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Revival Assembly commences week-long Azusa camp meeting Monday

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Revival Assembly is set to host the 21st edition of Azusa Camp Meeting, from Monday, 24th to Sunday, 30th July at the church auditorium in Ogba, Ikeja-Lagos. The convener and founder, Apostle General Anselm Madubuko will lead an army of preachers and gospel artistes billed to feature at the camp meeting, themed ‘Acts of the Holy Spirit’. They include Pastor Emmy Madubuko, Apostle Arome Osayi, Rev. Gideon Odoma, Mrs. Olajumoke Adenowo, Evangelist Ikechukwu Peter Nnajiofor, while the gospel song ministers include Mercy Chinwo-Blessed, Sunmisola Agbebi, Kaestring, Nene Olajide, and Ighosa Obaro.

The church’s Head of Heads, Pastor Bola Soyinka said in Lagos that this year’s edition of the awe-inspiring and spirit filled annual camp meeting will feature Morning Glory sessions, Glory Hour, Power Hour, End Time Service and the Revival Service daily.

“Azusa is a time of visitation; when you come with a right heart, you will not leave empty”, architect-turned kingdom crusader Madubuko said, while Soyinka extended invitation to everyone, because, according to him, “at a time like this when we are weary and heavily burdened, one thing we should ask from the Lord, is that we may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of our lives, to behold the beauty of the Lord and to seek him in his temple”.

Azusa Camp Meeting was berthed in 2002, and since then, according to Madubuko, “it’s been 21 unbroken years of God’s faithfulness filled with uncountable spiritual upliftings and miracles”. He further said that “hundreds of souls have been revived and redirected at the previous Azusa camp meetings”.

He urged visitors from across the globe to “expect an encounter” at this year’s edition.

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