Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Africa in Revival


Cameroon
Terry Riddick & Rusty Riddick families

Two were baptized in Jesus' name in one town, and one was healed who was paralyzed from the waist down.

An elderly leader of an organization of six churches was baptized in Jesus' name and is planning to baptize his pastors and leaders.

Equatorial Guinea
Regional Missionary, Peter Mua family

There were three baptized in Jesus' name, and two healed by the power of God.

Ghana
Nick Sisco & Colleen Carter families

We thank the Lord that His will was accomplished at recent National Council elections. What a tremendous presence of the Lord in the room.

Kenya
Jim Crumpacker & Patrick Groves families

At the General Conference, there were nine baptized in Jesus' name and fifteen received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Madagascar
Chris Richardson family

In the National Conference, there were 2,075 filled with the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Five local churches reported that fifty-two received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and twenty-one were baptized in Jesus' name.

Malawi
Chris Gibbs family

A two day pastors and wives seminar leading into the General Conference was very successful.

We thank the Lord that His will was accomplished in the recent National Office elections.

During the General Conference, there were twenty-three men and two women who graduated from Apostolic Bible College with a GATS certificate level of achievement.

In preparations for the National A-Team crusades, over 40,000 tracts and advertisements were distributed throughout the surrounding cities of the capital. During the A-Team crusades, over 1,300 souls were transported in for three days of apostolic outpouring.  Another 300 plus came from many of the local churches. In just three days, 608 precious souls received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and 120 were baptized in Jesus' name.

At two spin-off crusades from the A-Team crusades, 275 received the baptism of the Holy Spirit. The sovereignty of the Lord came upon the crowd and the working of miracles was loosed. Eighteen people came forward suffering with deafness, and the Lord instantly healed them all.  Seven more people came forward suffering from blindness, and all were miraculously healed.  Also, thirty-one testified of a supernatural physical healing in their body. The spirit of giving settled in on the congregation, as people for hours took off their shirts, suit coats, watches, phones, shoes and of their finances gave to the work of the Lord.

On another night of the crusades, fifteen came forward with conditions of deafness and the Lord healed them all. One teenage girl fell to her knees weeping and holding her ears as sound flooded her ears for the first time. Several came forward with eye problems, and all were healed.  During the altar time when many came forward to receive the Holy Ghost, a man full of the devil came into the crowd, pushing, hitting and rolling around knocking people to the ground.  The man rolled so violently into a brick wall that his leg was broken instantly.  Many men carried him out of the altar. Warfare prayers were made, and the man received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and stood up and began to shout that his leg was made whole. 

Mozambique
Regional Missionary, Cezar Moraes family

We rejoice as the church in the capital city is going to be a reality. It will be totally built by March next year.

Seychelles

Randall Richardson family - reported by Area Coordinator, Jim Crumpacker

At the General Conference, there were two who received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and five were baptized in Jesus' name. Many new contacts were made.

South Sudan
Patrick Groves family

Our pastor baptized eleven in Jesus' name.

West Africa Sub-Regional Conference& West Africa Leadership Conference were both a great success. Sixteen nations were represented and blessed by the mighty presence of the Lord in each session. Africa is "Destined" for Revival!

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