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Religion of Friday, 17 May 2013

Source: Peace FM

Women hunt for husbands at MOGPA event

Thousands of Women, mostly from the Christian community, last Saturday thronged the Golden Jubilee Park in Kumasi in search of Mr Right. The few men present were also desperately looking for lifelong female partners.

The occasion was the second Singles Summit organised by Moment of Glory Prayer Army (MOGPA), a Christian prayer network, which goes by the motto 'Ablaze, response for God'.

It seems Rev. OB is Ghana’s answer to London-based Nigerian Pastor Chris Ojibani, who organised the first-ever singles seminar in February 2010 at the Accra Sports Stadium, and followed it up with another two-day Singles Seminar in November 2010, at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium. The Nigerian pastor has been organising such meetings for singles ever since.

Then entered MOGPA last year, under the direction of founder, Rev. Isaac Osei-Bonsu, popularly known as Rev. OB, a graduate of the Covenant Messengers Ministries Bible School.

MOGPA is prayer network which meets on KESSBEN FM every morning at 02:30 a.m. for intercessory prayers which cuts across all spheres of Christian life.

MOGPA is growing by leaps and bounds, as hundreds of thousands of people in the Brong Ahafo and Greater Accra regions are yearning to join the millennium prayer network, which seeks to empower Christians to have breakthroughs in marriage and life, through the power of prayers during prayer meetings.

At the last Singles Meeting, the spouse-seekers were taken through red hot prayers, as most of the participants were delivered in the deliverance session of the one-day meeting.

Rev. OB blessed various items, including olive oil, biscuits, white handkerchiefs, non-alcoholic wine and water for use by the participants, most of whom shared mind-boggling testimonies.

The selfless man of God advised the singles to desist from immoral lifestyles, which were contrary to Christian doctrines, and lead exemplary lives and lifestyles that were in line with Christian doctrines.

The group organised the last monthly prayer meeting on April 20, 2013 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, during which there were a lot of testimonies of what God did during the previous meetings and Rev. OB’s radio programmes.

There were testimonies of various healings, including epilepsy, stroke, blindness, deafness. Barren women testified of giving birth to babies.

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