The last few days have been a whirlwind. Much has happened with a couple things I’ve never seen before. At the moment I am stranded, together with several other CfaN team members, along with Eddie James and his team, in Lagos, Nigeria. Our campaign this week is in the city of Warri, but an extraordinary dust storm has reduced visibility to almost nothing and major airlines ceased operation until further notice. Most of our team has been traveling for several days, having been diverted to various African and Middle Eastern nations.
This is our first Crusade of 2020 and the Decade of Double Harvest! And the first time back to Warri, Nigeria after 17 years! Warri lies along the Warri River in the western Niger River delta, 30 miles upstream from the port of Forcados.
It is with great sadness that I and the entire Christ for All Nations family announce the death of our founder, friend and spiritual father, Reinhard Bonnke.
All told, over 79-million people made Christ their Lord as a result of Evangelist Bonnke’s ministry. Bonnke was best known for his gospel outreach campaigns throughout Africa. It is no exaggeration to say that his work transformed the continent...
Now is a time to multiply our efforts and maximise this season of soul-winning during the 'Decade of Double Harvest'.
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.