Perez Chapel International (PCI) led by Bishop Charles Agyinasare is hosting a one-day encounter with Dr Morris Cerullo (USA) on Tuesday, 8 August 2017 at the Perez Dome, Dzorwulu Junction.
Other men of God to feature at the encounter include Bishop Mike Zino (USA) and Dr Gary Whetstone (USA).
There will be two sessions: morning – 8am – 12pm and evening – 5:30pm – 9pm.
Dr Cerullo is a world-renowned evangelist and the president of Morris Cerullo World Evangelism, which was founded in 1961.
The 85-year-old Christian statesman has been traveling to developing nations of the world for over seven decades. He has ministered in 93 nations, in over 400 cities, on 7 continents, where he has personally trained 5 million Christian leaders and ministered to millions more. He has dedicated his life to helping hurting people and currently travels more than 250,000 miles every year to minister healing and salvation to the world.
Dr Cerullo and his wife, Theresa, have been married for 65 years, and are affectionately referred to as “Papa” and “Mama” by the multitudes that have been affected by their love and generosity.
Dr Cerullo’s host, Bishop Agyinasare, was impacted by his (Dr Cerullo) ministry, during the Ghanaian preacher’s younger days.
This is how Bishop Agyinasare recollected that impact in March this year when he preached at the Perez Dome to mark the church’s 30th anniversary:
“This church is not just one of those churches; this church was started out of a divine commission,” Bishop Agyinasare stressed, recalling: “I came into full-time pastoral ministry in 1983. That year was a year of desperation and frustration for me. I wanted to see God use me like it happened in the Acts of the Apostles, and, so, I would pray night after night believing God for a divine visitation. Then the Morris Cerullo School of Ministry came to town, Dr Cerullo did not come himself, he came on a video cassette.
Dr Alex Ness who came on the last day of the School of Ministry anointed us with oil. When I went to my seat to kneel down, while I was kneeling I heard the sound of what seemed like thunder and lightning and I heard an audible voice say to me: ‘My boy Charles, I send you out as I sent Moses, go and I will put my words on your lips and take the world for me.’
After this, when we closed the conference, I sought for a place to fast and pray. On the third day of the fast, I had a continuation of the message: ‘My boy Charles, I give unto you power over demons and principalities, heal the sick, raise the dead, reach the kingdom.’ I said: ‘God, if it’s you, say it one more time.’ It came a second time. I said: ‘God, if it’s you, give me scripture for it.’ Then He gave me Luke Chapter 9: 1&2. It says: ‘Then He called his 12 disciples together and gave them power and authority over all devils and to cure diseases, and He sent them to preach the kingdom of God and to heal the sick.’
So this church is not just a church, it’s a church that has been sent, we are on an assignment, it’s a divine assignment, it’s a divine commission that God sent us to accomplish. And, so, I started going round and ministering here a little, there a little, doing crusades but finally in 1987, God sent me to Tamale to start this church that you see, within these 30 years, God took us from a classroom at Zogbeli in Tamale to almost 400 local churches now, in 16 nations of the world. We have 62 churches in the city of Accra.”