The Power of Proximity Series: Pastor Daouda Zongo discusses the roles of prayer, healing and deliverance in evangelism to communities in metro NYC. He highlights ministry to French-speaking West African immigrants and recommends two initial steps for a church to begin an outreach ministry.
What You’ll Learn:
- About the role of healing and deliverance in evangelism
- About the role of prayer in Jesus’ Name
- The two, initial steps to begin evangelism outreach in church
About the Guest:
Pastor Daouda serves as the Senior Pastor of Centre Chretien Eau Vive (Living Water Christian Center), a church that is affiliated with Bethel Gospel Assembly in Harlem, NYC.
This year, the church will celebrate its 13 anniversary. It is a French-speaking congregation primarily composed of African immigrants. The church sits in the heart of “Little Senegal” and is very active evangelizing throughout the NYC metro area.
Pastor Daouda has been walking with the Lord for over 25 years. He is originally from Burkina Faso and was raised in a Muslim home.
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Timestamped Show Notes:
02:34 – Growing Up in a Muslim Family
04:37 – Following Jesus, Personal Testimony
05:32 – Vision of Christ
06:25 – How Do the Evangelism Teams Work?
07:38 – Reaching out to West Africans and All People
08:36 – Ministering in French
09:59 – Openness in NYC versus in Africa
10:39 – Senegal, Cote Ivoire, Togo, Benin, Niger and Mali
13:05 – Encouraging Brothers and Sisters from West Africa to Get Involved in Evangelism
13:22 – Praying in the Name of Jesus as a Bridge
15:31 – Role of Healing and Deliverance in Evangelism
16:38 – Main Goal of Evangelism
17:53 – Focusing on God or Focusing on God’s Blessing
20:09 – Evangelism as a Lifestyle
21:54 – Cultivating the Mind to Reachout with the Gospel as Commanded
23:26 – Two Steps to Start an Evangelism Outreach at Your Church
24:52 – Connecting with the Church
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