Prayer can heal Ghana’s Economy – CfAN Executive African Director
The Executive African Director of Christ for All Nations, Rev John Kwasi Darku is optimistic that Ghana’s economy can be reconditioned with prayer especially in a time where the Asanteman for Christ Crusade is approaching.
He has called on all believers to join hands for a great transformation both spiritually and physically because God could be using the situation for the good of His people.
He delivered these words during the second meeting of all pastors across the country at the Asokwa Pentecost International Worship Center in Kumasi on Monday, October 17, 2022.
The Great Asanteman Gospel Crusade, organized by Christ for All Nations (CfaN) in November this year, will have about 1,500 pastors in attendance.
The three-day crusade, featuring Evangelist Daniel Kolenda, successor of the late Reinhard Bonnke, is targeting to win two million souls for Jesus Christ; and an atmosphere of change especially in such a time when Ghana’s economy is being stressed out.
The second meeting on Monday witnessed high attendance of church leaders to pray ahead of the program. According to the Executive African Director of Christ for All Nations, Rev John Kwasi Darku, staging the program in Kumasi will go a long way to benefit souls and welcome Christ Jesus in Ghana’s tearing economy.
Referencing Luke 5:1–11, he used the first miraculous catch of fish which took place early in the ministry of Jesus as a case study and encouraged that if it resulted in Peter as well as James and John, the sons of Zebedee, joining Jesus vocationally as disciples, God can heal the economy, which in a way will turn people to Him.
On Ghana’s Galamsey and the visit of the Ecumenical Bodies in Ghana to some sites, he added that, the action of these men of God will help Change some minds of illegal galamseyers. Rev. Darku then appealed to those who are involve in the illegal mining to think about the future of the next generation.
Story Filed by: Akwadaa Nyame (Silver FM)