Pastor: Expect great miracles at Benny Hinn crusade

Great miracles are expected to happen at Pastor Benny Hinn‘s crusade at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on Friday and Saturday.

The assurance was given by Lubaga Miracle Cathedral’s Pastor Robert Kayanja at a press conference at Light House Television yesterday.

Benny Hinn, a renowned international evangelist, is holding his first ever ‘Holy Spirit Miracle Crusade’ in Uganda. He is the senior pastor of World Healing Church International, Irving Texas in USA.

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Entrance is free at the crusade that begins at 5:00pm on Friday and 4:00pm on Saturday. Gates open at noon on both days.

Benny Hinn

Evangelist Benny Hinn is controversial for his frequently aberrant – and at times heretical – theology, his unorthodox practices, and his false claims. Nevertheless, large numbers of people who indentify themselves as Christians follow – and, often, appear to worship – this preacher.

The First Lady, Mrs. Janet Museveni, is expected to attend.

A choir of 5,000 drawn from various churches will minister at the crusade, Kayanja said.

Giant screens will also be placed outside the stadium.

Kampala Extra acting regional traffic chief Lawrence Niwabiine said the Uganda Taxi Operators and Drivers’ Association had agreed to avail 100 taxis at the Constitutional Square and both taxi parks to transport people to Namboole.

Kayanja said besides economic gain people would be changed spiritually and that Uganda would be in the lime light during and long after Benny Hinn’s visit.

“Pr. Benny Hinn emphasises through his teachings of the Holy Bible, the Cross of Calvary on which Jesus died for our salvation and the healing of our diseases,” said former ethics and integrity minister Tim Lwanga on behalf of the crusade’s organising committee.

He said another entrance had been reserved for the sick and disabled at the southern gate of the stadium.

Niwabiine discouraged people going to Namboole from carrying a lot of money and other valuables that could tempt pick pockets.

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Joyce Namutebi and Flavia Nakagwa, New Vision, May 16, 2007, http://www.newvision.co.ug

Religion News Blog posted this on Thursday May 17, 2007.
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