“I feel humbled coming back to Sierra Leone,” stated acclaimed man of God, Bishop Dr Abraham Chigbundu who arrived yesterday form Nigeria for a five-day ‘Turning Point Crusade.’
Speaking to Awoko at the UT Air helipad at Aberdeen, the bishop explained that praises should be given to God. “I’m just a servant of God. I give God all the glory,” he maintained.
The bishop, who has been coming to Sierra Leone before the inception of the ‘Turning Point’ crusade, said in this crusade “God is definitely going to make impact in peoples’ lives.”
He maintained further that turning point over the years had made impact on the lives of so many Sierra Leone and would definitely make more this time round.
Prior to the interview some members of Flaming Bible Church welcomed the Bishop with heartfelt welcoming religious songs, which was followed by a bouquet presentation.
The theme of this year’s crusade which would occasioned at the National Stadium main bowl from the 7th to the 11th is Miracle and deliverance.