Prelude: A Pullman, Washington, instrumental ensemble played “I Love You Lord” with “My Jesus I Love Thee” and “Lord, I Lift Your Name on High” with “All Hail the Power.” Then the Pullman choir (pictured above) sang “I’m Blessed.”
Featured testimonies: Oluwafemi Sunday praised God for saving him and giving him beauty for ashes, saying God has blessed him with a wife and two daughters and, on the first Monday of this camp meeting, a son. Mayokun Akinrotimi shared that he recently attended his son’s wedding in Pullman and experienced unity in prayer and purpose; God’s Spirit is the same everywhere and unifies God’s people. Caroline Ojeme told of God’s healing power, saying that in January she fell on ice and sustained injuries that left her with breathing and digestion problems. When the hospital turned her away due to limited staff, she prayed in her car, saying, “Man is limited, but You are not,” and immediately she felt God’s healing touch. Ebenezer Ewumi was thankful that when he went for an eight-hour job interview, God was with him; he felt God speaking through him and was hired.
First Special: A Pullman vocal ensemble sang “O the Glory Did Roll.”
Last Special: Josiah Lere-Adams and Oluwafemi Sunday sang “I’ll Wish I had Given Him More.”
Sermon: James Timbilla, pastor in Wharton, New Jersey, read 2 Corinthians 5:10 for his opening text and stated that everyone will stand before God one day to give an account. The names of those who prepare now by repenting of their sins will be found in the Book of Life.