Monday, April 25, 2011

Church in Swedru, Ghana

Dear friends,

Below is a link we thought you would all enjoy. It is a short video of a Sunday service in a village called Swedru. This is pastored by one of our Bible school graduates.

Have a blessed weekend celebrating the resurrection of our Lord!

Swedru Church

Serving with joy,

The Nick Sisco Family

Africa In Revival - April

Terry Riddick & Rusty Riddick families

During a weekend revival, seven received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

At a Regional Conference, eight received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Central African Republic
Michael Benson family

During a week of teaching on the New Birth Experience, a great hunger was witnessed in the people and eyes were opened to the truth. Seven were baptized in Jesus' name. The church also experienced a breakthrough in prayer. This is a tremendous step as Catholicism has a great hold on this nation.

Area Coordinator, Ted Grosbach - Reported by Regional Missionary Gistophe

In one church, seven received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and nine were baptized in Jesus' name.

Jim Poitras, Colleen Carter & Nick Sisco families

In regular services attended by missionaries, fifteen received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and six reported healing.

One of those healed was a man who was the first at the altar for prayer. Then he looked behind him and saw others following him. He said to himself, "Who is going to pray for all these people?" He removed himself from the prayer line and began praying for the others needing healing and God completely healed his body as well.

Reported by Albert Stewart family

At the first General Conference, there was an average attendance of 120 at each service. Fourteen were baptized in Jesus' name, and eight received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Jim Crumpacker & Patrick Groves families

During regular services around the country, a total of 131 were baptized in Jesus' name, 194 received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and 129 reported healing.

Albert Stewart family

During regular services twenty-six were baptized in Jesus' name and thirty-two received the baptism of the Holy spirit.

Gerry McLean family

At recent meetings, there were several Bible school instructors, administrators, and ministerial fellowship coordinators from various church organizations. At the end of the meeting, twenty-nine were baptized in Jesus' name. Four pastors will attend the upcoming National Minister's Convention, and they want to apply for ministerial license with the UPCI.

At one church, where they had only been averaging about twenty in attendance, fourteen were baptized in Jesus' name.

Richard Smoak family

A church group went up a small mountain for a special time of prayer. While there, fifteen received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Personal Evangelism training seminars were held in five different areas. During night services after the day sessions, eighty-eight received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and twenty-two reported healing.

After service at a local church, eleven were baptized in Jesus' name.

A pastor was supposed to have surgery but the Lord completely healed him before the scheduled date.

A pastor's daughter had a sudden onset of fever and virus-like sickness that passed after two days, but it left her unable to talk and resume her normal activities. Doctors could not discover her sickness or the cause of her problems. Prayer was made, and God completely healed her.

Recently, the pastor and congregation were asked by the owners of the building they rent for services to have a prayer meeting in their home. During this prayer meeting, the owner's son was delivered from demons and set free.

South Africa

Dan Davis family - Reported by Robert Olifant

A couple were almost high-jacked, and although they received injuries, they are still alive. The perpetrators ran away and left the car. Thank the Lord for His protection.

Phil Tolstad & Steve Phelps families

A pastor was baptized in Jesus' name in the eastern part of the country. One of our pastors went to the church to preach the apostolic message.

Two pastors and six others were baptized in Jesus' name in a new area of the country.

A seminar was held in another part of the country; ten received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and twelve were baptized in Jesus' name.

A lady attending an all day prayer meeting fell over dead. The church prayed. The lady came back to life and walked home rejoicing in the Lord.

here are over 2,000 languages spoken in Africa.

Arabic (in various dialects) has the highest number of speakers with over 170 million.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Finland - April 2011

Finland's Intercessor Team
Prayer Focus
The Mark Alphin Family-UPCI Missionaries, FINLAND
April 2011

Dear Intercessor,

Thank you for taking the time to read. We know that many times it can be overwhelming to peruse through all of the messages that you probably receive on a daily basis. We are blessed by the fact that you are a participant in Finland's Intercessor Team!

May He richly bless your "April 2011!"

