Azusa Street Location Expands with Bible School on the 105th Anniversary of Revival
LOS ANGELES, April 5, 2011 /Christian Newswire
/ -- The grand opening of the Azusa Street Bible School will be on April 9th during the 105th anniversary celebration of the great revival. The Azusa Street Mission is excited to announce the Azusa Street Bible School
. This is another step in fulfilling our objectives of being an Apostolic Prophetic Training Center for the Nations. We believe this bible school will be a valuable resource center for the Body of Christ. The Saints of the Almighty God must be equipped for these last days ministry. The Azusa Street Bible School is affiliated with the Vision International Education Network and is authorized to conduct education and training in cooperation with its Distance Education outreach programs.
In 2006, Fred and Wilma Berry re-opened the Azusa Street Mission location and were commissioned by Apostle Bill Hamon and the Christian International Board of regents to Pastor the new Azusa Street Mission. Since that time of commissioning they have taught the Apostolic Prophetic training sessions on Azusa Street and have graduated over 300 pastors and leaders into the present truth of God's word concerning the gifts of the Spirit and the prophetic realm. The Azusa Street Mission has offices in Brazil, Ghana, Belgium and Ukraine and expects to open mission training schools in 10 locations around the world.
The next Apostolic Prophetic Training
on Azusa Street in Los Angeles, will be April 8th & 9th, 2011. Registration is open to the public Fred and Wilma Berry affectionately known, as "God's Living Flint-Stones" will celebrate their 16th wedding anniversary July 2011.
There is a 100 year prophecy given by William Seymour through the Holy Spirit in 1910 stating, "Again in about 100 years, the Lord will return and visit His people. Again He will pour out His Spirit in a greater portion than Azusa Street revival." We are expanding and expecting great things on Azusa Street.
Fred and Wilma Berry founded the Azusa Street Mission and Historical Society in 2006. The purpose of the ASMHS is to educate the public about the historical significance of the Azusa Street Mission and the global Pentecostal Movement impact on society. Our mission is to carry the flame of Azusa Street to the next generation and to the nations of the world.