Africa @Revival Newsletter October 2015

There were nine who received the baptism of the Holy Spirit in a village all night prayer meeting.
A new church plant was moved from a home to a renting place and has had seventy first-time visitors so far.
Burkina Faso ~ Ken Cantrell & Zach Sportsman families
The political situation has calmed down and presidential elections are re-scheduled for November 29th. The missionaries and church people are safe and looking forward to great things. 
Several have been baptized in Jesus’ name in the last few weeks.
Equatorial Guinea ~ Regional Missionary, Peter Mua family
There were six baptized in Jesus’ name and four received the baptism of the Holy Spirit. There were also four healed from various sicknesses and two ladies delivered from demonic oppression.
Gabon ~ Randy Adams family – reported by Pastor Désiré
There were eight baptized in Jesus’ name and several were renewed and refreshed in their walk with Christ.
Ghana ~ Nick Sisco & Colleen Carter families
After a very successful National Council there were sixteen pastors ordained. All sixteen are former Bible school students.
Kenya ~ Jim Crumpacker & Patrick Groves families
Throughout the country a total of forty were baptized in Jesus’ name, seventy received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and sixty-eight reported healings.
Madagascar ~ Chris Richardson family
Several local church revivals report forty-five received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and twenty-nine were baptized in Jesus’ name. 
Malawi ~ Chris Gibbs family
During several district conferences seventy-one received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Two new branch churches received roofs and were opened for services. 
A woman who was a sorcerer in the village was delivered and received the baptism of the Holy Spirit. She burned all of her witchcraft items in a fire later that night.
Mozambique ~ Regional Missionary, Cezar Moraes family
At the General Conference the three-month training program for pastors and evangelists was finished.
At one provincial training conference there were fifty-five baptized in Jesus’ name including six former Trinitarian pastors. During the training conferences a total of thirty-nine received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Nigeria ~ Gerry McLean & Steve Phelps families
A Oneness Seminar was just completed where eighty-three were baptized in Jesus’ name and fifty-one received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
One of the pastors invited an evangelist to his church. Twenty-seven were baptized in Jesus’ name and eleven received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
From April to August one pastor baptized thirty-four in Jesus’ name and twenty-one received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Uganda ~ Phil Tolstad family
At a seminar and church dedication, thirty received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and thirteen were baptized in Jesus’ name. Two new pastors have committed to work with our church and one is attending the Bible College.
A new church in the capital city baptized seventeen in Jesus’ name last week and thirty more will be baptized this week.
There are two new pastors who have joined our church and are now preaching the Apostolic message. They were baptized in Jesus’ name and received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Every week the missionary receives reports of healings and miracles happening throughout the churches. One pastor reported never before seeing so many healings in his ministry.
One pastor says he met with a group of leaders from another church who would like to join our church. They are being taught the Apostolic doctrine. They are hungry for a move of God in their churches.
There were thirteen graduates from the diploma course at Apostolic Bible College and five also received their GATS Certificate. 
Zambia ~ Gary Abernathy family
At two regional conferences a total of twenty received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and two were delivered from demon possession. There were also several baptized in Jesus’ name after the conferences.
A regional children’s crusade reported that twenty-eight children received the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
During a regional leadership meeting one teacher could barely walk and was in a lot of pain. The ladies prayed for her and the next day she came to the meeting walking normal and without pain.

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