Our Testimonies

At the end of March, Glenda fell off of her bicycle and, at the time of the accident, was unable to walk on her right leg without assistance. As she lay in the road, a nurse happened to be walking by and offered assistance, ultimately collecting her car and taking Glenda to a nearby emergency room. As an x-ray showed no broken bones, and no MRI was available, she was sent home with strong ibuprofen and care instructions. Over the days following, it was evident that some type of ligament or tendon damage had occurred due to the level of pain that existed. However, Glenda chose to believe that God would heal her and decided to not go to a follow-up appointment. On April 3, she and Mark watched a live service on the internet via the Pentecostals of Alexandria. They were having a healing service, during which Pastor Anthony Mangun spoke on faith and cited many examples of miracles and healing. When it came time for Rev. T. F. Tenney to speak the word of faith, Glenda followed the prompting of the Holy Spirit and asked Mark to pray for her. As he did, God spoke to her and said, "I am going to heal your knee." There was a definite, tangible presence of God in our house! Since Sunday, the pain has lessened each day to where it has nearly disappeared, and we are claiming full and complete restoration. We truly do serve a healing Savior!

Our Requests

AIM couple for the city of Tampere

Mark has been making near-weekly trips to Tampere in order to teach several Home Bible Studies. Also, one of our contacts there has introduced Mark to several of his friends. While we are willing to go to this city as much as is needed, we know that a resident presence in the city would be helpful. We ask that you pray about this with us.

Prayer focus:
That God would speak to someone who is well-versed in doctrine, that their hearts would be ready and willing to accept His calling, and that AIM finances could be fulfilled quickly in spite of the economy (God's economy is not, and has never been, in a crisis!).
Website and Graphics - electronic portion of ministry

Recently, we had an offer for a website and graphics overhaul that is straight from God (why are we ever surprised by Him?). It involves both a complete change of our current theme and an additional site geared directly towards the Finnish people.

Prayer focus:
For those involved to have God-driven ideas that will explain our vision, burden, and personality

Language Studies

As of April 4, we are now official students of the Finnish language! The arrangements we have are economically-minded and fit our family perfectly, enabling us to have private lessons! Thank you for praying about this with us.

Prayer focus:
For us to have clarity of mind - the Finnish language is known as one of the most difficult to learn; however, we are determined to succeed!
More Noticeable Community Presence

We want to be a spiritual light in the community.

Prayer focus:
Boldness, in every family member, to speak to people we don't know; for the fruits of the Spirit to be evident in our lives - that people can tell we are "different," not just "Americans;" for God's 'friendly light' to be evident on our faces when we're out and about in public, with a ready smile for those around us

Easter service

We are planning a celebration of Easter and need God to direct our steps in the planning. This will be our first venture of this type since our arrival.

Prayer focus:
For God to show us how He wants us to plan and proceed

Continued Healing for Nat Gourley

[Bro. Nat Gourley is husband to Diana, secretary to Bryan Abernathy in the Foreign Missions Division.] After a number of "touch-and-go" weeks, Bro. Nat is on the road to recovery! He is now embarking upon a period of rehabilitation, and the family has asked for prayer in the midst of that process. Thank you for taking time to take Nat before the throne!

FIT Member Prayer Requests

Megan is still in a healing process after undergoing several surgeries on a finger due to a strep infection that she contracted last November. Megan is a college student and the surgery is affecting her writing hand. Pray for the healing of the tissue around the knuckle, that it naturally fuses around her first knuckle (if it does not, her doctor is planning to fuse it); swelling in the surgical area to be gone; the nail to grow back normally.

Janice was involved in a car accident last fall (if you have been a part of FIT for awhile, you probably remember us mentioning this before). She has undergone a miraculous healing process that is astounding her doctors. However, there is one issue that still needs resolved. While she is still able to walk on her leg due to a rod that is in place, her femur is still broken. Pray for the bone to fully knit back together-this would be yet another miracle to prove the existence of an all-powerful, healing God.

Linda had asked our family to pray for her daughter, who had a hematoma on her back. It has improved and there are no effects from it thus far; also pray for her family's salvation. Pray for removal of the hematoma from Jennifer's back and family to have a rekindled desire for the things of God.

Kerry asks that we pray for his father, Fred, as doctors have found a large tumor in his lung. Pray for a reduction of the tumor and subsequent removal (signs to prove to the doctors that a definite miracle occurred).

Lana underwent surgery on April 5. Pray for the pain and symptoms she is experiencing to cease and her diagnosis to be reversed.

