PAW Inducts Suffragan Bishop


The Liberia West African Council (LWAC) of the 35th Episcopal District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW) has inducted the Suffragan Bishop, Julian Johnson.

   Speaking at the induction ceremony on Sunday, November 6, 2022, held at the First Have in God Pentecostal Church, Front Street, the Diocesan Bishop of the 35th Episcopal District of LWAC/PAW, Bishop Dr. Leo M. Simpson, challenged Suffragan Bishop Johnson to help foster the development of the council.

   Bishop Simpson stated that the transformation of the region will depend on the good work and support from his office. He prayed that God strengthens him to empower the churches and people of Liberia.

   According to him, the expansion of LWAC/PAW will go a long way in transforming the people in the body of Christ.

   Bishop Simpson underscored that LWAC/PAW needs all necessary support to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ across the nation.

   Meanwhile, Suffragan Bishop Julian Johnson said by the grace of God he will work along with the people to enhance the development of the church, noting that the LWAC/PAW will get the needed support to move its activities forward.

   For her part, the Chairperson of the international Board of PAW, Dr. Kandy Akers, promised to support the council, noting that God will empower the board to support the region and the people.

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