26 November 2012

Angola: 7th Day Adventist Church With New Young Preaching Organisation

Huambo — A group of forty nine young preachers of the 7th Day Adventist Church was sworn in Saturday in the central Huambo province, as members of the club and ambassadors dubbed Pirilampo da Luz.

The organisation established in October, the first of 7th Day Adventist Church aims at expanding the gospel in every corner of Huambo province and the world.

The leader of the religious group, Luz Adriano urged the members to announce the gospel, stating that "as of today, you are ambassadors of Christ on earth, who has entrusted the mission to proclaim the gospel throughout the world.

The priest explained that the club was baptized with the name "Firefly Light (Pirilampo)" to illuminate the brothers who are still in darkness, to be converted into the light.

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