Ecumenical Bodies in Ghana Organize 3 Day National fasting and Prayer Programme

On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, all Ghanaians came together to fast, pray and seek God’s intervention as the country and the world battled the outbreak of the novel COVID-19 which has infected and continues to affect hundreds of thousands of people and claimed many lives across the globe.

Since then, the country has seen an increase in the rate of recoveries and also had the restrictions on movements in some parts of the country lifted. As little as these successes may seem, it is evidence of the Lord’s intervention in Ghana.

In view of this, the ecumenical bodies in Ghana are organising a 3-Day National Fasting And Prayer programme under the theme: “OH GOD, HEAL OUR LAND” (2 Chronicles 7:13-14) from Friday, April 24 to Sunday, April 26, 2020, to intercede for the nation Ghana, in particular, and all nations across the globe.

The programme which is also expected to be aired on several media channels will bring all Christians in Ghana together to intercede for the nation Ghana and all nations globally for God to intervene for an end to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Source: CCG


April 22, 2020



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