Ministry celebrates first anniversary of its founding

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The exodus Pentecostal Ministry celebrated it’s first anniversary on Sunday in Port Moresby.
The followers of the ministry performed dramas and presented items and testimonies.
The ministry started in 2014 and was registered on April 25 last year with the Investment Promotion Authority.
“Our focus is to believe in the word of God. And with prayer and fasting we can fight against some of our current affairs like corruption and sorcery,” Pastor Suckling Colla said.
“We are standing in the truth which we have seen the Lord’s hand through our ministry.
“We have prayed for sick, problems, and worst we have cast demons out of possessed people practicing witchcraft.”
In a drama presentation during the event, Brother Boda Toi said: “We have to have a Christ-like mind as in the book of James (1.6:8) “to help us to cast demons and strong holds”.
He said it was important that Christians emulate Christ to do what he did and to preach the good news of his death.
The ministry’s Port Moresby members come from 6-Mile, 9-Mile, Gerehu and Morata suburbs.
The Port Moresby members were joined by pastors Goro Suna, Saklin Kola and brothers Toi and John Bayo from Chimbu.

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