Join us Sunday, March 1 as we welcome international crusade evangelist Rev. Christopher Alam to Family Church Fredonia!
Born in a Muslim family with Middle- Eastern origins, Christopher Alam received Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour in 1975. He was immediately confined in a mental asylum for his faith in Christ. Christopher responded quickly to the call of God and began to preach the Gospel. He was arrested several times and imprisoned for almost a year for preaching the Gospel.
After being threatened with execution, Christopher finally escaped first to Belgium and then to Sweden, where he was given political asylum, eventually becoming a Swedish subject. It was in Sweden that he met is wife, Britta, in the church that he attended. They were married in 1979.
Christopher first attended the Torchbearers Bible School in HolsbyBrunn, in Sweden, then, together with Britta, attended RHEMA Bible Training Center in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Christopher also served with Operation Mobilization in the Benelux countries. He taught for several years as a full-time teacher at the Word of Life Training Center in Uppsala, Sweden, which was the largest Bible school in Europe at that time.
Dynamis World Ministries started as a missions organization with Christopher Alam’s preaching behind the Iron Curtain long before the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe. From there, it then spread to Asia, Africa, and Latin America. In 1993 the Alam family and the ministry’s headquarters moved from Sweden to Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Christopher Alam has preached the Gospel in over 75 nations so far, and over 1,500 churches have been started as a fruit of this ministry. The preaching of the Gospel is accompanied by signs, wonders, and miracles.
Dynamis World Ministries has a full-time crusade team at its base in Zimbabwe in Africa. In addition to this, the ministry also runs an Orphanage and a Church-Planting bible School in Zimbabwe.
Christopher Alam is also the General Overseer of AWAKE Churches, a fellowship of over 400 in Africa with its headquarters in Zimbabwe.