Ruth had multiple requests - we have chosen two to share with you: her unsaved family and the healing of a sister who is suffering from cancer. Pray that each unsaved member of her family would be impacted by a God-event that will show them their need for Him and that her sister would either be completely healed or that the pain from her suffering would be removed (for God's will to be done).

If you have a prayer request that you would like to share with the team, please feel free to contact us.

Our family has been actively praying for the members of Finland's Intercessor Team. May you experience great blessing from the hand of the Almighty as you seek His face!

For Souls,
Mark, Glenda, Miranda, and Candace

"Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain: that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in my name, He may give it you." (John 15:16)

Mexigram - April 2011

CENTRAL DISTRICT RALLY! Below, we are sharing a couple of pictures from our Mexico City Rally, held on Monday, the 21st of March which is a holiday here in Mexico. We had over 3,000 in attendance, with 155 receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and 19 baptized in Jesus' Precious Name.

The Central District covers Mexico City and surrounding areas. In all, we are reaching in this Central District around 25 million people. We now have 108 Churches and Missions, with over 5,500 baptized believers. Some of these Churches today have several hundred members.

We are so thankful that here in one Mega-city there were thousands baptized in the Precious Name of Jesus and filled with the Spirit of the Lord.

The first Monday night of every month, we have a monthly Pastors' gathering, where most of them are there, excitedly reporting how many they baptized and how many were filled with the Holy Spirit during the past month. Last night we had a glorious monthly meeting, where between all, there were 275 baptized last month and 366 received the baptism of the Holy Spirit - that's just in Mexico City! To God be the Glory!

THE LOCAL CHURCH THAT WE PASTOR IN MEXICO CITY. On Sunday, March 27, we were making a special effort to reach new people with what we called a Day of Exaltation. We had an attendance of 601 in service that Sunday, with 39 receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit and 14 that were baptized. There were a total of 119 brand new people - first time visitors.

I love Pastoring, for there is no greater thrill then "being right in the trenches" - no better way to keep one's ministry fresh and no better way to set a proper example and motivate others.

Centro Pentecostal is in the heart of Mexico City. We are on one of the main Avenues called Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas #55, Colonia Doctores; only seven blocks from the Zócalo - the main plaza in the historical center of the city. A year and a half ago, we moved to this new location, where our rental is very high, but God is blessing the local congregation to cover the cost. It was a step of faith, but we are thankful to the Lord that we have nearly doubled in that amount of time. We have been baptizing people every Sunday, thus far, this year. Wonderful miracles, healings, signs and wonders that the Lord keeps doing.

SHARING A RECENT TESTIMONY. Two weeks ago, my son Daniel Drost (who is Pastoring in San Antonio, Texas) had decided to drive down to Tampico, Mexico, to preach in special services that weekend - it's about an eight-hour drive. Since it has only been a year and a half that they left Tampico, as appointed missionaries, and moved to San Antonio to start a Church; he thought he was still well-enough acquainted with the situation. He drove with his whole family: wife (Holley) and their four children.

When he crossed the Border in Reynosa (across from McAllen, Texas) into Mexico, he noticed that there weren't the long lines seeking permits as before, but it didn't register till later. As he drove south he noticed that there were no cars or SUVs on the road, only transport trucks. About 40 minutes into Mexico, on the highway that heads towards San Fernando, two SUVs passed him in the opposite direction, travelling at very high speeds. He saw in the rear-view mirror how they suddenly applied their brakes and quickly turned around, and they chased them - like in the movies. He accelerated to everything his Tahoe could give, but several miles down the road, they caught up to him. The first SUV passed him and began applying his brakes, gradually forcing him to stop. The second one remained on his rear bumper. There were two armed men in the first SUV, and four armed men in the second - with high powered weapons. They were not police.

They finally came to a full stop. Daniel told his wife: "Pray, for I'm not going to stay here and allow them either to kidnap part or all of the family or to simply kill us all". All the armed men got out, but when the two in the lead SUV got out, Daniel took off, swinging around them. He saw in his rear-view mirror as they aimed and fired at them, seeing the guns jolting in their hands, but nothing happened to them. Then the men got back in and again chased them.

