Destiny Empowerment Chapel To Celebrate 5 Years Anniversary With ‘TALITHA CUMI 2019’
Hundreds of congregants of the Destiny Empowerment Chapel Int., and partners in the United States of America will on February awaken an element of power and integrity for service to climax the church’s 5th anniversary celebration, christened “TALITHA CUMI” at the Destiny House, Spintex with prayers and thanksgiving service.
Destiny Empowerment, which boasts of hundreds of members who are spread all over the globe, has its core aim of empowering people through teach-preaching of God’s infallible word to excel in all facets of Life, under the leadership of the firebrand and refined Prophet, Dr. Bernard & Mrs Naomi Taylor, Founder and General Overseers.
The Talitha Cumi anniversary promises an atmosphere of an electrifying Speakers including fathers of Christianity in Ghana. Senior Bishop James Saah, Rev Dr. Robert Ampiah-Kwofi, Rev Steve Mensah, Rev Dr. Anthony Cudjoe, Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako, Bishop Samuel Osei Tutu, with indelible crowning from Bishop Courtney Bradley and Bishop Antoine Jasmine, both from the USA.
According to Prophet Taylor, “We have planned a series of exciting programmes and activities, with seasoned men and women of God, to highlight the significance of this anniversary and birthday celebration, and to draw inspiration from the lessons learned as we build, with grace, the legacy God has promised Destiny.”
The highlight of the activities anchored on the theme “Divine Grace” starts on Sunday, 10th to Sunday February 17th, Mornings 9am & Evenings 5pm.
Church Dedication, Musical Concert, Awards Night and Dinner, profound speaking and entrepreneurial engagement, orphanage donations, birthday celebration of the General Overseer and excursion for over 65 visiting Americans for the anniversary.
Prophet Bernard Taylor is in all humility calling on all Ghanaians to be part of this major landmark celebration of the church.
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