The annual I AM Wealthy Conference officially kicked off in Northriding, Johannesburg on Wednesday at the Prevailing Word Ministries International. Hosted by Pastor Tich and Prinscisca Tanyanyiwa, the conference aims to share biblical principles on finances- in an effort to move Christians out of debt and into wealth.

The second night of the event opened with a performance by Afro-gospel star Mthabisi Moyo, who serenaded the church audience with his hit single titled “Ngizocatsha”.

Senior Pastor of Grace House Church, Pastor Chuks Ozabor, was the guest speaker for the evening, emphasizing the power of the blessing that all Christians possess.  “It’s not an economic crisis that pulls believers back financially, but it is the lack of knowledge. No man can curse him who the Lord has blessed” the pastor said.

“A blessing and a curse cannot co-exist in the same body at the same time.  You cannot be who you used to be and who you are in Christ at the same time,” he further said, challenging believers to always walk in faith- speaking life into their situations- despite the circumstances.

The four-day conference will include a business breakfast on Saturday, where renowned speaker and minister of the Word, Apostle Rodney Chipoyera will be teaching people how to access the provision set before them by Christ.
“The goal of the conference is to raise kingdom financiers,people that understand their role in the kingdom of God- making sure that the Kingdom of God grows and expands,” said Pastor Tich, “we want people to get the revelation that God wants them to walk in the power of the blessing so that their lives are blessing to God’s Kingdom.”

“Debt is a demonic system that satan has established and blessing is a kingdom of God’s system.  He wants people to understand that blessing is the way we’re supposed to live, that means we have to get out of debt, we have to walk in increase, we have to walk into prosperity- that’s God’s agenda for the church today,” he concluded.




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