At Anchor of Hope 2023 Easter Camp Meeting, Ukwute Tasks Participants on Evangelism

The 4-day Easter Camp Meeting tagged “Whom Shall I Send” was a huge success as participants gathered to worship and learn about recovering the lost art of spreading the message of Christ.

Rev. Thomas Ukwute

The event, which was held from 6th to 10th April, 2023, at the Anchor of Hope Ministries Head Quarters, Effurun, Delta State, Nigeria, featured inspiring sermons, workshops, intercessory prayers and fellowship activities that were aimed at equipping participants with the skills and knowledge needed to effectively share the gospel.

A Session of Participants at the 2023 Easter Camp meeting

The General Overseer of Anchor of Hope Ministries, Inc., Reverend Thomas Ukwute, spoke on the importance of spreading the gospel and challenged participants to answer the call to be messengers of Christ.

Another Session of Participants

In one of his messages titled “The Resurrection of Christ”, Rev. Ukwute charged the brethren that the resurrection of Christ is the core foundation of the Christian faith and testimony, hence it is impossible to wipe out Christianity because the founder is alive.

Anchoring his message on the foundation of Christ’s death, burial and resurrection, Rev Ukwute went on to state that the believer is equipped to take the saving message of Christ to a dying world of sin, sickness and satan.

He added that Christ’s resurrection proves that He is the Son of God, which guarantees the efficacy of His redemptive power. It also proves the veracity of the gospel with the assurance of His continuous presence when believers go out to preach the gospel to unbelievers.

Rev. Ukwute Ministering to participants

Two other guest speakers also shared their experiences and strategies for evangelism. They are Rev. Samuel Igwebuike and Apostle Austin Omale

Workshops were also held on topics such as social media evangelism, street evangelism, and personal evangelism. These workshops provided practical tips and tools for participants to use in their everyday lives.

The Easter Camp Meeting was not all about serious learning as participants also enjoyed a variety of fun activities, including games, music, and meals shared together.was attended by over 500 participants from different churches and backgrounds.

The Easter Camp Meeting ended on a high note with participants expressing their gratitude for the opportunity to learn and grow in their faith. The ministry hope that the lessons learned will inspire participants to continue spreading the message of Christ in their communities and beyond

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