Amazing Digital Gospel Concert moment with Rev. Dr Ock Soo Park

By Elias HAKIZIMANA.

Good News Mission and Korean Christian Association (KCA) organized an online gospel gathering of more than 800 million people from more than 94 countries of the world including Rwanda.

The gospel gathering whose objective was to help people regain love and peace especially during this time COVID-19 Pandemic is hitting the world was held from May 10th to May 15th 2020 under the facilitation of Rev. Dr Ock Soo Park, founder of Good News Mission, International Youth Fellowship (IYF) and Gracias Choir.

The amazing digital gospel was channeled on Youtube, Facebook and on more than 290 Televisions.

Participants left important messages and this pushed various media platforms to request for additional days for the gospel concert.

It had a theme; “Jesus washed away all our sins, was resurrected and he did not fail.”

Various Christian dignitaries from worldwide left significant messages, embarking on the fact that Rev. Dr Ock Soo Park is a good servant of God who was anointed to be an example of good Christian for the rest of global population mainly Christians.

Rev. Dr Ock Soo Park, founder of Good News Mission, International Youth Fellowship (IYF) and Gracias Choir.

He taught people how they can live peaceful and happy moment. Rev. Dr Ock Soo Park also shared his testimony of before 19 years old when his dreams oriented him to become a soldier, despite the failure due to the fact that medical reasons examined his tooth was broken.

He since then stated to read the bible to find out some words that show how a person can be pardoned his sins.

In his message, he emphasized on Jesus pity to wash out our sins. “When I see myself I realize I am a sinner but when I read the bible, it tells me I am a Holly Christian. I found that it has nonsense to dispute with God; and that I do not have to admire my thoughts than the word of God.”

Participants left important messages and this pushed various media platforms to request for additional days for the gospel concert.

Gracias Choir participated to light up the congregation through Gospel music and songs before and after the concert.

Recently in January 2020, Rev. Dr Ock Soo Park met various God’s servants in Marriot Hotel in Kigali-Rwanda through what called ‘Christian Leaders Fellowship (CLF)’.

Good News Mission sent around 2,000 missionaries from over 100 countries worldwide. The concert was translated in 26 languages including English and Kinyarwanda. The messages from the concert made people to unite and retrieved Hope and comfort among global citizens who are experiencing hurdles caused by COVID-19 pandemic.

Some of pastors who participated in the concert from worldwide include: Chancellor of Epic Bible College in the United States, Rev. Dr. Ronald Harden, Bishop Joaquin Pena of Church of God in the United States, President Alekseev Oleg of Central Baptist Association in Voronezh, Russia, President Rigoberto Vega of Christian Protestant Association in Costa Rica, Christian Archbishop Rev. Kiseve Arthur Kitonga in Kenya, President of Christian Pastoral Union and Presidential Advisor Rev. Joseph Serwadda in Uganda, President Luther Prasanth Kumar Chatla of Bethel Baptist Gospel Union in India, President Rev. Tevita N Banivanua of Fiji Church Association and other Christian leaders from their respective countries, plus 240,000 pastors from  Christian Leaders Fellowship (CLF).

The concert gathered  more than 800 million people from more than 94 countries of the world including Rwanda.

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Elias Hakizimana

Elias Hakizimana, CEO&Founder of The Inspirer Ltd,(www.rwandainspirer.com) is a professional Rwandan Journalist with Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Communication, received from University of Rwanda’s College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) in 2014. He served various media houses in Rwanda including Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA) in 2013 and became passionate with English Online and Print Media Publications where he exercised his talent as a Freelance News Reporter for The New Times, The Independent, The Rwanda Focus, Panorama and more before he became a Self-Entrepreneur as the CEO and Founder of The Inspirer Limited in early 2017.

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