John 1 4-5 NIV: In him was life, and that life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not understood it. Hallelujah!!!
The light of Change Conference is one of the major annual events at Jesus Connections where people do have a great encounter with God. Captives are being set free, the sick are being healed and people of God are being blessed beyond measure as well as souls being saved. Jesus Connections is part of the great commission of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG). RCCG is a worldwide church that was established in 1952. Jesus Connections was established in Gothenburg in May 2001 with about four families. At present, the church is involved in church planting commission of the RCCG and other charity and outreach projects in Gothenburg community. The emphasis of the word at Jesus connection is that there is a better way to live and expectations do become manifestations.
Tutu Olutayo is the Senior Pastor of Jesus Connections. Pastor Tutu is a man of dynamic faith with a gift of teaching combined with inspiration that brings the best out of people. He is also a man of great humour and impact who is making a great difference in Gothenburg and the surrounding communities. Pastor Tutu within his short period of ministry in Sweden has touched and imparted many lives in hundreds. He preaches the word of God in a very practical way and believes that nothing is impossible with God. He is currently involved in the church planting project of RCCG Worldwide and had been opportuned to preach the gospel in UK, Scandinavia and Nigeria.
The theme of this year’s conference is the Glory of the Lord.At the same time,we are always blessed to have the anointed servant of God, Pastor P. K. Olawale in our midst as the guest speaker.
Pastor Olakunle Olalekan Paul Olawale, fondly called P.K, accepted the Lord Jesus into his heart as his personal Lord and Saviour on the 12th of August 1985. He received a call into ministry as a teenager in a vision and encounter he had with the Lord in 1986. The Lord allowed him to be lifted above the earth so as to have a single view of the earth. In the vision, he saw a lot of darkness over the earth and the inhabitants were screaming for help as they couldn’t see ahead due to the darkness. In this vision, the Lord told him He wanted to send him around this dark earth with the power of His word to lighten the darkness of the people and establish them in the light. The Lord assured him He would be with him and work with Him in the demonstration of His power and Spirit. This was the first of a series of divine visitations and visions that gave details and clarity to God’s call, purpose and destiny for his life.
P.K is a Senior Pastor with the Redeemed Christian Church of God, under the covering of his General Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adeboye. RCCG is the largest and fastest growing Evangelical/Pentecostal Church in the world with over 5000 churches spread world over. He joined the ministering team of the Church in December 1992. He has been a pastor in about 9 churches of this mission, 6 of which he pioneered. He has widely travelled in the work of the ministry and well sort after for conferences, outreaches and revival meetings.
Some of the nations he has ministered in so far are: Various States in USA, Kenya, The Seychelles, Great Britain, Republic of Benin, Gambia, France, Sweden, Qatar, Denmark, Norway, The Carribeans, Italy, Belgium, Republic of Ireland, Switzerland etc. This is in addition to almost all the states in Nigeria.
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Jesus is Lord!
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