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Assemblies of God Conference promotes Discipleship over Membership

AG Creole Choir

Providenciales, 26 Jun 2015 – That is the sound of the Creole church led by Pastor Woulieme Pompilus of Community Fellowship Center on night two of the 61st General Council which is historically being held for the first time in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Premier Rufus Ewing attended on this night and brought greetings, well wishes and expressed that now more than ever, the Turks and Caicos Islands needs God.

Two families were rewarded for 19 years of service to the AG church here in the TCI; Elder Rex and Jan Messam and Elder Drexwell and Deaconness Joanna Seymour.

The speaker for the night, Rev Dr. Maxo Joseph, a dynamic preacher from Haiti challenged church leadership to stop turning Believers into membership; that the goal should be to create discipleship.

Discipleship he pointed out is the true vision of Jesus Christ, who is head of an evangelistic church. He called on the congregation to become empowered so that it could take the Caribbean for Christ.

Joseph, who is planning to run for President of Haiti in its upcoming General Elections later this year, also paid a courtesy call on Premier Ewing.

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