Revival of Pentecostal churches in the Erongo Region

Eileen van der Schyff

Twenty one different churches and all together 400 people attended the Pentecostal Conference this past weekend. The conference was behind the police station in Tutaleni, Walvis Bay in a big tent. Pentecostal church Bishops, Pastors and leaders together with their church members people took part in the conference with the next one just around the corner.

The aim of the calling of all Pentecostal churches is to bring back those brothers and sister who became trapped in foreign churches and misleading and strange doctrines. “The mission of the Pentecostal churches is to support the government, especially the Namibian police in fighting crime, drug abuse and combating Domestic Violence and to help community members and victims in such cases of ghetto fires.” Said Harol Haoseb in an interview with the Namib Times on Wednesday morning. Pentecostal churches all over the Erongo Region are invited to attend the next conference in revival efforts of Pentecostal churches. The conference will start at 19:00 on Friday evening and then again at 12:00 to 16:00 on Saturday. Later also on, Saturday evening, the conference will start again at 19:00 to late. On Sunday the conference will start at 08:30 in the morning and will end at 15:00.
If there are any queries or if anyone wants to make any kind of donation toward the Revival of Pentecostal churches, please don’t hesitate to contact Pastor Nehemia at 081 165 9959.

To read more: pick up your copy of the Namib Times at any retail outlet in Walvis Bay and Swakopmund. Available in Windhoek at selected stores, at Arandis (Shoprite and Arandis Service Station); Usakos; Henties Bay (Spar; Woermann Brock) and Windhoek (Windhoek: Shoprite Maerua Mall; Shoprite Katutura; Shoprite Ind. Av; Shoprite Lafrenz Industrial; Shoprite Okurayangava; Shoprite U-Save; Fountain OK Foods (Baines); Maerua Superspar).

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