Kolenda, Engle team up for Azusa Now gathering in Cleveland
By Logos Post News Desk
Evangelist Daniel Kolenda of Christ for all Nations (CfAN) announced today a partnership aimed at mobilizing prayer and evangelism this July in Cleveland to culminate with a free event July 22-23, 2017 as part of the Azusa Now Cleveland.
Birthed in response to a vision to break the barriers of unbelief and pray for revival in America, Azusa Now Cleveland will be two nights of prayer, fasting, worship, and salvation, bringing together people from all 50 states of the United States. On the second night of this powerful prayer gathering, Evangelist Daniel Kolenda will preach the Gospel and minister to the participants. For those who are believing for friends and loved ones to be saved, don't miss this opportunity to invite them to be a part of this gospel crusade.
Lou Engle, founder of The Call prayer movement and gatherings has risen to notoriety for mobilizing people to pray and reach their generation for Jesus. CfaN, founded by evangelist Reinhard Bonnke, has been active for 40 years, successfully winning people to the Lord (over 76 million decisions to date). Bonnke has recently handed over the leadership role to his successor, Daniel Kolenda, Lead Evangelist of Christ for all Nations with a vision and mandate that "all America will be saved." Russell K. Benson, CfaN's International Director affirms, "We feel this partnership is strategic and historic and can only imagine the impact that will be felt in Cleveland, Ohio and the whole of America. We believe that this event will spark a mass harvest movement in our nation. America shall be saved."
In the natural political world, as the battleground state of Ohio goes so goes the nation. In the same way, Lou Engle believes this 2-day massive prayer push will spark a revival, not just in Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati but in the entirety of Ohio state and eventually the rest of America. Together, the ministries are calling for help from the greater Body of Christ, not just to believe and pray with them but to rally behind them with every support they can offer. CfaN needs 1,500 altar workers, and will be working with local churches of the surrounding regions (Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland, Indiana and Kentucky).
Photo: Lou Engle of The Call