Jesus Campaign Project hits the streets of Obuasi today

The Jesus Campaign Project, a nationwide move of God to reach the entire country with the message of Jesus Christ in this election year as well as every election year is hitting the Streets of Obuasi today.

The group which is interdenominational will move through all the principal streets of the Golden City with Ghana flags, Placards, singing and street evangelism.

This is the first time the Jesus Campaign Project is taking place in Obuasi and it is expected to bring together over 1000 Christians from different churches across the City.
Speaking to the coordinators of the Project, they explained that their major aims for the Northern cross-regional mission tour are to open the spiritual gates of the towns and regions for the advancement of the Gospel, break altars and strongholds that fight against God’s agenda in the Land and to enthrone Jesus as Lord and King over the regions.

After the Obuasi campaign, Bantama will be their next destination on Saturday.

The conveying point for the campaign is the Obuasi Post Office Street and all Christians are invited to take part.

Below is the order of events in the Obuasi Jesus Campaign Project;
Thursday 19th May 2016
9am – Arrival of touring team
12 – 2pm – Orientation/ training of volunteers
3 – 6pm – Street campaign (praise walk, human sign boards, street evangelism, placards, brass band, etc)
8pm – 11pm Prayer watch into the Land

Friday 20th May, 2016
4am – 6am – Dawn prayer walk through the streets of Obuasi

RECOMMENDED:  Christian family ‘beaten and thrown out on to the street for refusing to renounce faith’

Recent Articles

Who Is A Spiritual Father?

“From the beginning God had revealed Himself to be a personal God, but more amazing is this; when Christ came in the flesh as...

When Regular People Turn Angels

I was driving home from a work when my car started to choke and sputter and died. I barely managed to coast, cruising, into a...

7 Most Prominent Musicians In Ghana

Gospel music has seen tremendous improvements over the last years. For the first time in Ghana’s music history, a Gospel musician was awarded the...

The Priority Of Keeping God First

There are so many things that clamor for our attention and devotion: our jobs, our kids, our spouses, our hobbies—the demands and...

Related Stories

1 Comment

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Stay on op - Ge the daily news in your inbox