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Looking Backward, Forward, and Inward to Move Forward Victoriously: 2022 Manila International Mission Conference

Looking Backward, Forward, and Inward to Move Forward Victoriously: 2022 Manila International Mission Conference

Dr. Elijah Kim reports on the 7th Manila International Mission Conference that took place on August 5-6, 2022. The theme of the conference was “Revive Us in the Midst of COVID-19,” attracting nearly 2,000 delegates from 17 countries. After finishing the Manila International Mission Conference of 2022, it really feels like we’ve been running at […]

Charismatic Leaders Fellowship 2022

Charismatic Leaders Fellowship 2022

This year’s Charismatic Leaders Fellowship met Monday, February 21st thru Thursday the 24th in Augusta, at the Alleluia Covenant Community. This was our fourth year in a row there.[1] It is a great place to have a meeting as the families of the Community host us for “bed and breakfast,” and the quality of the […]

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