ORLANDO, May 30, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ — Christ for All Nations (CfAN) President and Lead Evangelist, Daniel Kolenda, hosted a COVID-19 Prophetic Panel via live-stream. The event was watched by thousands across the world, many eager to better understand God’s plan in the midst of so much medical, economic, and social chaos. They were not disappointed. The conversation included Patricia King, Brian Guerin, Elizabeth Tiam-Fook, and Jamie Galloway – all of whom went on record to proclaim the goodness of God and the triumph of the Cross despite what we see around us today. The group dealt with controversial questions such as: Where have the prophets been? Did the body of Christ miss something? How should believers prepare for the future? Is there a consensus among prophets for the current crisis? And many, many more.

God did indeed speak through these anointed ministers. Early in the evening, Evangelist Kolenda shared a powerful word on the fractures that the crisis has revealed in marriages, business, and even churches. “As the shaking has come, you realize that your spiritual life, your family life has begun to shake… you realize that you’ve been building on shifting sand; that you’ve been investing into earthly things, into carnal things. You’re so thankful to get online and watch church online on Sunday morning because you wouldn’t know how to lead your family in devotions. If that’s you, I want to challenge you to build upon the rock, to build your life on something that is more solid – the rock of God’s Word. Put all of your eggs in God’s basket. You don’t have to be afraid.”

The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent societal shut down has forced many ministries to rethink their outreach strategies. This is especially true for organizations such as Christ for All Nations (CfAN) whose primary focus is sharing the Gospel of Jesus across the globe through dynamic, large-scale, in-person events. For more than 40 years they’ve reached millions annually and their fruit speaks for the quality of their work: nearly 80-million individual people have registered first-time decisions to follow Christ at one of CfAN’s Gospel Campaigns.

Nonetheless, out of respect for governmental authority, concern for public health, and awareness of God’s divine season, CfAN has canceled its upcoming schedule of outreach events. Although CfAN has not been “on the field,” the ministry has used the time to focus its energies on the next generation of world-changers. With a vision to train and release evangelists, Kolenda and his team have poured their years of experience into a group of 50 evangelists. Later this year, that group will be released into Spirit-led ministry all over the world. This strategy has long been on Evangelist Kolenda’s heart, and he expressed confidence that the upcoming “launch” is part of how God will fulfill the vision to lead twice as many people to Jesus in the next 10 years as CfAN did in its first 40 years. Evangelist Kolenda said, “Taking a concentrated moment to raise up fresh voices for the Gospel is hardly a waste of time. It’s going to bear extraordinary fruit.”

And, as the Prophetic Panel demonstrates, CfAN has used its well-developed online presence to minister to thousands around the globe during the crisis. Daily reports come in of God’s miraculous power touching lives through His Word delivered across screens everywhere. And all of it has been made possible by the continued prayer and financial support of CfAN partners. Partners, old and new, can still support God’s work through CfAN by donating at CfaN.org or texting “CFAN” to (888) 364-4483. Be sure to download our FREE APP!

About Christ For All Nations 
Founded by Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke in 1974 and now led by Evangelist Daniel Kolenda, Christ for All Nations (CfaN) continues to pioneer mass-evangelism in Africa and beyond and to equip the church to fulfill Christ’s Great Commission. To date, more than 80-million people have chosen to follow Jesus at a CfaN Gospel Outreach Campaign meetings marked by supernatural displays of God’s power to heal bodies, restore lives and change communities. With offices in countries around the globe. CfaN produces written, musical and video content that can be found online and seen daily on TV stations around the world.