Don Moen was today ministered in song at the ongoing Deeper Christian Life Ministries global crusade in Enugu. The American gospel singer sang some of his popular songs at the crusade.
According to reports, the multi award winning gospel singer was not live at the crusade venue when he ministered in songs. It was reported that Don Moen was in Washington DC where he ministered live and the song was transmitted through satellite.
Speaking after he was introduced as a guest music Minister, Don Moen said he was happy to be among those who would sing at the crusade.
The respected Clergyman preached on the topic; "Supernatural cure and blessing through Divine touch."
The Deeper Life Bible Church founder told his congregation to come to God so that they will experience the supernatural cure and blessings as well as receive forgiveness from their Creator.
This is the first time Deeper Christian Life Ministries would be inviting a musical artiste to perform at their programme.
The crusade is tagged: "Divine Touch For Total Freedom."
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