Ghana­ian preacher jets in for Heal­ing Je­sus cru­sades

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TOP Ghana­ian preacher Evan­ge­list Dag He­ward-Mills is ex­pected in the coun­try to­day to lead the Heal­ing Je­sus Cam­paign cru­sades in part­ner­ship with lo­cal churches.

The cru­sades to be staged in 14 towns and cities, be­gin to­day and end on De­cem­ber 18. The cam­paign has gained mo­men­tum in Bulawayo where over 250 churches are set to par­tic­i­pate. The or­gan­is­ing team said Evan­ge­list He­wardMills will jet into the coun­try to­day and head for Kadoma for the first cru­sade.

Chair­per­son of the or­gan­is­ing com­mit­tee Apos­tle Colin Ny­athi of Har­vest House In­ter­na­tional yes­ter­day said the cam­paign was in­ter-de­nom­i­na­tional and meant to in­stil unity and save souls through­out the coun­try.

“This cam­paign is for the na­tion, it will take us to 14 towns and cities in Zim­babwe.

Evan­ge­list He­ward-Mills has bankrolled ev­ery­thing. None of the churches have paid any­thing but this is to help the churches to unite, sal­va­tion of souls and there is a so­cial as­pect of doc­tors com­ing in to heal the con­gre­gants,” said Apos­tle Ny­athi.

He said the cam­paign would be launched in Kadoma then move to Kwekwe be­fore com­ing to Bulawayo next Tues­day.

Other towns are Vic­to­ria Falls, Harare, Chi­tung­wiza, Bin­dura, Mutare, Zvisha­vane, Maron­dera, Gwanda, Masvingo, Gweru and lastly Beit­bridge.

He said the series was an op­por­tu­nity to bring Chris­tians to­gether in prayer. “For us who are believ­ers, it’s for the unity of pas­tors and the churches. When a big­ger gift comes to town, churches come to­gether, they re­alise that this is a big­ger in­flu­en­tial min­istry world­wide there­fore we come to­gether,” said Apos­tle Ny­athi.

“When peo­ple are united ac­cord­ing to Psalm 133 v 2, God com­mands a bless­ing.

“The bless­ing lies in this unity but the ma­jor fac­tor is sal­va­tion of souls, our brothers and sis­ters who are far away from God to see them come to God”.

In Bulawayo , the cru­sade is set for De­cem­ber 15 and 16 at the White City Sta­dium fol­lowed by Vic­to­ria Falls on the 17th and 18th .

Yes­ter­day, a con­voy of 15 buses and trucks from South Africa ar­rived in the city en-route to Kadoma where the first cru­sade will be held later tonight.

Scores of Chris­tians turned up at White City Sta­dium to wit­ness the ar­rival of the con­voy sig­nalling the be­gin­ning of the mas­sive cam­paign.

Apos­tle Ny­athi said buses would ferry peo­ple from dif­fer­ent sub­urbs to the sta­dium.

“Don’t miss a thing like this, if you are a pas­tor with a church some­where join the big­ger pic­ture and your peo­ple would ben­e­fit. Se­condly, it’s a great thing for pas­tors com­ing to­gether, what a great thing for the na­tion,” he said.

Apos­tle Ny­athi said there would be tight se­cu­rity to avoid stam­pedes and water bowsers would also be avail­able.

Evan­ge­list He­ward-Mills is a Ghana­ian min­is­ter based in Ac­cra, Ghana. He is the founder and pre­sid­ing bishop of the Light­house Chapel In­ter­na­tional.

He is also a pro­lific au­thor, con­fer­ence speaker, evan­ge­list, apos­tle and the­olo­gian.

The cam­paign has been held in over 90 coun­tries.

Apos­tle Colin Ny­athi

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