Ghana will host America’s finest and tongues-speaking preacher, Bishop Dr Courtney Bradley at the maiden ‘Power to Finish Well’ Conference slated for Friday, 4 November 2018.

The highly-anticipated event, which will host many other giants and prominent people, is expected to be hosted by Bishop-Elect, Dr Bernard Taylor, president and founder of Destiny Empowerment Chapel International, christened Destiny House.

Throwing more light on the Conference which is scheduled to start from Sunday, 6 pm each night, Prophet Taylor said the event would serve as a gathering point for all people to “come and access their destiny and build a union of intimacy to finish well”.

The ‘Power to Finish Well’ Conference is the second on the radar after the church’s biggest and most successful Prophetic Activation Conference.

According to the prophet, “There shall be an epic tongues-talking atmosphere, a generous warmth of friendship and a sweet attraction of a major generational impact from the strength of God through His man-servant, Bishop Bradley from USA”.

The six-day event would be held at the church’s headquarters on the Spintex-Baastona road, at 18 junction, and will feature Alpha Jerry, Akesse Brempong, Jeshurun Okyere, Pastor Isaiah Ofosu, S.P. Kofi Sarpong and the Tagoe Sisters.

It is open to all Ghanaians to enable them receive a deposit of God’s power to finish well.

Prophet Bernard Taylor was recently conferred with a Doctor of Humanities honour at the Kingdom Theological Seminary, U.S.A., and ushered into the Episcopacy of bishops by Bishop-Prophet Antoine Jasmine, President of the Choice International Family Outreach, Louisiana.

“At this conference, we will light up the spirit of the people and empower them to stand and pursue greatness,” Prophet Taylor added.

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