The coronavirus. COVID-19. Right now the world is not only talking about it non-stop, but is directly feeling its effects in seemingly ever-growing ways. You may already be facing physical or financial challenges yourself. Worse yet, you might be experiencing a spiritual challenge, a debilitating fear – a crisis of faith -- in the face of all of the news coverage and on social media.
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.
The Christ for all Nations School of Ministry will offer a 2-year Associates of Arts degree in Practical Ministry.
The first year will include personal mentorship, Holy Spirit impartation and in-depth theological training with classes like Personal Evangelism, History of Awakening, Hermeneutics (Principles for Interpreting the Bible), and many others.
The wilderness is a hard place, but it’s crucial for our lives and growth. While a desert season feels terribly wrong, God desires to use the wilderness for your eternal good. To reap its benefits, however, you must understand its nature and purpose. This bible study series will help you do just that. Sign up today and you will receive a weekly study tip for seven weeks that will help you Survive your wilderness.
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.
CfaN will be in Kisumu on the 19 - 22 September 2019
The last we were in Kisumu was 2002!
Kisumu is a port city in western Kenya. The port was founded in 1901 as the main inland terminal of the Uganda Railway and named Port Florence. It is the third largest city in Kenya, the principal city of western Kenya.