World Report

India Camp Meeting

June 6, 2018

The annual camp meeting held in Kaikavolu, Andhra Pradesh, India, began on the evening of April 2. Rayudu Raju, District Superintendent of India Work, wrote that around five hundred people attended the first service, with about fifty coming by auto rickshaw from within Kaikavolu and as far away as Durganagar. The meeting started at 7:00 p.m. and ended at 11:30 p.m., with seven people claiming salvation.    

On the second day, two women were water...

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A Wonderful Welcome in Nigeria

June 4, 2018

From the Superintendent's DESK

John Musgrave, who was recently appointed Director of West and Central Africa (WECA) Work, is in Africa for the first time, visiting our churches in Nigeria and Ghana. He arrived in Lagos on Wednesday, May 30, and was warmly greeted by Bayo Adeniran, the WECA District Superintendent, who escorted him to a reception at the WECA headquarters, located on the campground at Anthony Village.

Brother John said fifteen children from the Apostolic...

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Wharton Youth Rally

May 25, 2018

The first annual youth rally at the Apostolic Faith Church in Wharton, New Jersey, was held April 20-22. Attendees came from New Jersey, Massachusetts, New York, Washington D.C., Virginia, Wisconsin, and Canada. The guest speaker, Olusola Adesope (the pastor in Pullman, Washington), attended with his family. The theme was “Laying a Solid Spiritual Foundation,” and the theme song was “The Wise Man Built His House upon the Rock.”

The Friday evening service began with an...

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A Vibrant Sunday School Outreach in Iquitos, Peru

May 16, 2018

From the Superintendent's DESK

Sam Ajayi, Director of South America Work, and his wife, Shade, have been in Peru this past week. Brother Sam sent this report of their activities:

In preparation for the upcoming Peru camp meeting, scheduled for July 29 through August 5 in Cajamarca, I met in Chiclayo with Augustin Quiroz, the Peru District Superintendent, and three pastors from the mountainous region surrounding Cajamarca. Our time together was very profitable and encouraging. ...

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Jamaicans Inspire with Victorious Testimonies

May 14, 2018

From the Superintendent's DESK

The Worthingtons visited three more churches in Jamaica this past week before returning home, and sent this report with the details:

On Monday evening, we worshiped at our Christiana church, and found another group of sweet saints who love to worship God with heartfelt singing. As the choir sang about leaving behind no unfinished task when the Lord calls us home, there were earnest expressions on their faces showing they meant the ...

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Blessings Multiplied in Jamaica

May 9, 2018

From the Superintendent's DESK

Mark and Rosemary Worthington are visiting our churches in Jamaica. They arrived on Friday, May 4, and that evening attended the service at our Castleton church where Delceta Claudius is the pastor. They said the service was wonderful and filled with inspiring music. They especially enjoyed a heartfelt “Little Is Much When God Is in It,” sung by the choir. They heard many spontaneous testimonies, in which people spoke of lives...

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Fellowship is the Highlight at Bucharest Dedication

May 8, 2018

From the Superintendent's DESK

This past Sunday morning, Debbie and I, along with John and Rodica Musgrave, attended the dedication service for our church in Bucharest where Gheorghei Macovei is the pastor. The building was filled to capacity as over seventy were in attendance.

We enjoyed several music specials throughout the service including duets, solos, and numbers sung by the youth group and a ladies’ choir. All were accompanied by a keyboard and two guitars....

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A Beautiful New Church for the Saints in Motatei Sat

May 7, 2018

From the Superintendent's DESK

The Musgraves, Debbie, and I participated in another church dedication in Romania on Friday, but first we spent part of the day in Craiova, visiting the “Old Town” section of the city where the city hall, courthouse, and other government buildings are located. Several of the streets had been shut off from vehicle traffic, so we enjoyed strolling through the area.

In the afternoon, we drove about forty-five miles southwest of...

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