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Young Vincentian Missionary to lead crusade


A young Vincentian missionary, Reverend Adolf Davis, is the crusade leader in a revival crusade to be held by the Methodist Church from June 8th to June 13th.

The revival crusade to be held at Biabou is being organized by the Georgetown/Mt Coke Circuit of the church, which has as its year- long theme “Holy Spirit Heal, Restore and Energize Us”.{{more}} The Church Mission and Evangelism Committee has identified Biabou as a revival site to shed healing, restoration and empowerment and extend holiness in our land.

Methodists in the area have been praying for some weeks now that during this upcoming week of revival God will stir hearts and turn lives to Jesus Christ.

Davis, who is presently a missionary in the Guyana District, will be accompanied by his wife Michele Davis. A faithful and passionate man of God, Rev Davis is the son of Errol Noble Davis and Ela Davis, of Richland Park. The crusade leader brings with him to the mission in Biabou a grasp of the reality of Vincentian life and his powerful witness to the word of God and the call of Jesus Christ to the young and old , that they embrace Him as Savior, liberator and master.

The community of Biabou and surrounding areas are invited to attend six (6) nights of crusade from 7pm at the Biabou Hard court. The committee calls members of all churches to support this crusade with your prayers and presence. When we are “altogether in one place”, the spirit of God will heal, restore, empower and save us.