During an outdoor crusade that was held in Somotillo, Nicaragua last week, thousands of new converts were recorded despite the attack by witches during the gospel campaign.
In a report by God TV, the event, which was hosted by Shake the Nations Ministries in partnership with Mountain Gateway local missions ministry, was the first of a “Buenas Nuevas Nicaragua” gospel campaign in 17 regions across Central America to hold a massive gospel program in each of the locations. It is recorded to be the largest gospel event in the history of the ministry.
“The inaugural campaign of Buenas Nuevas Nicaragua was beyond words – the Holy Spirit moved in a mighty way!” The founder of Shake the Nations, Nathan Morris, had posted on his Facebook page. “Witches had attempted to place sacrifices and curses around the field to stop the people from coming and hearing the gospel, but the Lion of Judah roared, and the devil was defeated tonight! Signs, wonders, miracles, and thousands of salvations displayed the authority of Jesus Christ! Every knee shall bow! Somotillo for Jesus!”
The evangelist further said that Nicaragua was “ripe” for a gospel harvest. Nathan Morris is set to have four gospel events in the next two months. His event schedule are: Chinandega (March 17-18), Leon (March 31-April 1), Esteli (April 14-15) and Ocotal (April 28-29).
“The Holy Spirit is already moving in a mighty way on the ground of Nicaragua,” Morris said.
The Nicaraguan campaign, Morris noted, has seen “thousands of churches” and “thousands of pastors and leaders” coming together “from all denominations, in one spirit, with one accord, that the gospel of Jesus Christ would be preached in the nation of Nicaragua.”
“We believe that this is the mandate from heaven,” he shared. “… We believe already the Holy Spirit is preparing the hearts and the people of Nicaragua.”
Another Evangelist of Shake the Nations Ministries also said that “souls are being added to the kingdom” in Nicaragua.”
The gospel event was seen as a success by many Christians in Nicaragua, who hope that it will inspire others to seek out the message of the Gospel and find hope and healing in their lives.