You remember the Hallelujah Challenge, right? In case you have forgotten, words like ‘Suddenly, Just Like That, Olowogbogboro’ should awaken your memory. Well, it’s back with a bang, and this time for just 21 days unlike the previous 30 days held in the month of June.
Hallelujah Challenge is an online praise revival program that brings Christians into one space to worship and praise. Through Hallelujah Challenge, it has become very obvious that religion and the online community can work together to achieve a common goal of spirituality.
As a reminder, Hallelujah Challenge was held as a 30-day worship session, which began on the 1st of June till the 31st of June, 2017. It was held at midnight till 1 am.
It was hosted by the gospel evangelist, Nathaniel Bassey, live on his Instagram page (@nathanielblow) and his Facebook page (Nathaniel Bassey music). While many felt it was a publicity stunt, the country was awed as over 4 thousand Nigerians got involved in the “Olowogbogboro” (as it was themed) inferno.
Well for those who missed the first edition and to those that asked for another, the Olowogbogboro crooner has announced via his Instagram page for 21 days Hallelujah challenge in the month of November. The November challenge would begin from the 1st of November and ends on the 21st of November.
For more information, follow Nathaniel Bassey on his Instagram page (@Nathanielblow) and his Facebook page (Nathaniel Bassey music).
For Doubtful Thomases that are still skeptical about joining the praise revival, all you need is a review of the testimonies that are still currently streaming on social media. Or just tap someone and whisper, “And God did it suddenly…”, or “just like that…”, or “and it came to pass,” and you might be surprised at the outburst of stories from their lips.