On Sunday, October 7, 2018 at our 11 a.m service we had a celebration for the 6th anniversary of Christ Star Church of God. We were honored to have Father Bayo Adrien and his wife Ayano from the Imani Temple and Michiko Yokoyama and William Selig from the NOVA Family Church share together in this celebration.
Bishop Franklin Fountain of Fountain of Youth Cathedral in Bridgeport was host and main presenter at our Sept. 22 prayer breakfast. He played the piano, Rev. Hawkins played drums and Keiko Breland began the program by leading us in singing “Amazing Grace.”
Rev. Chris Salera asked ACLC to hold a prayer breakfast at his church, and on Sept. 22 forty of us gathered at Christ Chosen Generation Church in Jersey City. Dr. Lizzie Alston (pastor of Universal Church of God, Roselle), was the MC. Rev. Gloria Killings, (Dean of Ministries, Union Baptist Church, Passaic) gave a very deep prayer which encompassed and uplifted everything to the altar to God. [Read more…]
Forty-plus clergy and church leaders from a number of denominations and churches gathered on Sept. 22 in Washington, D.C., for an ACLC Clergy Bible Forum. Archbishop George A. Stallings, Jr. and Dr. Michael Jenkins, National Co-Chairs of ACLC, led the group through a deep investigation of the coming of Jesus, his course and his crucifixion. Archbishop Stallings, using Luke 5: 37-38, told the group of clergy that “we must become new wineskins today to receive the new wine that God is asking us to drink.” [Read more…]
Forty clergy and guests gathered to hear Apostle James C. Thomas, Sr. at our prayer breakfast Thursday, September 20, 2018. Apostle Thomas is the Senior Pastor of the Chosen Generation International Ministries in Lilburn, Georgia. He had just returned from Korea, where he and a dozen other American clergy took part in the International Leadership Conference sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation. While in Korea, Apostle Thomas had a life-changing experience where he felt more deeply the meaning of John 3:16, that “God so loved the world.” [Read more…]