We’re Back After 20 Years! – Lome, Togo – Day 1

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We’re Back After 20 Years! – Lome, Togo – Day 1

By Daniel Kolenda   /     Feb 24, 2011  /     Articles, Crusade Photos  /  

We have just returned to Togo after 20 years!  Since the median age of the population in Togo is 19 this is clearly a whole new generation many of which will be hearing the Gospel for the first time.

This morning we paid a courtesy visit to the State president who welcomed us with open arms.  Pastor Bonnke was able to pray with him privately and we are rejoicing at what the Lord has done.  Please see the attached picture of our visit.

Tonight’s opening meeting in the capital city of Lome was a huge success.  The city is buzzing with excitement and anticipation.  Many thousands responded to the Gospel tonight and made a decision to follow Jesus.  We also saw tremendous miracles including a man who was unable to walk without a cane for 16 years, a young man who had been unable to lift his arm and a visitor from America whose leg was healed!

Tomorrow the Fire Conference begins and we are anticipating a mighty outpouring as we have seen in other places.  Please keep an eye out for our reports this week and remember to pray for us as we preach the Gospel in Togo.

Together in the Harvest,

Evangelists Daniel Kolenda and Reinhard Bonnke
Together with the whole CfaN team

Pictures by O. Volyk

Knee pain gone!

A Cripple Man Healied – Lome, Togo 2011

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    ljh07 Says: February 25, 2011 5:25 pm

    Hey, the American in the blue shirt and tie jumping up and down is my friend John! I’m so happy to hear that God healed his knee! I know that is only one of the countless things God will do in Lome this week. John is there with a group of people from my church and our whole church is in prayer for you guys this week! So exciting!!!!

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    Ahua Says: February 25, 2011 12:04 pm

    Here are just what God wants to do in life. Many things, I am completely broken face this powerful love of Jesus. Completely broken and confused yes God is good.

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    Aaron Bagwell Says: February 24, 2011 2:26 pm

    AWESOME! Praying for you always Daniel! So great to see you stepping into Togo…how great to minister to so many young people…next generation! You’re an inspiration!

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      Daniel Kolenda Says: February 25, 2011 8:21 am

      Thanks Aaron. May the Lord give you a mighty harvest in the Philippines. It’s great to hear from you. Blessings!

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