O.B Stephen, The Christian Journal Reporter,
\Worcester, Massachusetts – The Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries International chose its church branch in Worcester to host this year’s North America Mizpah Convention.
Mizpah convention, which is an annual event on the church’s calendar started on March 28th and successfully came to an end on March 30th, 2014. This special gathering of believers took place at the Best Western Hotel in Marlborough in the State of Massachusetts.
This highly anticipated Christian gathering was hosted by Rev. S.K. Asamoah who is the overseer of the Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries International in North American. The guest speaker for the occasion was Rev. Dr. Yaw Owusu Ansah of Adom fm in Ghana.
Participants started arriving from different States and gathered at the Best Western Hotel in Marlborough, Massachusetts during the hours of six o’clock in the evening. The atmosphere was spiritually charged and filled with the presence of God as the convention started a few minutes past the hour of eight o’clock in the evening. The host Pastor introduced Rev. Dr. Owusu Ansah, the guest preacher to the convention after the worship and open prayers. He preached to the congregation and afterwards led them in prayers.
Speaking on the second day of the convention, the guest speaker talked about spiritual freedom from demonic manipulation and orchestration. He led the congregation to pray against the activities of the forces of darkness in the life of believers. Many people testified to receiving their deliverance and total freedom in Christ Jesus. The afternoon was more like a time alone with God for the believers who were gathered for the convention. Some people used the opportunity to pray with their families, others had a Bible discussion and others also waited on God in the quietness of their rooms. The congregation conveyed again at seven in the evening and had a powerful service in the presence of God which lasted till the later part of the evening.
On Sunday March 30th, which was the final day of the convention, many people came to church with a handkerchief to wave it as a sign of thanksgiving and appreciation to God for the spiritual blessings He has bestowed on them. The convention was blessed with the singing ministry of Sister Joan, Abigail, Anita and the choir from Worcester.
These convention have had a great impact will be a highly significant and unforgettable experience for those who attended.