The National, Thursday October 17th, 2013
THEY say life begins at 40 for humans to really realise their potential.
In the corporate world, an entity’s life begins after a four-year incubation period.
Going by this adage, a small fellowship at Murray Barracks Area Theatre has shed three years of incubation and is ready to move forward.
The Papua New Guinea Revival Fellowship is ready to move forward. It will be celebrating its fourth anniversary on Saturday.
This celebration is unique because it was thought that the small fellowship would die out within three years.
But God be praised, the fellowship has survived to reach its fourth year and many good things are in store.
The Papua New Guinea Revival Fellowship – a totally different entity from the Revival Centres of PNG – began having fellowship at Manu Autoport’s residential area.
“We are confident that we are a bud of prophecy. We moved by God’s guidance and with God, we are moving forward in great strides,” Pastor Andrew Asmann said.
Today, the PNG Revival Fellowship has fellowships in Port Moresby, Lae, Popondetta and Mt. Hagen. Madang and others plan to form theirs.
The Revival Fellowship stresses that a mature Christian should be weaned from the milk (Acts 2:38).