All set for Lighthouse’s Good Friday
Accra, Preparation for the 2017 edition of Lighthouse Chapel International's flagship programme, Good Friday Miracle Service is far advanced as Church workers have thronged the Black Star Square.
In an interaction with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) during a visit to the venue on Thursday, Bishop Prince Addae, the Executive Director of the Healing Jesus Campaign said the objective of the programme had always been to celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ.
He said all the branches of the Church in Accra and Tema would be gathered at the Black Star Square to celebrate the day with the public.
Bishop Addae indicated that as part of the activities for the programme, there would be prayers, worship, praises, preaching as well as prayers for the sick and for salvation.
According to him, Mrs Theodora Georgina Wood, the Chief Justice, Professor Mike Aaron Quaye, the Speaker of Parliament and some other dignitaries are expected to be present at the programme.
Bishop Emmanuel Nterful, the Vice Chancellor of Anagkazo Bible School, told the GNA that: "If people genuinely experience the saving power of salvation, they will be transformed and our prisons will be emptied and corruption can be reduced drastically."
He said the gospel was the solution all the problems the country was facing because Christ was the wisdom of God and "what we need as a nation is the wisdom of God to take us of the many problems that country facing".
He said they were praying and believing that the Lord would touch the heart of sinners and save them so that many people become righteous because a nation that knew God was a righteous nation.
The 2017 edition of the Good Friday Miracle Service is the third of its kind at the Black Star Square.
Source: Ghana News Agency