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Metro Detroit Church Ushers in a Season of Hope and Healing
Bishop Clarence Haddon sees a season of change, restoration, hope for the Detroit region starting with this Divine Appointment
Leaders of this full gospel movement, Pastor Chang Han Yeh and Dr. Kim Sunghae Cho, will bring a taste of the powerful movement they've experienced to the Detroit-area during two nights of service at Bishop Clarence B. Haddon and Prophetess Joyce R. Haddon's Kingdom Culture High Praise Church in Detroit, and High Praise Cathedral in Inkster.
To those who may not be familiar with this great woman, you may have heard of her husband's name many times before. Author and speaker, Dr. Kim Sunghae Cho, is the wife of Dr. David Yonggi Cho.
Located in Seoul, South Korea, the world's largest congregation with a membership of 830,000.
Bishop Clarence Haddon said the Korean pastors told him they were directed by God to cancel all of their previously scheduled activities and immediately come to Detroit for 7 p.m. services Wednesday, Nov. 28, and Thursday, Nov. 29.
"This is a season of healing for Detroit," Haddon said.
"(The pastors from Korea) are coming to our church with a mind to pray exclusively for Detroit and the condition it's in economically. Detroit is at a low at this time for housing, jobs, and foreclosures. They're coming to pray for Detroit to do something extraordinary, and bring back the awesomeness it once had."
That's why Haddon was immediately receptive when a Korean minister from his Inkster church asked if his Detroit-area churches would be receptive to hosting service times with the Seoul church. He knew it would be a divine appointed blessing for attendees.
"I think the audience will go away with great hope and aspirations to see the move of God," Haddon said.
"Asian churches around the Detroit metropolis and suburban areas will come to join us in these prayers. So, we invite all to come and pray together for the revival of our wonderful city."
Both services are free and open to the public. They will take place at Kingdom Culture High Praise Church, 8809 Schoolcraft in Detroit, on Wednesday, and High Praise Cathedral 4010 Moore Street in Inkster, on Thursday.
Attendees are recommended to begin arriving at 5 p.m. nightly for the 7 p.m. services.
For more information, call (313) 563-7459 or (734) 961-8822 and visit http://thehighpraisechurch.com.