Thousands attend Benny Hinn crusade
Thousands of people “hungry” for healing, salvation and spiritual deliverance of some kind, filled the Wildey Gymnasium of the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex last night to feed from the ministry of visiting American televangelist Benny Hinn during the opening of his two-day crusade.
The event, which is organised by the recently-established National Alliance of Churches & Christian Organisations of Barbados in partnership with Benny Hinn Ministries, saw hundreds answering Hinn’s calls to receive salvation, healing and spiritual deliverance.
People in wheelchairs, those with walking aides and others suffering from various other ailments came expecting to have their needs met.
It is not clear how many did, but all those wheelchair-bound persons, from observation, left in the same in the same wheel chairs in which they arrived.
One man was brought to Hinn on the platform who, one of the preacher’s helpers reported, suffered from heart problems, that had been healed, while another who was partially blind, could see.
Hinn did advise the man with heart problems to see his doctor to confirm his healing. The crusade ends this evening.