The General Overseer and Presiding Bishop of Awakeners Chapel International in Ghana, Bishop Peter Kayode Faralungbon has received a Professorial award from a South-Africa University. The city of Johannesburg in South Africa was agog with the presence of Church leaders from all parts of the world recently as The Global Prayer Summit, organized by South Africa Council of Independent Churches (SAUCIC) under the leadership of Archbishop Prof Patrick Modiri Shole. SAUCIC, a Government recognized Christian body in South Africa comprising of over 200 Churches as members, was held.
The five day conference was organised as a Thanksgiving/ Prayer Conference for South Africa, the entire Africa continent and its leaders. It was also an occasion for spiritual retreat for participants, as well as networking among religious leaders.
South Africa’s Deputy Minister in Charge of Tourism, Hon. Elizabeth Thabetha was among dignitaries who attended the conference.
Other dignitaries in attendance include Archbishop Owen Mac Gregory (Vice President, SAUCIC), Archbishop Prof. Emmanuel (Emmanuel University International), Dr Botha (Department of Theology, University of Free State, South Africa), Rev Dr. Nicku Mordi, aka Mama Africa (founder, I GO Africa for Jesus Prayer Movement based in America) Bishop Dr Boyd Jones (Founder, Global Justice Ministries New York), Bishop Flaston Ndabila from Tanzania, Apostle Mrs Ologun (Secretary General, SAUCIC), Bishop Dr. Joshua Simeon (President/Founder, CFM Worldwide), Bishop Joshua Nissi from Abuja Nigeria, Archbishop James Haruna from Nigeria, Bishop Emmanuel Gerald Moyana from Zimbabwe.
There were special prayer sessions for South Africa, and the Africa continent. Several ministers of God were elevated and consecrated to the office of Bishops and Apostles too at the event.
Bishop Prof. Peter Kayode Falarungbon, who is also the President of the Christian Philanthropist Forum International, was decorated and conferred with Professorial Award by Trinity International Bible University.
He also presented Christian Philanthropist Award to Archbishop Prof Patrick Modiri Shole and Bishop Dr Emmanuel Gerald Moyana. The awards were presented in recognition of their philanthropic gestures to the needy, orphans, widows and the less-privileged in the Society.