Monthly Archives November 2008

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Happy Thanksgiving!

By Daniel Kolenda   /     Nov 27, 2008  /     Posted from Home  /     0 Comment

This morning I will be flying to Germany for a couple of days and then on to Nigeria for another Great Gospel Crusade. I was blessed to be able to celebrate Thanksgiving with my family on Monday, and now I am looking forward to the next glorious harvest. In a few days hundreds of thousands of new names will be written in the Lamb’s Book of Life…that is something to rejoice about!

I noticed this year that many businesses were advertising today as “Turkey Day.” The fist time I noticed this, it was on the sign for a business that said “Happy Turkey Day.” I must admit I was a bit incensed. “How dare they try to remove the giving of thankfulness to God and replace it with a tribute to turkey!” Then in the midst of my righteous steaming it suddenly struck me…how often have I been more interested in the food and the friends and the football and forgotten to remember the faithfulness of God and give thanks to Him myself.

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Impartation Breakfast with Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke – Tampa Florida

By Daniel Kolenda   /     Nov 19, 2008  /     Uncategorized  /     0 Comment

I want to let everyone know that on December 13, 2008 Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke will be in Tampa, Florida for an Impartation Breakfast. This is a unique opportunity to hear Evangelist Bonnke in an intimate setting and be prayed for by him personally. There will also be an opportunity to meet him and get a book signed, picture taken, etc. DON’T MISS IT!!

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Ikot Ekpene, Nigeria – Conclusion

By Daniel Kolenda   /     Nov 13, 2008  /     Posted from Home  /     0 Comment

I have just returned home…very happy to see my family and rejoicing over the glorious harvest that took place in Ikot Ekpene over the last week. In spite of the rainforest-like weather conditions encountered in this Delta region of Nigeria, the crowd topped 400,000 in a single service! Below is a video shot by one of the tech team guys with his little personal camera. It will give you a glimpse into what it was like setting up the equipment on the muddy field. They literally pitched the platform where the trucks got stuck.

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