World Report

Thirty-Seven Water Baptized in Maharashtra

January 29, 2021

From the Superintendent's DESK

The Gospel continues to take root in India, and we praise God for it. Surya Gajbhiv, District Superintendent of Maharashtra State, has sent reports of several water baptismal services that took place in November, and another this week.

In November, services were held in eight different church locations for twenty-eight converts who wished to be baptized. Among the candidates was a sixty-nine-year-old grandmother from a Hindu...

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Camp Meeting 2021 Announcement

January 28, 2021

From the Superintendent's DESK

Since summer planning has already begun for many, it is appropriate to provide our tentative schedule as it relates to Portland camp meeting. After conferring with many United States Apostolic Faith pastors, our current plan is to schedule “tabernacle services” in lieu of our traditional camp meeting. The services would begin Friday, June 25, and continue through Sunday, July 11. The details of the schedule will be determined in time, based...

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Work Begins at Beautiful Church site in Kapavaram

January 26, 2021

From the Superintendent's DESK

The congregation in Kapavaram, India, is rejoicing this week as preparations are made to lay the foundation of a church building.

This group of believers formed more than a decade ago when the pastor, Jaya Raju, began holding church services on the front porch of a village home. Though the owners were Hindus, they allowed the meetings, and in 2012 they attended for the first time and were both saved....

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Jamaican Churches: Apart, but Unified

January 19, 2021

From the Superintendent's DESK

Two uplifting reports have been received in recent months from Rohan Clough, the Jamaica District Superintendent, concerning the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on our churches in Jamaica. In the first report Brother Rohan wrote, “Though the pandemic has been a terrible and life-changing experience, the Jamaican congregations continue to grow in the Spirit, develop church buildings, add new members, and increase in the bonds of unity.”

Brother Rohan has had opportunity...

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South African Online Camp Meeting

January 5, 2021

The Apostolic Faith camp meeting in South Africa was held online via Zoom from September 20-27, 2020. It was a time of consecration and spiritual refreshing for all who attended. The camp meeting normally would have been held at the national campground in Bapsfontein, South Africa, but in spite of the COVID-19 restrictions which made that impossible, the blessings of God flowed during the online event. It brought to mind the verses in John...

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A Hunger for the Gospel in Tanzania; 13 Saved

December 18, 2020

From the Superintendent's DESK

In a recent report of our work in Tanzania, Boniface Banda, the Eastern Africa District Superintendent, stated that the country is “a spiritually fertile land, with people yearning to hear the message of salvation.” Since 2014, the number of branch locations has expanded from two to ten, and still the Macedonian call comes from other regions. Groups are waiting to hear the Gospel in Bukoba, Dar es Salaam, Dodoma, Morogor, Mwanza,...

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Milwaukee Inaugural Service

November 19, 2020

Boniface Osunkwo and his family moved to the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, area around fifteen years ago, and they have been commuting to our church in Worth, Illinois, around two hours away. As others have relocated to the Milwaukee area for jobs, the desire has been to start holding services there, and over the years occasional church services and concerts were held. With recent restrictions on interstate travel because of Covid-19, it appeared that ...

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