World Report

Reston Revival Service

March 5, 2019

The Apostolic Faith group in Reston, Virginia, held a revival service on Sunday, January 27. The morning service was preceded by the Sunday school lesson titled “Non-Retaliation,” taught by Joseph Adesuyi. The younger students were taught by Bola Adesuyi, and the session closed with prayer by Victor Arotimi.

Oludare Owolabi, the group leader in Reston, welcomed everyone to the revival service. After the congregation enthusiastically sang “Mighty Warrior” and “I’ll Fly Away,”...

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The Holy Spirit Falls in Romania, Baptizing Thirteen

March 1, 2019

From the Superintendent's DESK

Harlan Lee of Roseburg, Oregon, and Wayne Butler of Port Angeles, Washington, recently returned from Romania where they attended the annual ministers’ conference in Zadareni and also visited many of our churches in the western and southern regions of the country to encourage the saints there. For the first several days, they were joined by Brother Wayne’s daughter Crystal Kinnari of Stavanger, Norway.

The ministers’ conference, which began on Friday,...

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Wholly Following Jesus at Chile Camp Meeting

February 19, 2019

From the Superintendent's DESK

The Chile camp meeting continued Tuesday through Friday with Bible teachings in the mornings and evangelistic services in the evenings. Our team (Sam and Shade Ajayi, Rachel Boyce, Cynthia Fasola, Catey Hinkle, and Savannah Lee) sent the following report.

On Tuesday morning, an inspiring teaching on salvation was given by Eladio Retamal-Vasquez, the pastor from Limavida, Peru. He said sin separates us from God, but through the Blood of...

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Excited for Chile Camp Meeting

February 14, 2019

From the Superintendent's DESK

The annual Chile camp meeting began in Chimbarongo on Sunday, February 10, with six from North America attending. Led by Sam Ajayi, Director of South America Work, the team of six includes his wife Shade, Catey Hinkle, and Savannah Lee all of Portland, Oregon, as well as Rachel Boyce of Dallas, Oregon, and Cynthia Fasola of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The team is excited to be among the saints in Chile and...

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Change of Leadership in the Dominican Republic

February 6, 2019

On Sunday, February 3, at the Dominican Republic Apostolic Faith headquarters church in La Romana, District Superintendent Gledwin Mills announced that he is retiring as leader of the Dominican Republic work, with Reverend Deivys Pichardo (pictured above, with his wife and three children) appointed to fill that role.

A letter from Superintendent General Darrel Lee was read in Spanish at the meeting, stating, “The faithful service of Brother Mills is deeply appreciated. ...

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Praises Ring Out in Jamaica

February 5, 2019

From the Superintendent's DESK

A team to Jamaica arrived in Kingston on Saturday evening, January 12, and immediately traveled to Castleton, a town in the mountains, to the home of Rohan Clough, who leads our work in Jamaica. He and his wife Charmaine had offered to host the team for the duration of their stay. This included Mark Worthington, his wife Rosemary, and David Budean, all of Sacramento, California, as well as Balu Ajanaku and...

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Japan Saints Consistent, Fruitful, and Faithful

February 5, 2019

From the Superintendent's DESK

Our team to the Philippines and Japan (Bill and Lori McKibben, and Seth and Erin Morgan) recently returned home from their trip to Asia and sent a concluding report.

After a few delays, they arrived in Japan a couple of hours late and were finally able to greet the pastor of our Kawasaki church, Hidehiro Ouchi, along with three other saints who transported them directly to the hotel.

Shortly thereafter, they were...

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Visit to the Philippines Marks 25 Years

February 1, 2019

From the Superintendent's DESK

Bill McKibben, Director of Asia Work, and his wife, Lori, accompanied by their daughter and her husband, Erin and Seth Morgan, have entered the second week of their trip visiting our churches in the Philippines and Japan.

Sunday morning, January 27, at the Bagong Sikat headquarters church, the service began with Sunday school. Before dispersing to classes, the general session included a medley of familiar songs, such as “This Train Is...

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Testimonies in St. Vincent Tell of God’s Power

January 28, 2019

From the Superintendent's DESK

The Downeys have continued visiting our churches in St. Vincent, and traveled to Lowmans Hill, a short distance from Kingstown, for the Friday evening service on January 25. Established ninety years ago in 1928, this is the oldest church on the island, and is pastored by Martin Laborde.

The service began with worship choruses, and included “Lead Me to the Rock that Is Higher than I” and “I’m Living Where the Healing Waters Flow.” District ...

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