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31-Dec-2014  
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The Accra International Conference Centre is expected to be turned into one big Prayer Sanctuary on Friday, January 2, 2015 when parents, guardians and people from all walks of life gather for the second edition of Prayer for Children.

The program which was introduced last year by Fiifi Banson’s F&B Consult has caught on so well with Ghanaian parents who are eagerly looking forward to Friday’s event to seek the face of God for their children as we usher in the New Year.

The 2015 edition of Prayer for Children is expected to be graced by several respected Men of God as well as a tall line up of renowned gospel musicians who will lead the gathering to cry unto the Almighty to intercede on behalf of their children. .

According to Fiifi Banson , children had often been ignored in the quest to forge a relationship with their parents, hence Prayer for Children was introduced as a new way of rekindling the spiritual relationship and bond that is needed in various homes and in the community.

Some parents who attended the maiden edition have so far shared testimonies about how their wayward children had been delivered from satanic entanglements after interceding on their behalf. Some children had also been detached from generational curses in the families, through the Prayer for Children program.

The 2015 Prayer for children is sponsored by MDS Lancet, Global Access, Tobinco Pharmaceutical, Royal Bank, Regimanuel and Rochete. Remember Prayer For Children as an absolutely free even. No gate fee.
 
 
 
 
 

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