Working of Miracles Manifest in CfaN's Nigeria Crusade

Zaki-Biam, Nigeria, crusade

Despite days of adverse weather, Christ for All Nations counted 148,330 registered decisions for Jesus and saw mighty miracles of healing and deliverance at its outreach in Zaki-Biam, in Benue State, Nigeria.

Rain poured down, lightning flashed and thunder rolled with fury, but the people were not deterred,” evangelist Daniel Kolenda wrote last month on the last day of the event. “We are all so touched by the passion and tenacity of these precious people who simply will not be put off. They were determined to press thorough for their blessing and I believe the Lord will reward their hunger.”

The ministry has seen more than 55 million documented salvations since 2000. Its latest crusade was in Zaki-Biam, a very remote village.

Kolenda, who has preached to more than 8 million people around the word, wrote: “When Jesus said, 'to the uttermost parts of the earth,' I think he must have had Zaki-Biam in mind.”

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On the second night, Kolenda wrote about a miraculous deliverance of a mad woman.

Her mother said they used to restrain her with ropes, but now the chains on her brain have been broken and she is totally well!”

The evangelist said the miracle was among many that thrilled the souls of the CfaN team, but they most of all rejoiced with the thousands of people who turned to the gospel.

On the next day during the Fire Conference, a blind woman was healed, even though the meeting was cut short because of the weather. The woman testified that doctors given up on her, saying blindness was a hopeless case. She sought out a witchdoctor, who quoted her a hefty price. Her aunt, one of the Fire Conference delgates, asked her to attend the meeting and receive healing from Jesus instead.

Another healing occurred in a young man who was HIV-postive. Kolenda reported that after receiving prayer, he is now negative. The evangelist wrote of many miracles and said, “The gospel was received with great enthusiam.”

The CfaN team is now gearing up for its next event in Agbani, in Enugu State, Nigeria, starting Nov. 9. The average cost of a CfaN crusade is $900,000. For information on how to give, click here.

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