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December 6, 2018
at 2:18 PM said:
I ordered the Magee/ Toddy debate...never receive them...emailed this wed site and never received any response....THANK YOU
Hazel, we have emailed you with a response. But you chose to escalate your complaint. The CD's have been mailed. You will receive them sometime this week.
Dr. Charles H. Miller, Jr.
November 29, 2018
at 6:12 AM said:
I have just discovered the Apostolic Archives. I am impressed with the great information found there. As a committed saint it is so encouraging to know there are resources like these available to the world.
Founder and Pastor of The Conservspeak Christian Ministry, International, LLC.
CCM, Int. is a fully Oneness Apostolic evangelistic ministry having served in America, England, East Africa and India. International travel has included Israel.
Blessings to all, in Jesus Name.
November 12, 2018
at 12:02 PM said:
We respect many of these Pentecostal figures.I appreciate the great art of GT Haywood.Our pentestolic organasation has just begun but this is a go to site for all apostolics.
November 7, 2018
at 12:14 PM said:
http://godfervor.com/fabricated-doctrines/ is a blog post in which I included a link to your page showing how the baptism formula was changed. Thanks for providing those sources. I want to see more churches restored to the way they were in the first century.
Pastor Marvin Davis
November 3, 2018
at 8:27 AM said:
Thankful for the rich history and sites that make it known!
October 31, 2018
at 6:36 PM said:
We apreciatte the helpful history and pentecostal hermeuneutics.Your site is very well made God bless you all
Bishop Mark August, A.C.T.S. Church
October 25, 2018
at 8:33 AM said:
I am Bishop Mark August of A.C.T.S. Church, an AWCF member. I wanted to express how much our movement needs this website and how important it is for preserving the story of and the many aspects of our faith. I would also like to nominate Dr. Irvin Baxter Jr. to be inducted into the "Hall of Fame" registry, due to his doctrinal contributions and his social pioneering in becoming the first Oneness Pentecostal to operate a t.v. show broadcast on major "Christian" networks.
October 20, 2018
at 4:09 PM said:
Wonderful Apostolic his-tory (our story) recorded here. More details on the church organizations history would be very helpful. It is good to know that Bro. N. Urshan has roots starting from the early 1900's. Bro. AD Urshan amen.
Roger, Cleiton, Luan e Stefany. BRASIL
October 14, 2018
at 7:15 AM said:
Saudações da Igreja Apostólica do Brasil. (Bishop Lambeth)
July 4, 2018
at 6:58 AM said:
Praise the Lord. I am really enjoying this web site. I was raised in cogic where I received the Holy Ghost and later got baptized in Jesus Name.
Christina Johnson garrett
June 3, 2018
at 8:46 AM said:
Margaret Giles Johnson Ofei
Liberia Africa 1946
My grandmother killing go information on her missionary work she did for church.
I know she ran a school and coco fields she was instrumental in helping to build church there. Please please contact me with any info.
JaNice Victoria Hall Kennedy
May 27, 2018
at 6:54 PM said:
Dr. Ellen Moore Hopkins - Samuel Grimes School in Kakata, Liberia.
Hello, what a Blessing in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. I have been looking for information on Samuel Grimes Academy of Midwifery in Kakata, Liberia, West Africa for years. As a child, we called the school "Miss Moore Mission" I lived across the street from the school with my grandmother, the Late Victoria Dunn Hall. My father, the Late James Douglas Hall, Sr. attended Miss Moore Mission as a child. I attended the day school also. I was transferred to the boarding school and cried so much, that Miss Moore walked me across the road to my grandmother. I matriculated to the USA as a child of 9 and used to write letters to my grandmother in care of the Samuel Grimes Midwifery Academy.
In July of 1995, my husband, Emmett E. Kennedy took me home to Liberia. The first place I wanted to see was my grandmother's house and Miss Moore Mission. The driver stopped the car in front of an empty desolate lot. When I questioned him where we were? he said, "Ma, you wanted to see Miss Moore Mission. Here it here oh." I broke down and cried until I had no tears left. Such pain I felt. Since May 1970, and now it was 1995, since I've set foot in Liberia. Since I played Hopscotch or knock foot on Miss Moore property and or my grandmother's land. I showed my husband where the cafeteria used to be, the two walls of the church was all that was left. As we were walking on the land, I told my husband how I used to feed the baby alligator in a square hole in the ground that was on the side of the stairs leading up to Miss Moore office. We found a square cement hole, however, no baby alligator. While sitting on my grandmother's porch, we could hear the choir singing from the church "I surrender All" What a joy and a blessing.
I can go on and on with my stories of my beloved Miss Moore. She delivered me on December 21, 1961 at 8:00p.m. according to my father. A registered nurse who also attended my birth. God is Good.
May 18, 2018
at 4:32 PM said:
Oh what a treasure trove of information and this gives me a sense of belonging to something special. I pray for continual blessings upon all those individuals who took the time to gather such great heritage passed on from generation to generation. May God's Blessing overtake you all for such a time as this! Thank you!????
Rev.Dr. Stephen Gough
April 18, 2018
at 11:31 AM said:
Just discovered this site with a great wealth of information. I know a number of the ministers of the gospel listed her. Will come back to further look. God is great and greatly to be praised.
Pastor Jeff Akers
April 2, 2018
at 9:03 AM said:
what a great resource for information. This is a blessing .
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