By Peter Uzoho
The Founder and General Overseer of the Revival Assembly, Apostle Anselem Madubuko, has said that Nigeria needed revival to experience supernatural breakthrough.
He said crimes reign supreme despite many churches because there was no revival, adding that any country that experienced revival would experience supernatural breakthrough financially, economically and materially.
Madubuko who disclosed this while briefing journalists on the upcoming 14th Annual Azusa Fire Conference of the church slated to begin Monday 25th to Sunday 31st July, 2016, at the Revival Cathedral, 1-7 Revival Close, off Cocoa Road, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos, said the conference would “feature time-tested men and women of God from across the world who will use their spiritual anointing to impact Nigerians and the entire world.
“We’ve not seen revival really in this country. Revival is not just a church affair. Revival affects the nation and her people. You know people always say there are many churches in Nigeria yet too much crime. The reason is because there are many churches here but there is no revival; revival affects the nation, from the government to the traders, down to the farmers.
Any country that experiences revival experiences supernatural breakthrough financially, economically and materially.
“Azusa 14 is the fourteenth edition of a conference that has touched, changed and transformed thousands of lives around the world in 14 years. This year will be even more impactful. Ministers that have been specially selected by the leading of the Holy Spirit will be speaking at the conference. Bishop Fred Addo, Rev. Sam Tukura, Rev. Dr. Tonye Daniels, Bishop Bola Odeleke and the hosts, Apostle Anselem and Pastor Mrs Emmy Madubuko will be sharing the mind of God in this season,” he added.
He said the Azusa Conference has become a soul winning and life changing annual gathering, saying that there is no better time to experience true revival in the land than now.
The Apostle noted that thousands of lives have been lifted, hope restored and future redefined in the yearly event, adding that this year’s Azusa conference promises to be an opportunity