CHURCH OF GOD
For the Glory of Jesus Christ
Logos Apostolic Church of God is a Christian, Pentecostal type, Sabbath keeping church. It is an international body of believers who have come together to seek out and practice the truth of the word of God, and worship God in spirit and in truth. It was founded in March 2006 by Bible Teacher Roy Page, who had a burning desire to spread the truth of God’s word across the world. He began a small fellowship in his home city of Wolverhampton UK. Roy was soon joined by pastor Stephen Ofwono in Uganda whom he had met on a missionary journey there two years before, and a few diligent men in Kenya, Michael Otieno and John Omondi, who had the same passionate desire to spread the truth. They formed the first Logos Apostolic Church of God fellowship in Kenya.
By October 2006, through the grace of God and the diligent work of the ministers in Africa, Logos Apostolic Church of God there had expanded to 5 churches in Uganda, 3 in Kenya, and 1 in Tanzania.
By March 2007, only one year after its commencement, through the blessing of God, Logos Apostolic Church of God in Africa had grown to 9 churches in Uganda, 5 in Kenya, and 3 in Tanzania, while still only 1 fellowship in England UK.
By April 2007 we received news of the first Logos Apostolic Church of God in Sudan.
By January 2008 we had the excellent news of our first Logos Apostolic Church in USA, located in Vallejo, California. Sadly this church is no longer with us.
By February 2008 we had some more excellent news; our second Logos Apostolic Church in USA, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
By March 2008 we were again blessed by God with the news of our first Logos Apostolic Church in Rwanda, located in Kigali city, Rwanda, East Africa. This church has since planted 2 new fellowships under the name Logos Apostolic Church of God. One is in Kayanza in East Rwanda, and the other is in Rubavu in West Rwanda.
By November 2008 another great blessing from God with our first Logos Apostolic Church in India, located in Kharagpur, West Bengal, India.
In April 2009 we were joined by a pastor with 2 churches in the Dominican Republic becoming Logos Apostolic Church of God in that country. Another great blessing from our God.
Churches in Kenya have expanded to eight, and churches in Tanzania have expanded to 4.
By May 2009 we were joined by a group of 4 churches in who have become Logos Apostolic Church of God in the Philippines. We give God all the thanks and praise for what he is doing.
In July 2009 three pastors with 2 churches in Cameroon became the first Logos Apostolic Churches of God in Cameroon. To God be all the Glory.
Again towards the end of July 2009 God blessed us again with four Logos Apostolic Churches of God in Pakistan. The leader there is an experienced translator and is now translating our bible studies into Urdu. All we can say is, "Thank you Father, to you be all the glory." In August 2009 a further 4 churches joined Logos Apostolic Church of God in Pakistan. God be praised.
In August 2009 God added to us 4 churches in Burundi, Africa, which are the first Logos Apostolic Churches of God in Burundi. All glory be to God for what he is doing. This number has since expanded to 6.
In late August 2009 God has added 3 more churches to us in Africa. Two are in the Democratic Republic of Congo in Central Africa and the other is in Liberia, West Africa. These are the first Logos Apostolic Churches of God in those countries. God is truly awesome. Another Church was added in Liberia in January 2010.
In November 2009 God added our second Church in UK, Logos Apostolic Church of God (Doncaster) UK. We were really blessed to have another church in UK. Sadly this church eventually closed.
In February 2010 we have excellent news of our first Logos Apostolic Church of God in Haiti. This church has been there for some time under
the leadership of of the pastor in Dominican Republic, but only recently revealed. It is located on the island of La Gonave. Praise goes only to God.
Also good news of our first Logos Apostolic Church of God in Ghana, West Africa. A Pastor with a small fellowship in in the town of Adidome has joined us to do God's work in that Country. God is truly awesome. Fellowships in Kenya has grown to 22.
In March 2010 God has granted us our first Logos Apostolic Church of God in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Another Pastor Joined us in Kasoa, Central, Ghana. All glory be to the name of Jesus Christ.
