CAC GENERAL COUNCIL VIDEOS ARE NOW AVAILABLE

On August 23-25 the apostolic fathers and leaders of the apostolic networks that make up the Communion of Apostolic Churches gathered in General Council at the King Church in Jacksonville, Florida. Apostolic leaders from India, Africa, Canada and the USA participated in this historic gathering. The purpose of the General Council was to review and discuss the CAC’s core doctrinal beliefs, architectural wineskin or structure, and governmental order to better align the ministries and churches that make up the communion with the revelation of Christ, His Kingdom, and governmental order of the Apostolic Church that Jesus Himself entrusted to the apostles of the Lamb and first ascension-gift apostles in the beginning of Christianity. The gathering was a powerful time of discussion and dialog, worship and prayer, prophesying and activation of ministers, and mobilization of resources for mission, all done in the presence of the King of Glory.

In addition to the above the General Council received into membership of the CAC the COMMUNION OF COVENANT CHURCHES (an apostolic sphere of 7,000 Churches in India). It seated two apostolic fathers of networks of ministers and churches as members of the General Council and three apostolic fathers as members of its Executive Council. During the worship and commissioning service on Thursday evening, the General Council commissioned Apostle George Kouri and His wife Sandra to move to India for a season to establish the CAC’s International Office for the All Nations Global Mission, Apostle James Rabbavarapu to head the CAC’s India Apostolic Campaign and Apostle Manfred North Peigan to head CAC’s First Nations Apostolic Campaign. It also launched the CAC’s North American Apostolic Campaign.

The videos of the council meeting are available for viewing at http://kingschurchjax.com/video-podcasts.

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