They were starting to catch up to them again, when all of a sudden, for no apparent reason, they pulled over to the side of the road and stopped. What God did or used to stop them will only be known in eternity!

By then, he was close to San Fernando and arrived at a crossroads where there has always been a large and very busy gas station, but it was closed and there was nobody to be seen. Instead of taking the by-pass, he drove into San Fernando and was stopped by a Federal police car; the officer asked him: "How did you get here? I haven't seen normal tourists like you folks, come through here in months". He went on to explain that, just the day before, there had been a big gun battle where the Zetas (a very violent Drug Cartel) had pushed the authorities back and out of that area--taking over.

Join me in praising the Lord for His VERY evident protection upon my family!

Please pray for continued revival in Mexico!

2011 NATIONAL CONVENTION. The UPC of Mexico has it's National Convention every two years, with Zonal (Regional) Conventions during the alternate years. This year our National Council 2011 will be in the Sports Palace (Palacio De Los Deportes) in Mexico City, July 29-31, 2011. We will have over 15,000 in attendance, and our goal is to see over 1,500 receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Yes we can and will! Why not plan to come and be part of revival Check us out:

Rev. T. Wynn Drost - General Superintendent UPC of Mexico

Monday, April 11, 2011

Update from the Benson's C.A.R. Trip

Where do we begin in recounting our trip to Bangui, CAR? Although there are many things we might recount, truly the most important was that Bangui felt like ‘home’ from the moment our feet stepped on the soil!!! We couldn't help but laugh; after returning to Togo.....One of our friends, having viewed our pictures, said, "This place even looks like y'all..." God doesn't make mistakes when He calls!

We found the CAR to possess an incredible natural beauty. We stayed in Bangui, the capital city. Our guest-house was a block away from the Oubangui River. The river runs through a small mountainous area. So, we had a beautiful river view and small mountains surrounding us. As it is very tropical being so near the equator, everything was a lovely shade of green, even in the dry season. Standing on the banks of the river, we could look across and see the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). If you would like to see this, please view our pictures: (I have shown some pictures here.)

Our visit coincided with the soon approaching rainy season. The temperature was around 95 F for most of our time there. Yes, it was hot and the humidity was high! The electricity was off most of the day, and we only had a fan at night. We decided that, when we do move to Bangui, a good generator is a must! In the end, we concluded that the trip was worth every drop of sweat! :)

Lunch with Bro. and Sis. Adams

For the most part, the people in town are kind, but distant. No doubt, this is from years of difficulties in their land. We were not discouraged by this, as we know that the ‘Love of Jesus’ can tear down walls of fear, uncertainty and insecurity in an instant! We (Bro. Adams) did encounter pick-pockets on two different occasions. We learned quickly not to walk down the street with anything in our hands or a backpack on our backs. One young taxi driver was so beside himself with Hannah sitting in his back seat that he could not stop turning backwards to look at her. As a result, he rear-ended another taxi at a traffic stop. Here in Togo that would have meant a major scene! Not so in Bangui! No one got out of their cars; no one even acted as if they noticed the big pop! Later that day, we were walking on the street and this same taxi driver passed. We fell over laughing as he was hanging out his window waving at Hannah! There are so many funny stories I could recount like these. Every day was an adventure in travel!

Onto the calling and burden that the Lord has given us:

The hunger in the Central Africans for understanding the Word of God was incredible! They absorbed each day of teaching with great anticipation, begging for more! Bro. and Sis. Adams have established a very strong foundation and working relationship with the pastors and churches in the CAR. Many of these pastors are independent. There were approximately 15 pastors attending the Bible School Training each night. Truly, the field is wide-open!

Besides the Doctrinal and Bible School Subjects being taught, we had two evangelistic services. No one received the Holy Ghost in these two services, although great strides were made in helping the Central Africans release themselves in prayer. Considering the strong Roman Catholic influence on the churches, this was a true break-through! We are so very thankful to the Lord for His power to overcome tradition!

Front of Bro. Feindiro's Church

Early Sunday Morning, we were blessed to attend and participate in the baptism of 8 news souls for the Kingdom of God! Again, you can see pictures of my husband and Pastor Gabriel baptizing in the Oubangui River on our blog, listed above. On our last morning there, Bro. Adams taught on New Birth Experience in one of the independent churches. Following his teaching, there were two more members who came forth desiring to be baptized by emersion in the Name of Jesus! We simply cannot convey to you the desire of the people to understand the Word of God and how it applies to their lives.

