Apostle Amoani, Donkor, others to speak at Kwashieman Area CACI Easter Convention

Kwashieman Cac Area Changed Apostle Amoani, Donkor, Awunisela, Rev Mensah and others will be the speakers for the convention

Tue, 27 Mar 2018 Source: www.ghanaweb.com

The euphoria is building up for the Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI), Kwashieman Area annual Easter convention; as many from different parts of the city of Accra will troop to the venue for a spirit-filled experience.

Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International, Apostle Dr. Stephen Kwame Amoani will on Thursday open the 2018 Easter Convention, for the Kwashieman Area.

Themed, “Pressing for the prize of the high calling - Philippians 3:14”, the convention is expected to gather about five thousand Christians at the Kwashieman School park from Thursday, March 29 to Monday, April 2, 2018.

The 5-day power packed event which is to celebrate the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ will have both morning and evening sessions – 9am to 12noon and 6pm to 9pm respectively.

Anointed men of God to teach and imbibe the doctrines of God at the convention are Apostle Stephen K. Amoani (Chairman CACI), Apostle E.O.K Donkor (Gen. Sectary CACI), Apostle Joseph Sakyi (Christian Education Director, CACI), Prophet James Awunisela (Prophetic Director, CACI), as well as the host Rev George Mensah (Territorial Apostle), and others.

Fast rising gospel artiste Mrs. Naomi Adjei, Miss Selina Biamah, Miss Grace Dwamena, Kwashieman Area Mass Choir, and many more musicians will be present.

The public is urged to bring the outcast, the sick, blind, lame, deaf and dumb and those with all forms of infirmity to the festival for their healing and deliverance.

Lives will be transformed and many hitherto hopeless situations will be changed for good.

Background to Easter Celebration

Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ; it is the most important Christian festival, and the one celebrated with the greatest joy.

On Good Friday, Jesus Christ was executed by crucifixion. His body was taken down from the cross and buried in a cave.

The tomb was guarded and an enormous stone was put over the entrance so that no-one could steal the body.

On the following Sunday, some women visited the grave and found that the stone had been moved and that the tomb was empty.

Jesus himself was seen that day, and for days afterward by many people. His followers realized that God had raised Jesus from the dead.

Click "PHOTOS" to view some images from last year's convention.

Source: www.ghanaweb.com