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Evangelist couple return to Auckland

Venkat Raman – 

venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz

Faith and prayer, accompanied by compassion and unity will bring relief to humankind, relieving in the process miseries and diseases of individuals, are among the beliefs of true Christians.

The Power of Prayer has transcended manmade divisions of language, customs, beliefs, religions and races and for almost 100 years, people have come together (although within their religious groups) to pray for the good of all.

In recent years, ‘Prayer Towers’ have become popular.

Prayer Towers

More than 100 ‘Prayer Towers’ of ‘Jesus Calls’ have been established in many parts of the world, allowing people to congregate and pray. In Auckland, New Zealand’s first Prayer Tower commenced functioning on November 17, 2012 with the benevolence of businessman Charles Pandey and his family.

Located at 1/80 Carr Road (Mt Roskill), the Prayer Tower is open from 9 am to 6 pm (Monday to Friday) for all people and Healing and Blessing meetings are held on Tuesdays from 7 pm.

‘Jesus Calls,’ is a pious engagement of Evangelist couple Dr Paul Dhinakaran and Evangeline for more than two decades. It is also the name of their weekly prayer programme on ‘Raj Television’ (Tamil) and other channels.

Prophetic Conference

Evangelist couple returnThey will be in Auckland with their children to conduct a three-day Prophetic Prayer Conference, from September 8 to September 10, 2016.

Pastor Jason Prasad of ‘Jesus Calls’ based in Auckland said that the Conference would be the first of its kind to be conducted by the Dhinakaran couple.

Delegates to the Conference learn how to (a) hear the voice of God (b) be filled with the overflowing power of the Holy Spirit (c) receive the Prophetic anointing (d) experience the presence of God in a new way (e) learn about the Nine Gifts of the Holy Spirit and how to use them daily. The Conference is being organised for the benefit of all communities in New Zealand,” he said.

Further information can be obtained from Pastor Jason Prasad on (09) 6207160 or 027-4772937. For online registration, please visit www.jesuscallsnz.com

About Jesus Calls Ministry

Jesus Calls is a Ministry dedicated to Praying for the World, the sick and broken-hearted, irrespective of ethnicity or religion, from over hundred prayer towers throughout the world.

Inspired by the Holy Spirit, the Ministry was founded in Chennai, India more than 50 years ago by the late Dr D G S Dhinakaran and his son Dr Paul Dhinakaran (Co-founder). The mission of Jesus Calls is ‘to share the love and compassion of Jesus Christ and prepare the world for His second coming,’ with the vision that ‘not one soul to be lost.’

Pastor Jason Prasad and his wife Sunita, manage Auckland Prayer Tower, conducting and leading prayer meetings and answering calls to prayer.

“The Bible says that it was God’s love for us that took Jesus to the Cross and it is just because of His grace that we have been saved. What a privilege to know the Living God and serve Him indeed!” he said at the first anniversary of the Prayer Tower held on November 26, 2013 (Indian Newslink, December 1, 2013).

God’s Children

Since its inauguration hundreds of people have been blessed through the prayers offered on site for people who came in, for those who called out our toll-free number and those who sent their written requests or attended the Healing and Blessing services. The numerous testimonies speak of God’s goodness to His people and the promise that He will never leave nor forsake His children,” he said.

The anniversary witnessed an impressive congregation of people offering prayers, songs in praise of Lord Jesus in genuine expression of genuine faith.

Indian Newslink will publish more in its ensuing issues.

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