Lloyd Gill has just returned on behalf of 'Peace' from some fruitful ministry in both Tanzania and Kenya meeting with key brothers, congregations and ministries in Dar 'es Salaam, and also in Nairobi and the surrounding areas.

In Tanzania during December 6-9, Lloyd spoke and ministered for Pastor Job, a dear brother who he was able to serve with teaching, impartation and prayer. The apostolic grace that is on our lives, is tangible, and truly flows when we go with the purpose to give and serve others.

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Over the last few weeks John Alley has been ministering in South Africa and Kenya. In South Africa, John was joined by Dennis Wells and Peter Staines. John described their time with these words:

"We have been in South Africa a week, and it’s been good. I always enjoy South Africa. When we first arrived, we met some key pastors, and then began ministry at the Youth Camp.

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Trust God And Pray

David Alley brings the first part of today’s message, sharing both his most recent mission trip to Africa and a message focusing on trusting the all-powerful God in every situation. We cannot trust ourselves, says David, we must trust in God. And we must pray! David cites several instances where people in various parts of Africa faced dire situations and, as well as taking the necessary practical steps, pressed in with prayer – and saw results. David Hood follows with an exhortation to the people to recognize that we live in a spiritual atmosphere and are impacted by an unseen spirit realm. David encourages the listener to refresh themselves to pray and to engage the enemy of our souls with spiritual warfare.

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Other Messages About: Trust, Africa, Prayer, Mission, Spiritual Warefare

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Urgent Need - African Apostolic Schools

We need your help Immediately! - We must purchase tickets this week.
In July we have 2 apostolic schools in Africa - Kenya first, then Uganda.
However trips to Africa are very expensive, and though we have some funds towards this trip, there is still a large shortfall. The shortfall is $7440.

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