Christian Center Macedonia currently has seven pastors and ten active churches which differ in size. Their focus is missions with an emphasis on planting and starting new churches. Elected in 2010, Rev. Zoran Spasovski serves as president of Christian Center Macedonia.
Rev. Zoran Spasovski
Christian Center Macedonia
P.O. Box 351
Malawi Assemblies of God has 2,000 churches, 500,000 members, and 2,100 trained ministers. A non-governmental organization (NGO) called A/G Cares responds to natural disasters and initiates developmental programs in the community such as provision of safe drinking water through drilling boreholes, assisting the community to achieve food security, and provision of HIV/AIDS education and care.
All Nations Theological Seminary trains ministers for Master of Arts programs in conjunction with Global University. There is also an East Campus for Pan Africa Theological Seminary (PAThS) for doctoral degree programs.
Rev. Dr. Edward Chitsonga
Malawi Assemblies of God
P. O. Box 1220
Malta is an island nation that consists of three islands: main island Malta, Gozo and Comino. The country’s official languages are Maltese and English. Malta’s capital city is Valletta.
Rev. Joseph Fenech Laudi serves as General Superintendent for Assemblies of God of Malta. He served as the organization’s first superintendent from 1992-1994. Reappointed in May 2011, Rev. Fenech Laudi also serves as senior pastor at Live Seed Christian Centre.
Rev. Joseph Fenech Laudi
General Council of Assemblies of God of Malta
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Verenigde Pinkster-en Evangeliegemeenten (VPE) is a fellowship of 130 Assemblies of God churches, with 26,000 members and 200 pastors and preachers. Beginning in 1907, Pentecost came to the Netherlands. In 1967, the U. S. Assemblies of God helped to start the Dutch Central Bible College.
The VPE includes a variety of ministries, such as ministry groups for our pastors and other ministers, Youth Alive, Teen Challenge, Europe Advance (Church Planting), Passion4Worship, Missions, Convoy of Hope, Azusa Pentecostal Theological Seminary, and Masters Commission. The churches are sending out missionaries all over the world, including Bangladesh, South Africa, Malawi, Spain, Brazil, Aruba, and other nations.
Sixty thousand Christians from all denominations come to a yearly Pentecostal festival to meet God and receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit. The AG (VPE) of the Netherlands expects and prays for a new Spirit-led Christianity in their nation. With God’s help they desire to play their role in it.
Rev. Machiel H. Jonker
Verenigde Pinkster-en Evangeliegemeenten
3971 KB Driebergen
The Assemblies of God in New Zealand was formed in 1927 and currently consists of more than 230 churches with over 25,000 attendees. We are a multicultural movement that is consistently growing, and we have contemporary, passionate Christians who are enthusiastically involved in the local church and their communities! We know the Church is not an organization but a living breathing organism that is made up of individuals – people.
Rev. Iliafi Esera
Assemblies of God New Zealand
PO Box 58067
Botany, Auckland 2163
The Assemblies of God Nicaragua currently have 1,893 pastors, 80 Lay Ministers and 120 Evangelists. We have 1,164 organized churches and 87 churches in plantation, with an approximate membership in the country of 646,663. We also have 3,500 students in our biblical institutes.
Cross-cultural missionaries in the following countries:
In Project: Israel and Grecia
Missionaries in ethnic groups in our country:
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Rvdo. Pedro Pablo Rojas Corea
Conferencia Evangélica Pentecostés de las Asambleas de Dios en Nicaragua
Km 10.8 Carretera Vieja a León
500 metros al lago
100 metros abajo
Apartado Postal 1304
Niger is situated in West Africa with a land area of 1,287,000 square kilometers and a population of about 14 million. According to the United Nations Development Program, Niger is the poorest country in the world.
Islam is the major religion in Niger, with 95 percent of the population adhering to Islam.
The Assemblies of God in Niger started in 1990, with missionaries from France, Burkina Faso, and the United States. They were followed by missionaries from Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Togo, Benin, and El Salvador. In 2006, the national church was formed, and it is led by national leaders.
Our vision is to win the country for Christ. The Assemblies of God of Niger has 60 churches, 50 pastors, and approximately 4,000 members. It is organized in the following departments: children, women, youth, and an NGO. The NGO’s name is Kamna, which means, “love” in Hausa, the major language in the country.
Through Kamna, the Assemblies of God church wants to fight against extreme poverty by offering services in education, health, and water solutions. Thank you for praying for us to reach our mains goals: evangelizing the entire population by church planting in every town or village and helping to solve poverty.
Pasteur Abdoul Kader Korao
Assemblies of God of Niger
B. P. 12239, Niamey
NIGER, West Africa
The Assemblies of God, Nigeria, has a population of 2.6 million adherents and members worshipping in over 14,300 churches in Nigeria. The General Council with its Headquarters in Enugu in Enugu State of Nigeria provides ministerial credentials to more than 11,650 ministers, including more than 50 missionaries in over 9 countries and territories of the world.
Rev. Chidi Okoroafor
Nigeria Assemblies of God
P. O. Box 395
Enugu, Enugu State
NIGERIA, West Africa
The history of the Assemblies of God in Romania goes back to 1924, when the missionaries from the Bible school in Poland came to evangelize the country. They have started many churches all over Romania. The ministry went very well until 1950, when the communists started to lead the country. In 1950, the Assemblies of God in Romania was closed. They functioned in that time under the name “Christians baptized with the Holy Spirit.” Many churches were closed and pastors lost their licenses.
Before 1950, Romania functioned as three Pentecostals movements. After 1950, only one movement was allowed, called the Apostolic Church of God. The relationship with the US Assemblies of God, was renewed by Robert Mackish who was sent to be the Area Director for Eastern Europe. He served until 1990. During that time under his leadership many churches were built with the support of the US Assemblies of God. In 1989, the revolution came and communism fell.
In 1990, a new Area Director came, Rev. Bobby Beard. Under his leadership and with the help of Rev. Roland Dudley, a Bible School was established in 1993 (the Romanian Bible Institute, today called the Romanian Bible University). This institution has trained hundreds of students who are working all over the world. On the 4th of July, 1996, the Assemblies of God in Romania was recognized by the Romanian government.
On May 30, 1997, an agreement of cooperation between AG Romania and AG USA was signed. The key people used by God to form and develop AG Romania were Rev. Loren Triplett, Rev. Jerry Parsley, Rev. Bobby Beard, Rev. Tom Paino, Rev. Sam Johnson, and Rev. Robert Crabtree among many others.
Presently there are 62 churches, 111 ministers, and many preaching points.
Dr. Ioan Ceuţā
Assemblies of God Romania Office
Str. Rasaritului, Nr 59
Bucharest, ROMANIA 061203