South Africa is at a critical time of transition which requires the Church to respond in prayer and action, says Intercessors for South Africa (Ifsa), ahead of its national prayer conference in East London from Thursday September 6 to Saturday September 8.
With an eye on the general election in April next year the aim of the conference will be “mobilising intercessors throughout the nation to envision, equip and strengthen them to carry the burden of prayer for the nation”, says Ifsa in an invitation to its annual summit.
Laban Jumba, an apostolic church leader from Uganda, founder of Intercessors for Uganda, and co-founder of the continental prayer movement Intercessors for Africa, will be the main speaker at the summit.
Jumba also spoke at the founding Ifsa conference in Bloemfontein in November 2016 when prayer movements from throughout South Africa formed Ifsa as a vehicle for united, national prayer initiatives.
He has been invited to speak at the conference again because of the effectiveness of Intercessors for Uganda in transforming cities and the nation as a whole. One of the highlights of the Ugandan prayer network has been dealing with insecurity in the land due to terrorism, etc, said Ifsa administrator Donovan Richter.
Jumba has ministered in every continent over the past 40 years. Currently he is spearheading equipping and uniting intercessors in the nations of Africa to corporately carry the burden of prayer for the transformation of the continent according to prophecy.
Registration for the September East London conference costs R200 and can be done online by clicking on this link on the Ifsa website.
The conference will take place at Downtown Christian Centre at 233 Oxford St, Southernwood.
More information is available from Donovan Richter at email@example.com or +27 78 097 9752.