2,853 Salvation Decision Cards and Counting!  The call of God for our team is Primarily Evangelism. "PLUNDER HELL & POPULATE HEAVEN"  We preach a full gospel of Salvation, Healing, Deliverance and Baptism (or infilling) of the Holy Spirit. During the crusade meetings, many will be healed, delivered and baptized, or filled, with the Holy Spirit, but our prime emphasis is to see souls saved to the Glory of God.  



21 Days Prayer & Fasting

Dear Friend,

We are just a few weeks away from the Jesus Is Lord Crusade in Navrongo, Ghana! We are in the final preparations and would love for you to partner with us in prayer. On Monday the 23rd of September we are starting the 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting leading up for this massive gospel campaign.

John 15:16 You did not choose Me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit, and that your fruit should remain, that whatever you ask the Father in My name He may give you.

Prayer is our greatest and most effective tool. We are starting from the ground up as we pray for the harvest and lasting fruit in Ghana!

Please join with us each day until the start of the crusade as we agree to take a moment in prayer together on the following topics:

Preparing the Ground – Days 1-6 (Favor, organization, logistics, crusade venue, churches and leadership, government leaders, healing and unity)

Sowing the Seeds—Days 7-12 (Youth, outreaches, follow up materials, people to be drawn to the crusade, equipment etc, Evangelist Marian and all the various speakers)

Reaping the Harvest – Days 13-21 (Salvations, deliverance, local communities, church unity, open hearts, lasting fruit, follow up, discipleship and spiritual awakening)

MONDAY we begin Day 1 of the 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting. Please agree with us for the following:

Preparing the Ground. “For no other foundation can anyone lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ.” 1 Corinthians 3:11

DAY 1 Prayer Point – Divine Favor for this crusade (crusade team, technicians, local pastors, and leadership with government officials as the Holy Spirit leads you in prayer).

Thank you for agreeing with us in prayer today,

Believing For A Greater Glory In Navrongo, Ghana

Dear Friend,

Navrongo and Nigeria is the next stop for JiLC this year, and we’re counting the days until the Great Gospel Campaign from 22nd October – 3rd November. What an awesome and loving God we serve!

We are believing for an even greater harvest of souls in 2019, so that “the latter glory of this house shall be greater than the former, says the Lord of hosts.” (Haggai 2:9)

As we approach this next outreaches; we so appreciate your prayers for our ministry team as they continue to work with the local churches and prepare the ground for an incredible Kingdom harvest! In addition to your prayers, would you consider sowing into our Navrongo crusade?

We are amazed and humbled by the response to the Gospel message and the miracles that take place. Our expectancy is high as we believe for a new wave of people to give their hearts to Jesus and many more to be healed and set free!

We cannot do it without you! This event is the first of two back-to-back campaigns, with the second one happening in Edor, Nigeria just a month later. Every single donation, no matter how big or small, is a brick to help us build the Kingdom.

Thank you for your prayers and also for prayerfully considering making a gift today!

The work goes on:
The best is yet to come!


“You are no longer strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God, having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone” (Ephesians 2:19–20).

If I do what the apostles did, I will get what the apostles got!

The gospel that the disciples preached as they went out was the gospel of the kingdom of God: the good news that the kingdom was close to them. But they preached it in terms not used by John the Baptist, and only occasionally used by Jesus Himself. Their kingdom gospel was proclaimed in the language of Christ crucified. It was not a different gospel, but it contained a tremendous new fact—the vital fact about the kingdom of God: The Cross.

When Jesus had spoken of it earlier, Peter had even tried to rebuke Him. What at first seemed outrageous to the disciples was (as they later realized) the all-important mystery of the kingdom: the self-sacrifice of the King for the kingdom. The kingdom is established by the titanic battle and victory of Christ. His blood marks its foundations. Calvary is the source of the redemptive dynamic of God, the nuclear power drive of the gospel, and of all the gifts of the Spirit.

The kingdom of God has a checkpoint and border control, and it is at the cross. Without having been to Calvary, everybody lives a second-class existence as illegal immigrants. Passport and entry permits are repentance and faith in Christ Jesus. Then we may enter with the full privileges of citizens, no longer “strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of God’s household” (Ephesians 2:19). The “covenants of promise” (verse 12) are ours.

As we celebrate Easter; I will encourage you to take time to reflect on the significance of the cross and what it means to you. I pray that this will open your heart to press in deeper and to draw others to experience the same godly benefits you enjoy so freely today. Happy Easter.