Light All Nations Founder shares great news

Founder of Light All Nations, Peter Emadi, is in Samoa to share the great news.

The group is hosting the first “Fresh Fire Conference”, which began at the Assemblies of God, Fogasavai’i in Savai’i yesterday. 

He arrived from New Zealand on Thursday, where he had established Light All Nations six years ago. 

Mr. Emadi’s vision is to share the presence of God in his life to the world. 

The church has expanded since its establishment in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Ashburton, Melbourne and Brisbane Australia. The work continued to the Pacific, which included Fiji, Tonga and Samoa.

Fresh Fire Conference brings people together to worship, demonstrate healing, miracles and signs and wonders. 

Mr. Emadi said the main purpose of the conference “is to bring people to their God given destiny despite their past and the state of how they are rejected by the community and having said that they amount to nothing. In fact, their encounter with God on the night of the conference will restore them and be used for God’s glory.”

What makes this conference so different from the others is the primary focus on adding value to the lives of Samoans, liberating them from the burdens in their own lives, he added.

“This call is for anyone and for all those who are heavy laden and suffering incurable diseases, tormented with suicidal attacks, having marital problems and longing for financial breakthrough. You are all invited to attend this conference for your deliverance,” he added. 

The conference moves to Upolu today and ends tomorrow at the Government Prayer House at Palisi.

For more information, contact Pastor Tito Malu on 7248347 or the “Light of All Nations Samoa” Facebook page to watch and engage live videos. 

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