18 January 2013

Liberia: Christ Healing Chapel Founder Arrives in Liberia Today

The founder and general overseer of the Christ Healing Chapel Pentecostal Church of New Matadi Drive, Rev. Major N. Parker, Sr. will today lead a team of missionaries and pastors from the United States of America. As the team leaves the Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis Minnesota, USA for Liberia, the church has planned series of activities to witness the man of Gd minister to his congregation again among which include consecration and deliverance services, revival, workshops and worship service.

The visit of Rev. Parker and his team will also focus on the children ministry of the church by teaching them to be obedient and productive citizens for the future and useful in building the nation. The team will be welcome with a thanksgiving service on Sunday, January 20 at 11:a.m in the edifice of the church.

Rev. Parker will grace the service with a message under the theme, "Moving for the church to Body" with text drawn from Acts 2:41-47. The Christ Healing Chapel Pentecostal Church in Liberia was established by Rev. Parker since August 8, 1992.

The vision of the church is to seek God's face to provide spiritual and physical needs for His people especially those with heavy burdens. Rev. Parker's residence in the USA is to expand the gospel of Christ. He now serves as Cross Cultural Minister with the Lutheran Church of the Master in Brooklyn Center, USA.

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