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ORLANDO, Fla., April 20, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ — It is not too late to sign up for online access to the April 25-28 convergence of leaders from some of the most powerful historic revivals in the world. Christ for all Nations (CFAN) has announced that Light The Fire Again (LTFA) is sold-out but all segments, including praise and worship, will be broadcast from the very site where the Toronto Blessing was poured out nearly 25 years ago.

Joining Evangelists Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda for the upcoming global revival convergence will be John Arnott and Randy Clark from the Toronto Blessing; John Kilpatrick, Dr. Michael Brown, Jeri Hill, Lindell Cooley and Lila Terhune from the Brownsville Revival; Claudio Freidzon from the Argentine Revival; Rick Joyner from the Morning Star prophetic movement; Lou Engle from The Call and Heidi Baker from the mission fields of Africa.

“The time is now for a new generation to experience the Fire. I believe we are standing on the threshold of the greatest outpouring of the Holy Spirit in history. The best is yet to come,” declares Kolenda.

CFAN has documented over 78-million decisions for Christ in the last thirty years and invites you to be a part of rekindling the flames of revival and igniting a new generation with the Fire of the Holy Spirit when God’s great global movements over the last 20 years converge at the Attwell Center in Toronto, Canada and through live-streaming at homes and churches around the world.


About Christ For All Nations
CfaN is a non-denominational missions organization aimed at taking the Gospel message to the world. Christ for all Nations is primarily known for its historic crusades in Africa and recently surpassed a historic milestone of over 78 million documented decisions for Jesus Christ at major events in Africa and other parts of the world. CfaN has offices in countries around the world including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom and the United States.

To learn more about Christ for all Nations, visit CfaN online at, or email or call 407.854.4400.