Africa @ Revival March & April 2016

Africa@Revival ~ March & April 2016
Benin ~ Michael Benson family
 
At Easter Conference in one region a total of fifteen received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
 
Botswana ~ Michael Long family
 
A new church was started in one city that had twenty-two first time visitors and one received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
 
At Ladies Conference there was one baptized in Jesus’ name and four received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
 
Cameroon ~ Terry Riddick & Rusty Riddick families
 
Throughout the nation at least fifteen received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and seventeen were baptized in Jesus’ name.
 
The Assistant Superintendent taught for three days and nights on baptism at one church and eight received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and six were baptized in Jesus’ name.
 
Equatorial Guinea ~ Regional Missionary, Peter Mua family
 
A total of thirty-nine received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, six were delivered from evil spirits, and five were healed from different sicknesses.
 
Gabon ~ Reported by Pastor Desire family
 
During regular services there were nineteen baptized in Jesus’ name and five received the baptism of the Holy Spirit. 
 
Two new preaching points were opened in the capital city.
 
Ghana ~ Nick Sisco & Colleen Carter families
 
During services with a recent Youth on Missions group a total of forty-seven received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and several were healed.
 
In regular services a few churches report a total of thirty-five baptized in Jesus’ name and thirty-four received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
 
An extension Bible school has resumed classes with nine students studying the Certificate level of GATS.
 
Kenya ~ Jim Crumpacker & Patrick Groves families
 
Throughout the country a total of ninety-three were baptized in Jesus’ name, forty-four received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and eighteen were healed. 
 
Three new preaching points have been started.
 
Liberia ~ Reported by Superintendent, Rev. S. Benda
 
A total of forty-nine were baptized in Jesus’ name and thirty-seven received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
 
Madagascar ~ Chris Richardson family
 
At a regional conference a total of 1,550 received the baptism of the Holy Spirit (483 children and 1,067 adults).
 
In one month, the evangelists team report that 919 received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and 457 were baptized in Jesus’ name in local churches across the island.
 
In one month, the local church pastors report that 125 received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and seventy were baptized in Jesus’ name. There were also eight reported healings.
 
Malawi ~ Chris Gibbs family
 
After several nights of prayer and fasting sixty-two were baptized in Jesus’ name.
 
There were twenty-eight baptized in Jesus’ name at three different funeral services.
 
In other services a total of forty-one received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and there were numerous testimonies of healing.
 
Namibia ~ Keith Ikerd family – reported by Assistant Superintendent, Rev. Lorens Hauseb
 
At the Easter General Conference there were twenty-one baptized in Jesus’ name and forty-one received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
 
There were fifteen graduates at the Bible school graduation. 
 
Nigeria ~ Gerry McLean & Steve Phelps families
 
One of our pastors baptized eight in Jesus’ name including his grandmother and one pastor. Three also received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
 
At the dedication of the newly completed Bible school church auditorium three were baptized in Jesus’ name. At the first regular Sunday service after the dedication, three more were baptized in Jesus’ name.
 
A senior pastor started a branch work in his home village in January. He baptized forty-four in Jesus’ name last week and several received the baptism of the Holy Spirit. One native doctor brought his charms and curious arts to the baptismal service where they were all burned before he was baptized.
 
Togo ~ Reported by Associate Missionary, Logan Blackmon
 
There were twenty-six baptized in Jesus’ name at one of the prisons.
 
At Easter Convention a total of thirty-five received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, one was baptized in Jesus’ name, and thirteen claimed their healing.
 
Zimbabwe ~ Michael Long family
 
At the National Conference there were nineteen baptized in Jesus’ name and twenty-five received the baptism of the Holy Spirit (six received the Holy Spirit when coming out of the waters of baptism). The overall attendance increased by 200 from last year’s conference.
Vision for Africa Ministries, Foreign Missions Division,8855 Dunn Road, Hazelwood, MO 63042

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