Kenoly, Ashimolowo minister at Jesus House
Visitors and members of Jesus House Chicago (JHC) danced, rocked and worship God Friday night when Ron Kenoly, internationally acclaimed praise and worship leader, took charge at the branch of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) sanctuary to celebrate the church’s seventh year anniversary.
Like Oliver Twist, the worshippers also asked for more songs and entertainment. “I’m a man under authority. I’m done for tonight,” Kenoly who is leaving for Nigeria on Thursday told the worshippers. For over two hours the sanctuary was agog as Kenoly ministered and entertained the crowd with his signature tunes like Your Kingdom Shall Rain All Over The world; I see The Lord; There is none like You etc.
“Preparing A People (PAP) is the theme of the month-long conference. Kenoly urged the worshippers to start a new life in the spirit of community and unity and prayed to God to cancel all dirty things they’ve done in the past.
“I’m excited with what God is doing in Chicago. I may move back here. This is going to be your new birthdays,” he said and urged those who gave their lives to Christ to read the bible. “God has prepared a technical adviser for you in Pastor Bayo Adewole. You’ve got to be connected with him” he said.
The crowd responded and prayed for the world acclaimed singer and wished him and his family good health and journey mercy to Africa.
Kenoly who runs an Academy of Praise and Worship in Orlando, Florida invited JHC’s choir for a 30 hours anointing and counseling session in praise and worship in Florida.
Earlier in the week, Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo of Kingsway International Christian Center had ministered on prosperity and success in marriage and every human endeavors.
Kingsway International Christian Center has over 8.5 million pound sterling ($13 million) in its savings account and over 60 percent of the church members are homeowners.
“You just have to succeed and your passion is your future,” he said and advised the Christians to separate their lives from failure by embracing the principles of success.
“God is a respecter of principles,’ he said.
The seventh year anniversary continues on Sunday with Rev. George Adegboye. Other ministers scheduled to minister include Apostle Daniel Wilson and Rob Thompson of Family Harvest Church in Tinley Park.