CfaN Plans Mass Crusades Across Uganda

Christ for All Nations This week, Christ for All Nations (CfaN), led by Evangelist Daniel Kolenda, embarks on an unprecedented evangelistic mission across Uganda. In a historic initiative, CfaN will conduct 15 mass crusades, each spanning 4 to 5 nights, totaling 70 nights of crusades. This monumental series aims to transform lives and spread a message of hope across the nation.

Planning and organizing these crusades took over 11 months, reflecting CfaN’s dedication to making each event impactful. This initiative is a significant part of CfaN’s 50th Anniversary Year celebration and its mission to conduct 50 crusades in 50 cities “from Cape Town to Cairo,” aiming to reach over 10 million people with the message of salvation this year. By the end of the Uganda crusades, CfaN will have completed 22 of the 50 planned crusades for 2024.

Hundreds of local evangelists have been trained by CfaN and have been working with them over the past few months. Additionally, over 120 CfaN Bootcamp Student Evangelists will play a crucial role in these campaigns. These dedicated individuals, undergoing their Bootcamp training initiation weeks in Uganda, will bring energy and passion to the mission. They will actively proclaim the Gospel in marketplaces, villages, youth crusades, and more, engaging with communities to foster connections and spread the message of faith and salvation.

Daniel Kolenda shared, “Over the next few weeks, we will conduct FIFTEEN Gospel Crusades throughout this nation. Literally, millions of people will have heard the gospel in Uganda by the time we are finished! IT’S HARVEST TIME!”

Strategically located to maximize reach, each of the 15 crusades promises powerful preaching, vibrant worship, and an atmosphere filled with expectancy and faith. This initiative underscores CfaN’s mission to spread the Gospel throughout Africa and empower local communities through the message of Jesus Christ.

As the crusades commence, CfaN invites everyone to pray and support the evangelists and the people of Uganda. The organization is committed to following up with new believers, ensuring they are connected to local churches and communities to foster their spiritual growth.

For more information and ongoing updates, please visit the CfaN website at

About Christ for All Nations:
CfaN is the global evangelistic ministry of Daniel Kolenda and was founded by Reinhard Bonnke in 1974. The organization’s mission is to spread the message of salvation, equip local churches, raise up evangelists, and empower leaders to continue the work of evangelism and discipleship in their communities.

(SOURCE: Christ for All Nations via Christian Newswire)

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