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I Believe in Global Missions

Posted by LJ Harry in Sheaves for Christ. No Comments

17th September

“What is Sheaves for Christ?” I inquired. My pastor, Steven Dickson in Mandeville, Louisiana asked me to join the youth group to go out on the street to collect money for Sheaves for Christ. I have to be honest—I did not want to go that day. It was the middle of a hot, humid Louisiana summer! We went several weekends every month to the street and collected money in our Sheaves for Christ cans.

Just three months earlier on April 3, 1988 was the first time I ever attended a United Pentecostal Church. In that service, God delivered me from drug addiction and a life of darkness. I was baptized in Jesus’ name, and two days later I was filled with the baptism of the Holy Ghost. God gave me a brand new life. As a new convert, I began to … Read More »



Our 2015 Adventure

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21st July

This summer, Apostolic Youth Corps (AYC) traveled to nine destinations around the world. 482 young people applied to be a part of AYC this year, and they ministered, experienced new locations and cultures, and made lifelong friendships and memories. God is moving mightily around the world, and AYC is helping to bring laborers to hungry, hurting people. We’re excited to share with you reports of all that God is doing around the world through Apostolic Youth Corps!

Ireland
AYC Ireland kicked off our travel season with ninety-nine participants—our largest team ever. The team was able to tour Dublin and the beautiful Irish coast. They ministered in four churches their first Sunday where three were filled with the Holy Ghost for the first time! AYC students were also able to be a part of the Belfast Conference with Rev. Cunningham. Team members took … Read More »






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