Belize Mission REVIVAL!
Revival is happening - in the pew, in the home, and in the rafters! After two years on the ground in Belize, there are days it feels like we have barely started — and others where we can’t believe how far God has brought us. The forward momentum is palpable.
Over the past 15 months we have been restricted from travel and, at times, even from worshiping together. Through it all, the work has continued. Our current focus is to complete the enhancement of the Belize headquarters facility, bringing it more into alignment with the vision for our future. Part of this vision includes the renovation of the missionary living quarters, as well as a K-12 school, lodging and training facilities, and overall improvement of grounds for event hosting.
Pictures of the progress can be seen here:
If you’ve ever wanted to get involved in a foreign mission revival...this is your opportunity!
A breakdown of our projects are as follows:
✓ AC Units - PAID - (Rev. Wade Townley, Rev. James Townley, Bro. Dwayne Lowe)
◦ Flooring & Installation
◦ Paint & Labour
◦ Exterior & Interior Doors
◦ Electrical & Light Fixtures
◦ Kitchen Cabinets
◦ Bathroom Vanities
◦ Cabinets For Closets, Pantry, Laundry Room
◦ Plumbing, Water Purification System, Hot Water Heaters
◦ Bathroom Fixtures
◦ Shipping Container For Personal Belongings - ALMOST PAID - (Bishop & Rev. Michael Blakely)
◦ Furniture, Appliances, Kitchen, Laundry
Revival is happening in Belize. Thanks to each of you for your prayer and continued support. It wouldn't be possible without you! If you would like to know more about this project, and how you could help, feel free to reach out to Pastor Damon McKillop: firstname.lastname@example.org God Bless!
Partner Information >> If you wish to partner, you can do so by sending donations through the following venues:
All checks payable to the Apostolic Pentecostal Church, PO Box 88, Presque Isle, Maine, 04769
“I AM Foundation” — Care of the Apostolic Pentecostal Church of Belize.
The WPF — Care of the Apostolic Pentecostal Church of Belize