I met my husband and we married young, we had three children and were very happy. When I was 32 I had a stroke and went into a coma for ten days. When I woke up my right arm and leg were paralysed, I had palsy of the face and I couldn’t speak. I ended up in a wheelchair and became very angry and frustrated with my life. After having the stroke for ten years my husband left me and the children and when I turned 50 I was diagnosed with breast......
A delegation of 10 people from the Revival Centres Church in Australia embarked on a 12 day visit to Malawi to provide assistance to many of our churches now established there. Our delegation included Gilbert Nayna, John Nayna, Darren Deguigne, Glenn and Lorilea Duker, Tahlia Harris, Justine Lynzaat, Graham Downs and Peter & Rita Salafia. Our journey started in Melbourne on Tuesday 31 July 2018 with a flight to Perth where we were able to spend several hours with the brethren there having a wonderful time of fellowship. Pastor Trevor and the......
Over 3 days, Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Sunday, an Easter rally was held in Western Mozambique. Approximately 600 people from about 14 assemblies attended the rally. Pastor Bickiel Kiliyoni, the regional pastor for the Central and Northern regions of Malawi; Pastor B. Chimwala, area pastor for Lilongwe (the capital of Malawi) and Pastor Bonongwe from Dedza also attended the Mozambique Easter rally. A wonderful time of talks, singing, items from the various assemblies, ministry and fellowship was had by all. Everyone contributed to the food for the weekend, although there is......
The Wellington Assembly hosted approximately 80 saints at Easter Camp in the beautiful surroundings of Tatum Park in Horowhenua. There was plenty to please everyone with a confidence course, flying fox, walking tracks, or places to just sit in the sun and fellowship with the saints. For the coffee lovers, there were afternoon excursions to Ruth Pretty Catering, about 10 minutes’ drive away, and shopping in her kitchen shop for those must have kitchen essentials. Back at camp, the saints were put into catering teams and these, combined with the outdoor dining......
Bowen is a town 2 hours south of Townsville on the coast at the top of the Whitsundays. We met at the local Bowen State High School hall for our meetings, where we enjoyed gospel music, testimonies of God working in people’s lives, talks from the Bible and items ranging from musical to skits. New Years’ Eve was filled with activities, music and supper of course! We were encouraged for the year ahead and reminded of our theme scripture ‘Seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness; and all these......
On Saturday, the Ballarat Assembly hosted a Christmas Dinner Night at the Ballarat Revival Church. The Disney themed fancy dress was well attended with folk from Warrnambool and Geelong attending too. The night involved people getting up to do karaoke, with Mick Shiels doing his rendition of “I did it my Way”. The night was an opportunity to invite new people along and the chance to mingle on a social level, a great night was had by all. On Sunday, Marian, a young lady who has been attending our fellowship decided that......
Great news! Two people were baptised and filled with the Holy Spirit on Sunday 26 March at the Revival Centres Church, Olney, UK. A Polish lady living in the Midlands in the U.K., came across the Polish Revival Centres Church website and being impressed by what she read, decided to contact Pastor Konrad to ask questions about revival and salvation. After a number of telephone conversations, Konrad invited her to the Sunday meeting in Olney in the U.K., as he and Lucia, his wife, were visiting us for the weekend. Anya, the Polish......
The end of 2016 brought with it a huge sigh of relief. Another year over, another opportunity to find ourselves in the company of the saints, ready to recharge and reset for the new year. At the Freshwater Creek Christmas Camp, we did exactly that. It was a week or so, more for some, of meetings, items, fellowship, bug spray, beach visits and coffee runs. Grey weather and reluctant sunshine meant lots of opportunities to sit in caravans and share testimonies. Many spent their leisure time shooting hoops on the basketball court......
Saints from New Zealand and four states gathered at Hall Gap in the west of Victoria for six days of wonderful fellowship. A total of 170+ campers enjoyed 12 encouraging and inspiring talks and many moving testimonies of healing, deliverance from addictions and provision. On the first day, the rain made the waterfalls spillover more. The unique Grampians provided many activities with bush walking on a variety of tracks. The Tandara oval was once again the place of a cricket match and scrumptious suppers followed by card games chess and puzzles. The......