We thank God for the successful and impactful 40 Days Evangelism campaign which has yielded overwhelming results. We have reached over 100,000 people with the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and over 6,000 gave their lives to Jesus Christ. We mobilized CITAM congregants in all our assemblies who went out to schools, prisons and the neighbourhood. We also used the opportunity of having Covid vaccination drives in our assemblies to evangelise.
“With street evangelism dubbed, “Injili Mtaani” ( Gospel on the streets) we combed our neighborhoods,” Rev. Makau who is heading evangelism in CITAM, said. “Our assemblies were on fire, every weekend going out.”
What came out clearly out of the campaign was that the harvest was plenty and what we need are harvesters. Individuals need just to be available and God will use them in the harvest field.
What next after the 40 Days Campaign?
We are encouraging our assemblies to adopt focus areas because during this time assemblies have identified their niche. Assemblies need to put more emphasis on what works best in their catchment areas.
With the launch of CITAM School of Evangelism, from October we will begin to train CITAM members who a burden for evangelism and equip them with useful skills of evangelism.
Evangelism department will work closely with Christian Education and Discipleship ( CED) to ensure those who got saved and are getting saved that they are well discipled to become true disciples of Jesus Christ.
The problem is not with the harvest but with the harvesters. Let us all plug in and evangelise. As the Father has sent me, I am sending you. John 20:21