Pakistan | KarachiEvent date: 2013-10-04 — 2013-10-06
A record number of people have gathered on the territory of the YMCA grounds occupying an area of three football fields. People were sitting on chairs, mats, and curbs, they were standing all over the place, so that there were no empty space between the stage and the farthest end of the Festival grounds.
A conference for pastors and leaders gathered about 1,800 ministers from different churches and cities of Pakistan. The hall was full: people occupied the seats, and many were standing in the aisles. Pastor Henry noted that in most countries there is a lack of education for leaders. So, most of the leaders are moving on intuition. In Pakistan pastors will be well educated soon, and conferences are very useful for this purpose. For example, a conference in Bangkok with pastor Benny Hinn and bishop Dag Heward-Mills was very efficient and useful.
On the second day the number of people at the Festival increased significantly up to about 15,000. People were witnessing God's miracles made on the first day. They not only invited their relatives, friends, and neighbors but their expectation, joy and faith has increased significantly on the second day.
The long-awaited Jesus Festival in Karachi has come! This is a true spiritual celebration that brought Christians and Muslims together, rich and poor, people of high society and of working classes. People came each with their needs and problems, waiting for a miracle from God.
The Christ for All Cities ministries and its president pastor Henry Madava have been repeatedly holding Jesus Festivals and conferences in Karachi (Pakistan) since 2003. After a five-year pause, another evangelistic event has been planned in the largest city of Pakistan. This will be the most massive evangelistic campaign, which has eagerly been expected by many believers in Pakistan and mission partners worldwide.