Sun, 20 May 2012 17:03 - Updated Sun, 20 May 2012 17:02
Pentecostal church creates programme to help needy people
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Luanda – The God’s Assembly Pentecostal Church has created programmes aimed at training people to help people needy people in Madeira ward, in Maianga District.
The information was given to ANGOP on Sunday, in Luanda, by the pastor António Barros Ventura, on the fringes of the closing ceremony of the First Biblical Revival Conference, held on 14-20 May, under the theme “The God of multiplication”.
The pastor revealed that his congregation also intends to build a medical centre in the mentioned ward.
“These programmes will support all persons, regardless of their social background or religion. It is a way of promoting fraternal love (…)”, explained the cleric.