Message from Pastor Nelson

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We write to report about Pastor Victor Samoilenko’s visit to Malawi.

We had a wonderful time together where we held conferences for four days in Blantyre and Lilongwe. He managed to visit fourteen churches where people were baptized in water and in the holy spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues. The distance covered in Malawi and Mozambique during this time exceeded 2000 KM.

His visit reminded us of 1991 when Revival Centres Church had just begun and then it was his second visit which was in October then. He, during that time met the few of us who were around and preached the gospel to us as well as encouraged us to receive the holy spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues. Furthermore he encouraged to us get baptized through a full water immersion and at the end of it all he prayed for us to receive the holy ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues.

He also extended his visit to the rural areas where people received the holy spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues.

Pastor Victor’s annual visits as well as other brothers and sisters who have also been visiting Malawi, have among other important things helped the acceleration of the church’s growth. The progress is outstanding and many people are getting saved. Many wonderful things are happening and we are proudly celebrating that the church here has clocked 26 years and this is because of your prayers and support.

We are very grateful and proud of you, all our brothers and sisters for your generous and relentless support. Our prayers are with you that you continue to support the church in Africa.

Remain Blessed,
Pastor Nelson.


Pastor Simon Longfield is the principal pastor of the Revival Centres. His father, Lloyd Longfield started the church in the 1950's. Pastor Simon is based in Melbourne, and has undertaken missionary work in Africa, Papua New Guinea, India, Arnhem Land (Australia) and other places. He is married with three (adult) children.

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  1. john andrews : August 6, 2016 at 9:52 am

    We rejoice with our brothers and sisters in Malawi in the Lords work .

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