Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Africa in Revival

Terry Riddick & Rusty Riddick families

In a week of Crusade and revival services held by a local church, thirty-two were baptized in Jesus' name and eighteen received the Holy Spirit. There also were four healings of various diseases.

Congo (Brazzaville)
Regional Missionary, Gistophe family

In regular services, two received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Equatorial Guinea
Regional Missionary, Peter Mua family

A total of nine were baptized in Jesus' name in regular services.

The regional missionary's children were healed during the chickenpox epidemic.

A couple who could not have children now have a beautiful baby girl.

Randy Adams family, reported by Pastor Desire

Three received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and two were baptized in Jesus' name during revival services.

Nick Sisco & Colleen Carter families

In two local churches, a total of eight received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and five were baptized in Jesus' name.

The fifteenth annual ACTS graduation was a success with 530 in attendance. Thirteen graduates were commissioned to go out into the harvest field.

Jim Crumpacker & Patrick Groves families, Reported by National Director of Evangelism

Throughout the country, a total of seventy-three were baptized in Jesus' name, ninety-five received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and seventy were healed of various ailments.

There were also 162 home Bible studies taught throughout the nation.

Chris Richardson family

Pentecost Sunday reports from about twenty churches: 205 filled with the Spirit and 113 baptized in Jesus' name. Fourteen healings were also reported.

At a ladies conference, there were about 300-350 in attendance and twelve received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

A district conference reported 105 filled with the Holy Spirit and six baptized in Jesus' name.

A local church just west of the capital city had two drug addicts delivered and filled with the Holy Spirit.

A regional conference reported 305 filled with the Holy Spirit.

AIMers, Chris Gibbs family

There is a great revival stirring among the college age people of the nation.

Over 200 attended the National prayer and fasting conference. The Lord manifested Himself in every meeting and the effects of this wonderful conference are still being felt.

At one rural church, sixteen received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Gerry McLean family

One minister baptized nineteen in Jesus' name at a new outreach point.

About two years ago, a Oneness Seminar was taught in a remote village. A report was just received that since that time eight pastors representing six different denominations have been meeting to discuss the Oneness and Acts 2:38 salvation. They report baptizing fifty-five more of their members in the Name of Jesus and have extended an invitation for another seminar to be taught.

Sierra Leone
Area Coordinator, Randy Adams - Reported by Pastor Conteh

At two churches, a total of sixty have been baptized in Jesus' name and fifty-eight have received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

The Apostolic message was preached at one church, and the Spirit exposed some problem areas. Since then, that church has been closed and the members have joined our Superintendent's church asking to be baptized in Jesus' name.

Richard Smoak family

At Pentecostal Sunday services, thirty-two received the Holy Spirit in one local church.

In regular services, a total of eighteen received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, twenty-five were baptized in Jesus' name, and two were healed in local churches.

A Regional ladies' meeting had 360 in attendance, two were baptized in Jesus' name and thirty-five received the Holy Spirit. A three year old child who had not started growing any teeth was prayed for and the next week, the child started growing upper and lower teeth.

A new preaching point of fifteen people so far was established due to 150 Bible studies taught in one area. Five have already been baptized in Jesus' name.

From a month of National prayer in one area, three new households - a total of thirty-two people - have been added to the church.

At a first ever Regional ladies' meeting in one area, seventeen received the Holy Spirit, two were healed, and one was baptized in Jesus' name.

The National evangelism director had a seminar at a new preaching point. The power of God fell on the meeting, and thirty received the Holy Spirit, eight were healed, eighteen were delivered from demonic possession, and the spiritual resistance to the ministry at that preaching point was broken.

The National ladies' leader held the first women's conference in a newly opened region, and twenty were in attendance.

After only one week of united national prayer in one region, the churches had a total of twenty-two baptized in Jesus' name, twenty-six filled with the Holy Spirit, and five healed.

A woman who was having incapacitating pain was instantly healed while the pastor and saints prayed for her.

Phil Tolstad & Steve Phelps families

In the last few months, forty-seven churches have been started and several healings have occurred.

The assistant superintendent reports great growth and progress after teaching seminars in several areas. Several pastors from other organizations have been baptized in Jesus' name.

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