Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has chalked another global landmark by launching a successful first ever ECG Online French Service, targeting all francophone communities across the world.
During the launch on Saturday, watched by over 12 million people in several French speaking countries and communities, Prophet Bushiri underlined that ECG is a global church, as such; it will break every language barrier to reach out to those in need of the gospel.
“I am so excited that we have launched our French Services. I know it has not been easy over years handling queries from Francophone countries demanding we have these services. We have made it and the glory goes to God for the insights and wisdom,” he said.
ECG Church has branches in all major French speaking countries such as France, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Mali, Rwanda, Senegal and Togo.
Meanwhile, French speaking followers of Prophet Bushiri have since welcomed the development, saying they will now be able to connect in the comfort of their homes in the language they understand with ease.
In an interview after the launch, ECG spokesperson Ephraim Nyondo said Prophet Bushiri has embraced the mission to minister at all costs, bolstering a multi- lingual stance and providing the good news to all men as the scripture commands us on Matthew 24:14 “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.”
During the launch, Prophet Bushiri embraced the song : “You are Holy” in French.
The Prophet of God marvelled at how heart-warming the French version of this worship song was, and the conference began with the Prophet leading the studio and conference congregants in this wonderful fulfillment of the Lord’s instruction to the Lord God to minister to the French speaking nations.
Congregants were treated to the sounds of De Allen, Phummy Shalvah and Minister Hermis and Ezra Nee worshipped God in French and the God of Major 1 was glorified.
The services will be done every Saturday.