Mega revival crusade in Dimapur concludes
DIMAPUR — A six-day inter-denomination spiritual revival and blessings mega crusade, organised by Koinonia Baptist Church (KBC) at the Dimapur District Sports Complex (DDSC) on the theme “Arise, Shine… And the glory of the Lord is risen upon you” (Isaiah 60:1), concluded on Sunday.
An update from KBC informed that there were two services in which Medotseilieü Kiewhuo, pastor of Koinonia Baptist Church, was the speaker of the morning service and Rev. Zotuo Kiewhuo, founder pastor of Koinonia Baptist Church, was the speaker of the evening service.
Speaking at the morning service, Medotseilieü Kiewhuo shared message from the book of Isaiah 43:18-19, where it reminded ‘not to remember the former things as God will do a new thing in our lives.’
She went on to say that ‘God forgives and forget our sins and mistakes but it is Satan who makes us remember our sins and pull us down.’ She mentioned that through the crusade, Dimapur will be ‘revived, renewed and will never be the same again.’
Menuosielie Üsou, assistant pastor of Koinonia Baptist Church, was the chairperson and the messages through songs were presented by Tenyiphe CRC and Ruokuozenuo Meyase.
A short testimony was shared by Chipen Patton on how he overcame the temptations of addiction and accepted Christ as his personal saviour through attending dawn prayer and how the prayer of Rev. Zotuo enabled him to read the Bible during his 21 days programme.
In the evening service, H Rokopra Mekro, pastor of Koinonia Prayer Centre, was the chairperson, while the messages through songs were presented by Koinonia Baptist Church Choir, Tolito Shohe (15th IR NAP Mahilla Band) and Kohima Bible College. Testimony was shared by Baby Rai, a Hindu convert.
Rev. Zotuo Kiewhuo was the speaker.
According to the report, more than 163 people were counseled during the crusade with various needs for deliverance, healing and blessings by 468 volunteers, counselors and other officials during the six-day crusade.
It added that around 605 prayer warriors from 129 prayer centres, prayer homes, fellowship and churches interceded for the crusade in the Shekinah tent.