Three-Day Crusade Ends In Malakal

A crusade organized by National Presbyterian Church of South Sudan in Collaboration with the Sudan Reform Church came to an end in Malakal.

Three-Day Crusade Ends In Malakal
Pastor Lonie Ronde during the crusade in Malakal. [Jok P Mayom]

By Jok P Mayom

MALAKAL, 13 February 2013 [Gurtong] - The crusade came after three days training on leadership by the Sudan Reform Church Pastor Lonie Ronde from United States of America (USA).

“There is nothing impossible with God” said Pastor Lonie, “Riches, being free from diseases and many others all come from God so pray full and get connected to God.”

The aim of the crusade was to pass the word of God to the entire citizens through public gathering evangelical teaching and that was why it was done at the market place in the main Town of Malakal.

"This is the time we should admit God in us to deliver us from many challenging situation we are facing, poverty, sickness, enemies around us temptations from devils," said pastor John Paul.

Pastor John Paul Deng said that the message can be reached at any time due to much occupation that normally engages people.

The crusade was attended by more than 300 people with some claiming to have been healed of various ailments after being prayed for. 

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