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LeeAnna Fitzgerel on August 16, 2015 at 12:52 AM said:

I checked out the Hall of Fame once more, and see there are a number of names missing that I would love to see on there in the coming years. Bro. I. H. Terry sent out so many ministers, pastor's and missionaries. I think he deserves to be there. Missouri's own beloved Bro. Harry Branding was a faithful, loved man, who not only sent out a lot of preachers, he was also a preacher's friend.
Bro. Dallas Mefford has also sent out ministers to carry the gospel, a well as building a church in such a sinful place.
I'm sure everyone wants to see their pastor on there, but these men I listed are much greater than the pastors of "us 4 and no more."

Hi LeAnna, thanks for writing. I don't really understand what you mean by "us 4 and no more". Perhaps you could explain your thoughts. We try to honor ministers from every organization and fellowship. Just because we have not placed some of these individuals you mentioned in the HALL of FAME doesn't mean they won't get there. This is a process that we take seriously. We don't just select names out of a hat. But thanks for your concern. ~Dr. Gary W. Garrett~
Deb Carambot, Jacksonville, Florida on July 31, 2015 at 11:51 AM said:

Thank you all for your work in creating this website. In searching for some link to my Pentecostal heritage, your website gave me that connection. It is wonderful to read articles written by G.T. Haywood, who baptized my grandfather, Stanley Stevens. My grandpa then traveled, evangelizing throughout Texas, Minnesota, and elsewhere preaching the Acts 2:38 Jesus name message of salvation. He finally founded Bethel Tabernacle in Indianapolis, Indiana, where I was baptized as a young girl, in 1973, in the name of Jesus! Praise be to God!
Anonymous on July 1, 2015 at 12:02 PM said:

Listening to BVOV Network, hearing Sister Billye Brim of Prayer Mountain in the Ozarks and Sister Gloria Copeland during the lunch break of SWBC 2015...Sister Billye is sharing her heritage, shared about her family, the Pickards and Bro Charles Parham. I attended Christ for The Nations in '72-73, where I learned that I had been taken by "religion" and needed to accept Christ and be born again and filled with Holy Spirit!! I had the priviledge of being an occasional housekeeper for Sister Pauline Parham! Dean of Women at CFNI! Thanks for your sharing of our spiritual heritage...GOD still IS the plan for US of A!! Jesus IS LORD! and indeed He is coming soon! Blessings Jane Clough H

Thanks for writing! I appreciate your words!
Dr. Gary W. Garrett
Samantha Jackson on June 23, 2015 at 1:25 PM said:

Greetings from California - Thank you for this website! It is so encouraging to see/read about those who came before me. You are never too young nor old to educate yourself on the rudiments and history of our faith. I am forever grateful to be a young woman of God. The best is truly yet to come. God Bless.

God bless you Samantha! Thanks for writing! I am glad that the Apostolic Archives has been a help to you.

Regards,
Dr. Gary William Garrett
rev. ron wright on June 13, 2015 at 8:58 PM said:

i so enjoy reading the way God is moving . my father thr rev. Donald l. Wright at 80 years old still caring the true message. needs pray his health is going down. he refuse to set down lol. he says he cant find anywhere God says to retire please pray for him.i was born and raised in the wonderful truth. and want to carry on in my fathers steps . i read so much of other preacher on here it keeps me encouraged . thanks for holding on to the old paths.i have study on and read so much on this truth i just want keep on this path. Rev. Ron wright ,Arkansas 479-653-7038
Yvonne Magnia on June 9, 2015 at 1:13 PM said:

I am looking for old archived copies of gospel tidings from the Western District in 1969. Maybe a May or June copy.
I am searching for the dates of our youth camp where I first recieved the Holy Ghost, Brother Royce Elms preached that year, I believe.
Thanks for any help!
God bless!
Sister Yvonne Magnia
Deborah Hill on June 5, 2015 at 4:55 PM said:

Would love to know more on the faith. Would like to join a good church. Havent been to church in awhile. Thank you. Lazybones5386@ yahoo.com
Joseph Patterson on May 26, 2015 at 8:03 AM said:

Grace & Peace Dr. Garrett!

May the Lord continue to bless you on the work that you are doing with the Apostolic Archives. Information about this great Patrich and Matriarch of the Gospel gives me a determination to be SAVED.

Blessings my friend! I love your appreciation for the Apostolic Archives. Keep us in your prayers! ~Dr. Gary William Garrett~
Bill Parker - South Flint Tabernacle, Flint, Michi on May 2, 2015 at 7:00 AM said:

What a wonderful collection of Apostolic history! Thank you for your hard work of putting all of this together.

You are very welcome Bro. Bill. Glad your enjoying it! Do me a favor. Spread the good news to all of your friends!
Billy on April 25, 2015 at 12:37 PM said:

if anybody has Bro. R.E Johnson messages, one I am looking for in particular is College at Calvary. I know it was preached at Alabama district camp I believe in 1976. Please let me know
PS Clemetson on April 23, 2015 at 11:30 PM said:

I love to see our history And those who have gone before us. Thank you for this site. Seattle
Dr. Gary W. Garrett on April 22, 2015 at 7:39 AM said:

Hi Jessica,
Please call me at (417) 291-1667 for the proper arrangements.
Blessings to you!

Dr. Gary W. Garrett
CEO
Apostolic Archives International
Jessica Mae Richardson on April 21, 2015 at 7:14 PM said:

Praise the LORD! He alone is worthy of all the glory and all the honor and all the praise and your site is bringing much honor, glory and praise to our Lord Jesus Chris in this earthly realm. I fond your page just now and it is a great relief and support tot he mission the Lord has called me forth. succinctly, I would like to submit my late great father's archives to Apostolic Archives Int. His name was Benjamin I Richardson and he was a minister in the service of the risen Christ. The Lord awarded him a five-fold ministry under the venerable auspices of the Refuge Church of Christ Apostolic Faith Inc. I recorded his life story in video and audio form as well as preserved archives of ministerial hymn books and articles that he wrote, sermon notes, etc. I would like to submit them to your organization asap. I was my father's caregiver for 3.5 years (2009 to 2012). He was the appointed to young peoples chancellor at Christ Temple in 1931 AD. appointed by GT Haywood and his wife. He served there until Haywood passed away and when Tobin came into his stead. He was instrumental in the planting and building up of many churches. Daddy was 99 years of age when the Lord established his covenant with him. JMR Posting.
Dr. Gary W. Garrett at Apostolic Archives on April 16, 2015 at 12:26 PM said:

Hi Timothy! Thanks for writing. Please email me at: drgarywgarrett@yahoo.com We are interested in the cassettes!
Timothy Mark Gunter on April 16, 2015 at 11:35 AM said:

I have some of R.E. Johnson's cassettes as well as a few other well-known Pastor's & Evangelists if you're interested. Enjoying your collection!

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