The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) made the announcement at the Special Holy Ghost Service  for children, teens and young adults at the Redemption Camp, according to the The Cable.

Speaking at the service, held early on Saturday morning April 7, 2018, he said, “RCCG and the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby are planning a programme to intensify evangelism in Europe to bring people to Christ.”

Apart from recalling how his father was a lay reader of the Anglican Church, Pastor Adeboye did not offer more details on the partnership with Mr Welby.

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Anglican church confirms Pastor Adeboye’s news

An anonymous source in the Anglican Church in London has commented on the RCCG-Anglican Church partnership.

The source said: “Pastor Adeboye visited the Archbishop in 2015 and has maintained contact. RCCG is one of the Churches that endorsed the Archbishop of Canterbury’s initiative — “Thy Kingdom Come”.

Sharing details of the 2015 visit, a spokesman for the Archbishop had said: “They discussed possibilities for further collaboration between the Anglican and RCCG churches and communions, nationally and internationally.

“During the meeting, the Archbishop and Pastor Adeboye led prayers for Christian unity and revival. Afterwards, the Archbishop and the Pastor spent time in private discussion and prayer,” the spokesman added.

With this partnership, its clear that RCCG is out to get all souls!