India | HyderabadEvent date: 2011-05-12 — 2011-05-15
Sunday, May 15, 2011. Final day of Jesus Festival in Hyderabad, India. This morning Pastor Henry Madava and Christ for all Cities mission team preached in six local churches. Pastor Henry and other speakers prepared a special message for each church. Pastor Henry’s message was on how Christian can be a tool in God’s hands; about invariability of God’s calling and about principles of following Jesus.
Sarurday, May 14, 2011. This morning has become a real celebration for more than three hundred Indian children. "Planet D" that is children`s minisry of Victory church has prepared cheerful and cognitive program with contests, games, sketchs and tricks. It was very noisy and joyful time. Children actively participated in the program. Children understand the language of the game the best of all, that`s why Good News about Jesus Christ was delivered to them this way today.
Friday, May 13. Today there was the second seminar of the conference for pastors on which pastor Henry Madava taught Indian pastors and leaders about the development strategy of the church. By the example of the prophet Elisha and the Syrian captain Naaman (2 Kings 5:1-14), it was shown that all the strategies needed for successful ministry and dynamic development of the church are contained in the Bible. The only thing is to see them and apply properly. On the basis of the same scriptures pastor Henry taught about the necessity of giving opportunities to everyone in the church, so that they might release their gifts and use them in the ministry.
Thursday, May 12. On this day there was the first seminar of the conference for pastors that was held by Henry Madava, the president of the international mission Christ for All Cities and the senior pastor of the Victory Church in Kiev. This seminar was attended by over 300 people, who welcomed pastor Henry very warmly.
India. It is another country, another area being won to the Lord according to the vision of the international mission Christ for All Cities, whose president Henry Madava is the senior pastor of the Victory Church in Kiev.