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RCCG Partners With Anglican Church To Win Souls

Pastor E. A Adeboye, the General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has revealed RCCG is collaborating with the Anglican Church to execute a programme to win souls to the Kingdom of God.

Daddy G.O, as he is popularly called made this known at the just concluded Special Holy Ghost Service of the church for children, teens and young adults which took place at the Redemption Camp.

He said “RCCG and the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby are planning a programme to intensify evangelism in Europe to bring people to Christ”.

He however did not provide details during the service.

Pastor Adeboye pointed out that it is a great thing for the children to be greater than their parents, adding that his own father was a lay reader of the Anglican Church but he, on the other hand is working with Archbishop Welby.

An unknown source in London revealed Pastor Adeboye visited the Archbishop in 2015 and has maintained contact. RCCG is one of the Churches that endorsed the Archbishop of Canterbury’s initiative – “Thy Kingdom Come.”

According to reports of the visit, Mr Welby personally received Mr Adeboye and his delegation, which included Agu Irukwu, the Chief Overseer of the RCCG in the UK, to Lambeth Palace for a morning of prayer and conversation.

During the programme, a man testified to how he had used his dress anointed by Mr Adeboye last month to raise his wife from the dead.

Another highlight of the programme was an eight-year-old boy who stunned the congregation by reciting the whole of Psalm 119 without break. The Psalm which 176 verses is the longest chapter in the Bible.


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