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ALGOM gets Bishop

The New Dawn Liberia The New Dawn LiberiaThe Army of the Living God Ministries Inc., or ALGOM has consecratedits founder and senior pastor  Rev. Anthony Wennie as its first Bishop and General Overseer on the Airfield in Sinkor.

The Church said its decision was based on the confidence that BishopWennie has shown over the years, followed by his acceptance of thechurch’s petition through the power of God.

In a petition statement to Rev. Wennie on Saturday, 25 February, theMark International Pastoral Fellowship Liberia Chapter said he hasshown over the years a fervent love for Christ with passion and desire
to preach the gospel without compromise.

The petition statement said Rev. Wennie’s life of integrity has been ashining and monumental example. Also speaking at the event, the ChiefConsecrator Dr. Mark D. Vaughn commended Rev. Wennie for upholding
integrity, service to God, commitment to the Church and doing awaywith things that have the propensity to deny the work of God.

He thanked the Church for the level of service and support given totheir pastor that contributed to his new elevation in the service ofGod. Dr. Vaughn said he believed in Rev. Wennie’s ability to work forthe progress of the ministry.
Dr. Vaughn said Pastor Wennie has shown himself approved of God bygodly example, holy life, and a commitment to the study andproclamation of the word of God.

Having being consecrated, the new Bishop of ALGOM Rev. Wennie thankedGod for choosing him as one of his servants to serve in his vineyard.

He said there was a time and season for everything, and what Godrequires of all is total obedience, dedication and humility.

Bishop Wennie said he was pleased with his pastoral title and officeand has been working for God with his entire being and strength.

Pastor Wennie is the Founder and General Overseer of the Army of theLiving God Ministries Inc. in Liberia, a Ministry with vision to raiseand equip men and women for the end time harvest.
By Bridgett Milton-Editing by Winston W. Parley

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