God also granted us one church in Togo and four churches in Benin, East Africa, towards the end of April 2010, our first Logos Apostolic Churches of God in those countries.
Early May 2010 God granted us our first Logos Apostolic Church of God in Zambia, Africa, and towards the end of the month another Pastor joined us in India from West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh. To God be all the praise and the glory.
At the end of June 2010 God gave us our second church in Sudan.
In March 2011 God graciously granted us our first Logos Apostolic Church of God in Malawi, Africa, situated in Mzuzu in the north of that country. These quickly expanded and planted churches in the capital Lilongwe and the city of Blantyre.
In May 2011, by God's grace, an organization with churches 40 churches in India and 4 in Sri Lanka joined us. These are our first Logos Apostolic churches in Sri Lanka.
In June 2011, God has blessed us again. Three pastors working together in the city of Freetown, Sierra Leone, have joined us. These are our first Logos Apostolic churches in Sierra Leone.
Another great blessing came in June 2011 when we were joined by a pastor in Orange Park Florida, USA, becoming the first Logos Apostolic Church of God in Florida.
July 2011 God blessed us again with a small organization with 5 churches in Myanmar Joining us, becoming our first Logos Apostolic Churches in Myanmar.
September 2011 an organization in India with around 100 churches joined us, becoming part of Logos Apostolic Church of God. These are mostly house churches in the poorer areas of Andhrapradesh, having headquarters in Gudiwada, Kirishna District. Their leaders took over 6 weeks to go through our website materials before making the decision. We give God all the glory and praise
October 2011 God blessed us again with a church of around 150 joining us in El Paso, Texas, USA. Praise God for our first Logos Apostolic Churches in Texas.
November 2011 saw us joined by a small organization having 7 churches in India, the main one in New Delhi.
December 2011 added 3 churches in Uganda, one in Jinja and 2 in Buguri, and one in Kissi, Kenya.
May 2012 God blessed us this month with a church in Rock Hill, South Carolina, USA, and one in Fiji. This is our first Logos Apostolic Church of God in South Carolina and in Fiji. To God be all the Glory!
The Aims and Objectives of Logos Apostolic Church of God
(a) To establish and operate the Church according to the scriptural principles laid down in the word of God, especially in the New Testament.
(b) To worship and glorify the Almighty God, and his son Jesus Christ, by whom he made the heavens and the earth.
(c) To preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
(d) To conduct evangelistic crusades.
(e) To establish places of worship, and provide for the spiritual and material needs of its members.
(f) To establish and operate a Christian training centre called LOGOS APOSTOLIC BIBLE COLLEGE.
(g) To search for and teach the true doctrines from the word of God.
(h) To conduct open air meetings and promote personal witnessing.
(i) To pray for the sick, cast out demons, and raise the dead, where the Spirit of the Lord so wills.
(j) To assist widows, orphans, needy people, and street children.
(k) To establish or assist in the establishment of Christian workshops, seminars, and conferences.
(l) To produce, record, and publish, bible training programmes and teaching material, through the media of Audio or Visual aids, for the promotion of the Aims and Objectives of the Church.
(m) To advise and train members and communities on the avoidance of HIV/AIDS, and to pray for the healing of sufferers where appropriate.
(n) To offer vocational training in marketable skills, as a way of raising living standards to unemployed youths and adults in the Church. (African countries only at present time)
(o) To provide financial and technical assistance for programs which assist the poor, the slum dwellers, and take care of the vulnerable groups in the community.
(p) To operate as a non-political organization.
(q) To open branches/Local Churches.
(r) To prepare God’s people for the second coming of Jesus Christ.
As stated in these Aims and Objectives (j), Logos Churches in have been diligent to try to take care of widows and orphans in various poor countries. They are numerous in Africa, India and Pakistan, and large portion of our finances have been committed to this purpose. Much more is needed.
In the future, we intend to continue to expand by God’s grace for his glory, and to spread the truth of his word in all the world before Jesus returns.
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