The Louisiana District recently donated funds for the churches in the CAR. Because of their generous giving, we were able to help our three established churches put cement on their floors and walls (the walls are red, clay brick) and also paint. This was an incredible encouragement and blessing to our UPCI works there!!! Thank you, Louisiana District UPCI, Bro. Cox, Bro. Harper, Bro. Day, and everyone who sacrificed in the giving of these funds. You have reached and touched the lives of many!!!

As much as we would like to make a move into the CAR this term, we realize it is not financially possible. Therefore, we trust the Lord that we will be able to make at least two more trips before we return home for deputation at the end of 2012. We plan to teach Bible School Courses and also hold Evangelistic Services during these trips.

Please, continue to pray for the work in the Central African Republic. The Lord is moving mightily in Centrafrique (French for Central African Republic)! Thank you for helping us to go and work with the Central Africans. Every step we take, you are beside us!!!

Love and Blessings,
The Michael Benson Family
Mike, Danan, Hannah, Thad and Micah

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Ghana with the Siscos

We thank the Lord for His daily guidance. We arrived in Ghana on January 14 with all ten pieces of our luggage. The next day we were able to welcome AIMer Tyler Bryant. We look forward to his help with GATS and in our local Bible College. One week after arrival we were able to secure a place of residence in a safe neighborhood with decent water and electricity. Thank you, Lord.

The month of January has been busy for the UPCI of Ghana. It opened with our National Ladies Retreat. Their theme was derived from 1 Corinthians 11:1, "Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ." We are happy to report an average of 450. Twenty-two followers were filled with His Spirit and twenty-seven reported a healing in their body. Praise the Lord! Thank you, Sis. Nancy Shirley and Sis. Cylinda Nickel for your ministry.

Our annual Faculty Education program was held in Togo with twenty-four in attendance representing five west African nations. Instruction was enjoyed from various educators including Reverend Theron Smith from South Carolina.

We are encouraged with what has been taking place in Ghana. The churches are moving ahead with vision. We were pleased to be able to attend the first service of Vision Chapel in their new location. Nine received the Holy Ghost and one was baptized.

The African Center for Theological Studies opened February 14th for yet another year of Bible College training. It's always a blessing to mold and shape young men and women of God for the ministry.

Thank you for your faithful partnership. We appreciate every thought, prayer and financial blessing. May God richly bless you in return.

The Nick Sisco Family

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Africa Network of Prayer - April

-Calendar of Events
-Special Prayer Requests
-Growing UP in Prayer

Calendar of Events

28 Mar-2 Apr Mozambique Prayer and Fasting vigil for Maputo

29 Mar-2 Apr Burkina Faso Evangelism Crusade in Wemtenga

1 April Liberia National Board Meeting

4-10 April Uganda Seminar in Kasese/Bushenyi

6-10 April Kenya Mt. Elgon Region Youth Convention

7-10 April Namibia General Conference (Windhoek)

7-10 April Kenya Mt. Kenya Regional Convention Nyeri

8 April Liberia National Youth Seminar

13-16 April Zambia National Youth Conference

13-16 April Liberia National Ladies Revival & Fundraising, Section II

13-17 April Kenya North Rift Regional Youth Convention at Mautuma

21-24 April Ghana Regional Convention

22 April Liberia Presbyter visitation, Section IV

22-24 April South Africa General Conference in Bloemfontein
Guests: Rev. & Mrs. David Bernard,
General Superintendent UPCI

14 April GLOBAL Pray for the French Speaking countries

14-16 April Liberia Revival Workshop, Section IV

14-17 April Kenya South Rift Regional Conv. Londian

15 April Liberia Section VIII Fellowship

15-17 April Uganda Lake Victoria Seminar in Namaingo

17 April Liberia Pastor Anniversary, Oneness Apostolic UPC

20 April Liberia National Ladies Fundraising, Section III

20-24 April Uganda Crusade/Seminar in Mt. Elgon Region

21-24 April Kenya National Ladies Convention at Nairobi

23 April Gabon Journee Des Enfants (Children's Day)24 April Liberia Section I
fellowship, Zordee

26-27 April Madagascar Central Region 'G' Ministers & Wives Seminar

27 Apr-1 May Madagascar Central Region 'G' Conference

29 April Liberia National Ladies 1st Quarter Meeting

29-30 April Madagascar Region B Youth Camp, Fenerive-Est.

