MASVINGO - The Healing Jesus Crusades, which have been held outside the country for a long time, have finally come to Zimbabwe with 14 crusades happening, one of them at Mamutse Stadium in Masvingo on November 27 – 28, 2016.
Renowned international evangelist; Dag Heward-Mills will grace the crusades as the guest at all the 14 crusades in the country.
The Ghana-based preacher has been accelerating his evangelistic work across Africa and the world, with at least 132 evangelistic crusades having been held since 2004. The crusades have taken place in all countries of West Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho and 28 cities in South Africa.
Bishop Lincoln Dahwa, of the Gospel Revival International Ministries said the crusade will win many souls for Christ.
"The aim is to bring many people to Christ so that they can find purpose in their lives. The crusade is an inter-denominational outreach programme which seeks to bring people of different churches together in the name of Christ," said Bishop Dahwa.
During the course of the crusade, he said, there will also be a pastors and leaders conference for all leaders of different churches in Masvingo.
"We feel that we are blessed as the people of Masvingo because we will host the crusade earlier than other places. We encourage people to come and hear the word of God from one of the most gifted preachers of our times.
"Those who seek any form of deliverance and healing should look forward to the Lord doing wonders in their lives," said Bishop Dahwa.
Healing Jesus Campaign international director, Reverend Eldad Barber said God has remembered the land of Zimbabwe through the crusades.
Bishop Manzonzo echoed the same sentiments and urged people to come in their numbers and witness the hand of God.
"The blessings of God will be poured upon the land and we are going to witness great salvation, miracles through the ministration of Bishop Dag Heward-Mills," said Bishop Manzonzo.
There will be free buses to ferry people from all locations in the city and surrounding areas like Mashava, Bhuka and Nemanwa.
A medical doctor by profession, Bishop Heward-Mills is the founder and presiding bishop of the Lighthouse Chapel International (LCI) denomination.news