Coast

In 2011 we planned a Gospel Campaign in this very city but we had to cancel due to an unstable political situation. The Lord opened the doors for us to enter the country in 2013 and bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Praise Jesus!

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Cotonou, Benin

After nearly 14 years we returned to Cotonou, Benin where there was lasting fruit from our previous campaign all those years ago...

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Over 20 years ago, the Christ for all Nations team travelled to Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia for a Gospel Campaign.  Anticipation was very high and everyone believed it would be a landmark event. But the permits were revoked and the campaign never took place.  Since then, there has been a burning in Pastor Bonnke's heart to return to this place to take care of 'unfinished business.'

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