Special Prayer Requests

During the month of April, there will be Prayer Seminars taught in local churches by Sis. Cantrell. She will be teaching the "Prayer Journey," showing the different types of prayers that we pray. We have civil unrest in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Pray for peace here. We are working with several Trinitarian pastors who are being taught the "Oneness" message. Please pray for their understanding of the scriptures.

Please pray for a Holy Ghost outpouring in the CAR. Also, pray that the construction work on the church in Bombari will be completed before the rainy season begins.

Cezar Moraes, Regional Missionary to Mozambique writes: "I received an interesting prayer request from Maputo! Pastor Vilankulos, recently baptized along with his wife in Jesus Name: We are learning about the Oneness of God and I feel that the congregation is almost ready for the baptism in Jesus Name. We are preparing the church for the baptism in Jesus Name and how to receive the Holy Ghost. We are planning to start to build the new facilities of the church in Maputo by June this year. Because of the truth we are now preaching, the devil is attacking the families of the church. We also need your prayer to defeat the devil and for the growth of the Church of the Name in Maputo. We believe for a strong church in Maputo and that a revival will sweep over all the country of Mozambique!"

Pray for our church members in the northern part of Namibia, they are facing bad flood situation. Pray for the National leadership of Namibia to be empowered to reach the nation with the gospel of the truth. Pray for that at our general conference (7-10 of April) that there will be a great out-pouring of the Holy Ghost and deeper revelation of the truth.

National, State, & Local elections will take place on April 2, 9, and 16. Please pray for a peaceful election season. This is a very critical time in Nigeria. All meetings have been cancelled or postponed until the end of the election season.

We ask prayer for the Easter Conference. We are expecting a record attendance.

Growing UP in Prayer!

"For the seed shall be prosperous; the vine shall give her fruit, and the ground shall give her increase, and the heavens shall give their dew; and I will cause the remnant of this people to possess all these things" (Zechariah 8:12).

The Lord desires us to see divine growth and the fruit of our labors as a result of prayer! I Corinthians15:58 states, "Be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord." Furthermore, I Corinthians 3:6, 9 relays, "I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase...For we are laborers together with God: ye are God's husbandry...." Does prayer effect plant seeds? In a study on germinating seeds done by Dr. Franklin Loehr, a minister and scientist, the objective was to see in a controlled experiment what effect prayer had over living and seemingly non-living matter. In one experiment three pans of various types of seeds were observed. One was the control pan. One pan received positive prayer, and the other, the opposite (no prayer & subjected to negative verbiage). Time after time, the results indicated that prayer helped speed germination and produced more vigorous plants. The pan without such prayer halted germination in some plants and suppressed growth in others. Amazing! If this outcome resulted in such a natural application and affected the growth process, then how much more can we glean from this reality in a spiritual context? Our prayers are powerful and can make a difference between life and death, sickness and health, prosperity or poverty...and the list goes on! God desires that we grow up in prayer and pray in faith, and to do so is to know that He is listening to you and that if what you are asking for is in His will, it will come to pass. To grow up in prayer is to approach God with a respectful confidence and to believe that prayer is effective and will bring the desired change according to His purpose.

NOTE: Sister Flo Shaw has been appointed as the new international coordinator of the World Network of Prayer. Originally from Louisiana, she was mentored by T. W. Barnes and James Kilgore. She is a licensed minister of the United Pentecostal Church International and serves alongside her husband, Dwayne Shaw, who is pastor of New Life Temple in Austin, Texas. Sister Shaw is currently the WNOP coordinator for the South Texas District and has done an outstanding job in that capacity, most recently in organizing the prayer for the General Conference in Houston.

The Africa Network of Prayer welcomes Sis. Flow Shaw as the International Coordinator of the World Network of Prayer and looks forward to working with her to promote prayer around the globe.

Flo Shaw
International Coordinator,
World Network of Prayer