The Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (CEM), under the leadership of Rev. Steve Mensah, is organising a two-day Intercessors’ Conference, dubbed the “Inter-Cedere Conference”.
The theme for the conference is “The Effectual Intercessor”, based on James 5:16b. This event promises to bring together intercessors, ministers of the Gospel, and other members of the Christian faith across the nation for an empowerment workshop on how to pray and intercede effectively.
The conference begins on Thursday, 30th to Friday, 31st, May 2019, at the Rehoboth Temple, CEM, North-Legon, Accra, near Wisconsin University.
Commenting on the upcoming conference, the Head of the Intercessory Ministry at CEM, Rev. Charles Afile, said: “We are in the era of prayer, and if Christians do not rise up and pray, they will not realise the end-time blessings of God.”
Rev. Afile bemoaned the fact that the number of prayer meetings have recently increased, and yet, the results of these meetings are not comparable to what pertained in the days of the Apostles.
Many prefer only to receive prophecies, which, without prayer, will not come to pass.
“A closer walk with God and a fruitful relationship with Him are dependent on an effective prayer life. The goal of the Inter-Cedere Conference is to empower the body of Christ in prayer and intercession,” Rev. Afile added.
Speakers for the conference are Rev. J.F.K. Mensah (Great Commission Church, Accra), Rev. Stanley Mensah (Deputy General Overseer, CEM), and the host is Rev. Steve Mensah (General Overseer, CEM).
CEM is a word-based Church whose mission is to reach out to people from all walks of life, especially, the rural world, through its “Christ to the Rural World” crusades, accompanied with miracles, signs and wonders, and to raise passionate people who will preach the Gospel to every unsaved soul throughout the world.
The church believes that intercession plays a vital role in the salvation of the unsaved souls in the world.
All Christians, especially intercessors from all churches, are entreated to attend to be empowered to seek the face of God for themselves, their families, the body of Christ, and the nation.