ACCRA: 'AGLOW Ghana' Defies Rain, Holds First Intercessory Prayer After Lockdown (+ Pictures)
Updated: Aug 21, 2020
The Leadership of AGLOW Ghana, an interdenominational organization of Christian women and men on August 15, 2020 defied the rain in the nation's capital and held its first intercessory prayers after President Akufo-Addo eased some covid-19 lockdown and restrictions in the country.
According to the leadership, the rain were signs of God not only cleansing his children of their sins but to restore us from the dryness
The women committed the upcoming general elections which is slated for December 7 into the hands of God, calling for peace before, during and after the exercise.
They also committed Ghana and other countries into the hands of the Lord, cry and pleading for the Lord's divine intervention as the world fights against the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The 2 hours intercessory prayers brought together women pastors, market women, motivational speakers, CEO, mothers likewise few men.
Aglow Ghana is an interdenominational organization of Christian women and men.
Formerly known as Women's Aglow Fellowship, it has more than 200,000 members meeting together each month through local Aglow groups in 171 nations.
More than 21,000 Aglow leaders worldwide minister in their communities.
ThinkNews Online can confirm that about 3000 persons partook in last Saturday's event.
Watch pictures below:
Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith