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Rev Wengam Closes Easter Convention of Bostwana Assemblies of God Church

The General Superintendent of Assemblies of God, Rev Stephen Wengam, has challenged the body of Christ to review her soul winning and church planting strategies and adopt biblical models which align significantly with how God reached the lost .

Rev Wengam, who is also the Vice Chairman of Africa Assemblies of God Alliance ( AAGA) was preaching at the closing ceremony of the National Easter Convention of Botswana Assemblies of God in Gaborone. His topic was : “The Responsibility the Benefits of Christ’s Resurrection Imposes on the Believer , Go Quickly and Tell:Lessons From the Parable of the Lost Coin and Lost Sheep.

He encouraged the church in Africa to pursue the MM33 Agenda of the World Fellowship of Assemblies of God designed to plant one million churches by 2033, adding that “ the impact and relevance of our church hinge on this.”

Rev Wengam in prayers at Bostwana Assemblies of God Easter Convention

According him, “the planting of one million churches will help us finish the Great Commission speedily , before even Christ’s returns.”
Rev Wengam led the leadership and pastors of Botswana Assemblies of God to make a covenant to pursue the targets of the MM33 and the AAGA Revival Fire projects.
The presence and power of God was huge at the event, leading to spontaneous manifestations of the spirit.
The General Superintendent of Botswana Assemblies of God, Bishop John Thusukudu expressed “ unequalled gratitude “ to Rev Wengam for honouring their invitation at his own cost , and “being a phenomenal blessing.”
The General Presbytery of Botswana Assemblies of God , presented gifts to Rev Stephen and Lady Mrs Monica Wengam.

Rev Wengam addressing Ministers and Spouses Summit in Gaborone, Botswana.

Early on, Rev Wengam preached at “ an electrifying and power- packed “ Easter Sunday service where he urged Christians in Africa to “ appropriate the benefits of Christ’s death to improve the socio- economic development of the continent. We must emulate the selfless life of Jesus and make sacrifices necessary to develop Africa.”
He also spoke at Ministers and Spouses Summit, and Women’s Summit in Gaborone on the theme: “ The Anointed Woman and Sexual Purity.”

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