Pastor E A Adeboye storms Alabama for the first time for Festival of Life.

HUNTSVILLE, AL – 10-08-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — The Festival of Life is a monthly conference hosted in one city of the world at a time. The conference has been hosted in several cities of different states, countries, and continents of the world. It spans across people of every race, color and religion from the shores of Africa to Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Australia, and Antartica. The conference started in Africa when Pastor E A Adeboye asked for a birthday gift of individual miracles for each member of his church from God.He was instructed to invite everyone to his church together for a special meeting called The Holy Ghost Service. The Holy Ghost Service was abrogated to be called Festival of Life in other parts of the world with the mission of a transformative vehicle to advance Christianity, impact lives and transform communities. The London Arena, Docklands hosted the first conference in the United Kingdom in 1996. This program is attended by millions of people from every part of the world and the State of Alabama will be witnessing the first of its kind in November 24th, 2018.

The conference is a multi-cultural 6-hour program that will welcome dignitaries from all walks of life. The Chairman of the RCCG in North America, Pastor James Fadel will welcome Pastor Adeboye and his wife to the city of Birmingham for the first time in history. Alabama residents, Dr. John Thweatt, the president of The Alabama Baptist State Convention, andDr. Thomas Beavers, the Pastor of New Rising Star Church will be welcoming Pastor Adeboye and his for the dynamic power packed event that may not be repeated in history again. Pastor Adeboye is referred to as the father of pastors and one of the world’s fifty most powerful people by Newsweek Magazine USA. He has received honorary citizenship and key to several states of America and a Certificate of Recognition from The Congress of the United States of America.

The Festival of Life in Birmingham, AL US will be hosted on October 24th, 2018 at The Boutwell Auditorium. 1930 9th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL. 35203. Admission and parking are free for this program and the service lineup includes. The conference starts at 7 pm to 11 pm with the doors opening at 6 pm prompt.

  • Pastor E.A. Adeboye – RCCG General Overseer.
  • Pastor Mrs. Folu Adeboye – Wife of the General Overseer.
  • Pastor James Fadel- Chairman RCCG North America.
  • Dr. John Thweatt – President of The Alabama Baptist State Convention.
  • Dr. Thomas Beavers – Pastor of New Rising Star Church, Birmingham, AL.
  • Pastor Kunle Ajayi -RCCG Music Director.
  • Kim Thweatt – Guest Psalmist.

In the forefront of missionary activity out of Africa, Pastor Adeboye has achieved, through various global Christian ministries and social organs, a great following for Christ Jesus. He sees the local church as one of the focal points of Christian discipleship, and thus plans to have an RCCG branch 5 minutes from every home in the world.

In furtherance of this goal, he oversees a network of over 40,000 parish-churches in 196 nations of the world. In the United States, there are over 600 several RCCG branches, the largest concentrations being in the states of Maryland, Texas, Illinois, California, and Washington D.C.

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