Honoring Pastor William Seymour, the award is given to national and international leaders. William Seymour Award recipients are recognized for years of dedicated service in ministry, integrity, and leadership.
Contact: Fred Berry, 323-692-7268, firstname.lastname@example.org
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19, 2014 /Christian Newswire
/ -- The William Seymour award recipient will be announced during the "Walk of Remembrance" celebration in Los Angeles on Saturday Feb. 22, 2014 at 12 noon.
The 2014 National William Seymour award recipients are Al and Hattie Hollingsworth, founders of Boss the Movement leadership training and Aldelano Corporation. This year's WSA is being given to a husband and wife team much like the husband/wife team of William Seymour and Jennie Seymour. Al Hollingsworth and his wife (Hattie) have pioneered training for youth and adults in Kingdom business.
They are board members for Empowered21 which is a gathering of pentecostal leaders from around the world. Empowered21 is an organization that is helping shape the future of the spirit-empowered movement.
Al is on a member of the ORU Board of Trustees - Oral Roberts University is an interdenominational Christian liberal arts university located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Founded in 1963 by evangelist Oral Roberts.
Al Hollingsworth -- wealthy business leader, international speaker, minister of the Gospel and owner of the Aldelano Packaging Corporation. With over 42 years in business, Al Hollingsworth has grown Aldelano Packaging Corporation into a successful contract packaging corporation with plants that service major and Fortune 500 clients including American Airlines, Proctor & Gamble, Toyota, General Mills, Red Bull and Verizon. Aldelano packaging is known for exceptional service and value.
B.O.S.S. (Global Inc.) Founded in 1995 having operations out of Northern & Southern California, Washington, DC., Atlanta, Alaska, Mississippi, Japan, Kenya, South Africa, Switzerland, Ghana, Jamaica, Italy, Ukraine, Brazil, Belgium, Philippines, Indonesia and the Bahamas
Fred and Wilma Berry founders of the Azusa Street Mission & Historical Society have been awarding pastors and leaders the William Seymour Award since 2006. Prior recipients of the W.J. Seymour award have been: Bishop Charles E. Blake, the COGIC presiding Bishop USA; Pastor Sunday Adelaja, from Kiev, Ukraine; Dr. Patricia Bailey-Jones USA; Apostle John Eckhardt USA; Dr. Myles Munroe from Nassau, Bahamas; and Apostle Sam Korankye Ankrah from Accra, Ghana; Pastor Jabes de Alencar Sao Paulo, Brazil and Pastor Silas Malafaia in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
There will be a special announcement about the planned memorial wall dedicated to the birth of a movement that now numbers over a half billion members of Pentecostal Churches worldwide.
About Azusa Street Mission & Historical Society: Fred and Wilma Berry founded the Azusa Street Mission and Historical Society (Azusa Street Mission) in 2006. The purpose of Azusa Street Mission is to educate the public about the historical significance of the Azusa Street Revival and the global Pentecostal movement's impact on society. For additional information, see www.azusastreetmission.org
Contact Fred & Wilma Berry