CfaN looks to a decade of double harvest with many new evangelists

Christ for all Nations (CfaN) is constantly training up new evangelists in its Evangelism Bootcamp. This is part of a plan to launch 20,000 evangelists into ministry over the next 10 years, in keeping with CfaN leader, Daniel Kolenda’s vision for a ‘Decade of Double Harvest’.

You can watch one of their graduation services below which features a keynote address from Evangelist Benny Hinn. Other speakers include Nathan Morris of Shake the Nations and Jeri Hill of Together In The Harvest who is the widow of Evangelist Steve Hill of the Brownsville Revival.

Cfan Decade of Double Harvest

Since it was started by Reinhard Bonnke 40 years ago, CfaN has documented some 80-million individual decisions to follow Christ. Now Daniel Kolenda is believing for as many souls to be won to Jesus in the next 10 years as the ministry saw in its first four decades. This would bring the figure to a staggering 150-million.

The Evangelism Bootcamp is a hands-on, intensive ministry academy that is focused on equipping future-evangelists with the necessary skills and faith they’ll need to thrive in evangelistic ministry. It provides trainee evangelists with access to today’s leading evangelists who act as instructors, mentors and coaches, allowing students to glean from their experience.

Evangelism Bootcamp Graduation

Watch the video of the CfaN Evangelism Bootcamp below. Hear Benny Hinn pray for the graduates for the anointing of God to be upon them. He also shares the surprising story of how he was asked as a 24-year-old young evangelist to speak at Kathryn Kuhlman’s funeral and how inadequate he felt. What God told him as he stood on the stage, full of fear, has sustained him throughout his 40 plus years of ministry.

In addition to Evangelism Bootcamp, CfaN also provides ongoing, mentoring, credentialing, ministry opportunities and in-the-field support to its graduates. As a result, they are ready to take their place in the harvest fields. Many of them will join CfaN in the field helping to reach millions with the Gospel.

Applications are now open for the next class of students. If you feel God prompting you to prepare for evangelistic ministry, now is your opportunity to answer and accelerate God’s purpose for your life. To learn more, visit the Evangelism Bootcamp site.

About CfaN

Founded by Reinhard Bonnke in 1974 and now led by Daniel Kolenda, Christ for All Nations continues to pioneer mass-evangelism in Africa and beyond and to equip the Church in the Great Commission. CfaN hosts largescale Gospel Outreach Campaigns focused on God’s power to heal bodies, restore lives and change communities. It has offices in countries around the globe and produces written, musical and video content that can be found online and seen daily on CfaN TV and elsewhere.

Source: Sam Rodriguez

Also read: Daniel Kolenda combats Covid-19 fears along with answers from a prophetic panel

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