A Dramatic Testimony to God’s Power

News, — June 30, 2014


Held in the grip of his father and the gods he served, Edoh had been confident of his calling as a Shaman Priest. But a powerful encounter with Jesus Christ changed EVERYTHING.

When you watch The Priest’s Son, you’ll follow his journey through severe persecution as he moved from the grasp of the gods dominating his people to freedom in Christ. God had a plan for Edoh!

Rev. Edoh Fiozandji serves as EHC’s Regional Director for French Africa.

Today, Edoh Fiozandji serves as EHC’s Regional Director for French Africa. Under his leadership in 12 African nations, literally hundreds of thousands of people have come to Christ through EHC outreaches. The Gospel is transforming communities!

In Togo, a national outreach is underway, the second under Edoh’s leadership since the 1990’s. More than 60 percent of the current workers were converted and discipled in recent years through the ministry of Every Home for Christ.

By God’s grace, the miraculous conversion of one young man has grown into an ever-increasing, region-wide impact across Africa. Edoh’s goal for this year is to mobilize Christians to visit 7.5 million homes, presenting the Gospel, providing follow-up and establishing Christ Groups.

Click here to video for free or order a free DVD of The Priest’s Son by phoning EHC at 1-800-265-7326 (toll free) or emailing ehc@ehc.ca

The work in Africa, as led by Edoh, is supported by Canadians. If God is calling you to encourage this work through your support, please call 1-800-265-7326 or click here to learn the 7 ways you can give to EHC’s global evangelism ministry.

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