A Look Inside The Book
Christ for all Nations
The purpose of Christ for all Nations is to fulfill the great commission of Jesus Christ by taking the message of salvation to all peoples of the world. Christ for all Nations is primarily known for it’s crusades in Africa and other third world countries. In addition, the ministry seeks to actively inspire and equip the body of Christ for evangelism through conferences, literature, videos and television. The ministry has one motto, “Hell empty and Heaven full!”
Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke is principally known for his Great Gospel Crusades throughout the continent of Africa. The son of a pastor, Reinhard gave his life to the Lord at age nine, and heard the call to the African mission field before he was even a teenager. After attending Bible college in Wales, he became a pastor in Germany for seven years and then went on to start mission work in Africa. It was there, in the small mountain kingdom of Lesotho, that God placed upon his heart the vision of ‘the continent of Africa, washed in the precious Blood of Jesus’ – an entire continent, from Cape Town to Cairo and from Dakar to Djibouti that needed to be reached and to hear the proclamation of the signs-following Gospel.
Evangelist Daniel Kolenda is a fifth generation preacher who received a calling to take the Gospel to the nations as a young boy. As a teenager, his life was radically changed after an extraordinary encounter with God’s power that ignited a passionate burden for the lost.
It was at one of Reinhard Bonnke’s Great African Crusades, that Daniel first saw the massive crowds of people being saved, healed and filled with the Holy Spirit. And it was there that the Lord renewed the burden in him to take the Gospel to the nations. In obedience to God’s voice, Daniel launched out into full-time, evangelistic ministry through International Gospel crusades and conferences.