Testimonies of miracles, signs and wonders flowed like water at the second edition of the bi-annual MEGACONVENTION of Church of God Mission International (CGMi) held at Balm Of Gilead City (BGC), Edo State, Nigeria from August 6 to 11, 2019.
During the testimonies session on Friday, August 9, testimonies of miracle babies, healing and open doors dominated the session.
A couple had never had a baby after 24 years of wedding. They were prayed for at the MEGACON 2017. The couple attended MEGACON 2019 with a set of twin babies. Another couple that had such delay for 12 years was prayed for in 2017 and attended this programme with their baby.
By the prophetic ministration of the Presiding Archbishop of CGMi Worldwide, Archbishop Magaret Idahosa, a blind teenager in the crowd with an urge to commit suicide was rescued and received a promise of both spiritual and medical attention. This was a boy that could recite the book of Hebrews chapters 1 to 8 despite his condition.
A young man who had surrendered his life to Christ during the MEGACON 2017 had grown into a star gospel artiste. He ministered in songs at the convention.
There were also testimonies of miracle political appointments, deliverance and multiple healing testimonies.
A total of eight Bishops (Three from CGMi) were consecrated at the convention while Pastors, Elders, Deacons and Deaconess, totaling over 3,900 were ordained.
The programme featured a Talent Hunt Show organized by AboveOnlyCreative. One million naira prize money was won after a stiff contest. Popular artiste, Harry Song offered to do a collaboration song with the first runner up and to sponsor him. The first and second runners up received N100,000 cash each.
Economy of the entire Benin City and the environs was positively affected by the convention as thousands of CGMi members from across the world, including the United States of America, South Africa, Ghana, Malaysia and United Kingdom participated in the programme.
A new Prayer Tower at BGC was commissioned by His Excellency, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State, along with a 10,000 litre capacity Water Tower.