Apostolic Faith Holds 2019 Annual Camp Meeting in Igbesa



Gbenro Adesina/Ibadan

Igbesa, a sleepy town in Ogun State, came to life when members of the Apostolic Faith Church from around the world visited the church located in Faith City, Ketu Adie Owe Road, near Atan-Agbara Road for its 2019 annual camp meeting.

The meeting on the theme “The Gospel of Power and Exploits”, which will last three weeks from August 4 to 25, 2019, is preceded by a 3-day Workers / Ministers Conference from August 1 to 3, 2019.

Some of the planned activities include Bible teaching, a film showing, a sermon, sacred music, a seminar and testimonies. In addition, there will be a musical concert on Saturday August 10 and a youth concert on Saturday August 17.

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Earlier, Regional Overseer and Pastor in charge of the Ibadan Regional Headquarters, Solomon Oyekanmi, urged members to come to the meeting with the belief that God will answer their prayers, stressing, “Faith City is our Zion on earth.” .

He noted that the Church of the Apostolic Faith serves a living God, who does not fail and who is always ready to respond to everyone in their time of need.

In addition, Pastor Michael Olalere of Idi-Ape Zonal Church had urged church members to strive to attend this year’s meeting in other to use the time to seek the face of God in the name of Nigeria, especially with the rising insecurity in the country.

He noted that tremendous blessings await those who come to Camp Meeting, pointing out that overwhelming miracles, physically and spiritually, await members.

This year’s meeting is expected to bring together church members from across West Africa and from church headquarters in Oregon, Portland, the United States of America, the United States and other other branches around the world. In addition, past and present dignitaries and government officials are expected.

The Church of the Apostolic Faith is a worldwide Christian organization, headquartered in Portland, USA. The Western and Central head office is based in Lagos, Nigeria. As a trinitarian and foundational church, the doctrinal beliefs of the church are basic biblical truths, including defined experiences of salvation, sanctification, and baptism with the Holy Spirit.


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