Souls are getting saved by the thousands in Matiz, Mozambique, as Dynamis World Ministries presses into to its latest crusade.
Reports from the field include healings of all kinds, according to Christopher Alam, head of Dynamis World Ministries. He says a little boy born deaf and mute heard and repeated words for the first time in his life.
In another miracle, Alam reports that a young man who was deaf in one ear and whose right leg was useless was carried to the crusade because he could not walk. Jesus touched him, he says, and he took off running and jumping. And demon-possessed people were set free.
“This region has not had the gospel preached that much and there are relatively few Christians here,” Alam says. “So in many ways it feels like we are breaking up new and fallow ground.”
Born in a Muslim family with Middle-Eastern origins, Alam received Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior in 1975. He was immediately confined in a mental asylum for his faith in Christ. He was later arrested several times and imprisoned for preaching the gospel.
After being threatened with execution, Alam finally escaped to Sweden, where he was given political asylum, eventually becoming a Swedish citizen. He has preached the gospel in more than 60 nations.