“The masses of mankind wait eagerly to hear the Gospel. Will you join hands with us to reach them?”Ev.Rubens Cunha
The first evangelistic event reported in the book of Acts happened right after the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at the day of Pentecost. After Peter addressed the crowd, about 3,000 persons accepted the Message (Acts 2: 41). The second evangelistic event in the book of Acts started with a miracle performed by John and Peter at the temple gate. As a result, a crowd gathered around to hear their message and “many who heard the message believed, and the number of men grew to about five thousand.” (Acts 4:4) All through the book of Acts as well as in the ministry of Jesus, we frequently read about masses gathered together to hear the Gospel message, with startling results. The Word of God is infallible and its principles regarding mass evangelism are still relevant today. Our Salvation and Healing Campaigns are community changing events that bring thousands to Christ, infuse a fresh passion for souls in the local believers and release new leaders to help in the Kingdom’s work. Here are some of the benefits of a citywide Gospel Campaign:
Salvation of Masses
In our evangelistic campaigns, we work hard to make sure EVERY SINGLE PERSON in town will have the opportunity to receive Jesus as their Lord and Savior. The entire city is given the opportunity to come to Christ and not only to change their eternal destiny but to enjoy the benefits of His redemptive plan on earth. The irrefutable effectiveness of gathering crowds to hear the gospel is seen in the ministry of Jesus as well as in the ministry of the first Christians.
We always work together with local churches, partnering with them in reaching out to the lost. Those who make a decision for Christ are asked to voluntarily give their personal information so that they can be contacted later. The local churches are then encouraged to develop follow up strategies to contact those who made a decision for Christ. We have several testimonies of churches that even doubled in size after a campaign.
Jesus is proclaimed with miracles
After the salvation message is preached, prayer is offered for the sick and Jesus confirms the message with signs and wonders (Mark 16:20). Many miracles take place and it is common that the blind receive sight, the deaf hear and the lame walk. Many in need find miracle healing and freedom from demonic oppression in Christ.
Communities are impacted
Through city level evangelistic campaigns, whole communities have a chance to hear the Gospel message and to be impacted by its unparalleled influence.