He’s shared the gospel with multitudes and seen tens of millions saved, but evangelist Reinhard Bonnke is clear on this:…

Reinhard Bonnke’s Thoughts on Onething (Pt. 2)

by Adam Wittenberg
12/18/15 Training and Events

He’s shared the gospel with multitudes and seen tens of millions saved, but evangelist Reinhard Bonnke is clear on this: nothing works without prayer!

Reinhard, who will speak at the International House of Prayer’s Onething conference, says the message is simple: “It’s pray and go, pray and go, pray and go, and pray and preach.”

“We pray for laborers, and then go as laborers,” he says, referencing Matthew 9. “And this call [is] for me and for you.”

“Jesus spoke about the harvest that is truly plentiful and the laborers are few,” he says. “In Matthew 9:38, He told the disciples to pray for laborers, but a few verses later, in chapter 10, Jesus told His disciples to go as laborers. They fulfilled their own prayers.”

The Lord is joining the prayer and missions movements together in this hour of history. Evangelists like Reinhard are partnering with prayer ministries and churches to see salvation spread across the globe. Missions organizations such as YWAM are opening prayer rooms, and the Church is praying and fasting for the great harvest of souls before Jesus returns.

Reinhard is coming to Onething to equip laborers for this work. Believers of all ages will be stirred to reach their communities with the message of the cross. In an environment of prayer, hearts will be set apart to reach this generation for Christ.

“My heart burns for the lost to be saved, because that is the center focus of Calvary,” he says.

Daniel Kolenda, CEO of Christ for All Nations, the organization Reinhard founded, will minister with him on New Year’s Eve. About 20,000 young adults attend the annual conference at the Kansas City Convention Center, December 28–31. Register now to hear Reinhard and Daniel, and be part of the convergence of missions and prayer!

“My heart is charged by the Holy Spirit,” Reinhard says. “I long to see you all, and I believe the Holy Spirit will fall, and we will be able to go equipped into the harvest fields of God.”

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Adam Wittenberg


    A Detroit native who was raised in Vermont and Connecticut, Adam worked as a newspaper journalist until 2012, when he moved to Kansas City to complete the Intro to IHOPKC internship. Afterwards, he earned a four-year certificate in House of Prayer Leadership from IHOPU and is now on full-time staff in the Marketing department at IHOPKC. He also serves in the NightWatch (overnight prayer hours) and is active in evangelism. He, and his wife Stephany, have a vision to reach people everywhere with the good news of Jesus Christ.

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