It was January 2009, during the end of a Church service in North Texas where the calling to this ministry was first heard by our founder. Through tongues and interpretation, The Holy Spirit did speak and prophesy of this work. The Holy Spirit proclaimed that the entire powerful Church service was orchestrated specifically for Bishop August.
It was April 2010, at a Church service in Southwest Louisiana where the plan of God for this work was confirmed through the gift of prophecy and a word of knowledge. Again, The Holy Spirit made it clear that this particular service was orchestrated specifically for Bishop August and mention of a spectacular revival took place.
It was June 2010, at a separate Church in North Texas where the calling of this work was confirmed again by The Holy Spirit and mention of a world changing revival took place AGAIN.
It was January 2014, at the same Church where our founder heard the call way back in 2009, that The Holy Spirit again through tongues and interpretation confirmed the promise of fulfillment.
Here again, a mentioning of an unprecedented Revival took place.
Though many visions, dreams, signs and wonders have taken place in between and after the times of these accounts, let us look at the few days preceding the event in 2014.
On January 1, 2014 Bishop August was teaching a neighbor about Jesus when he felt the anointing of The Holy Spirit come upon him unusually strong. From this time on,
Bishop August prophesied for 7 days, during which time God shared the vision for this work.
"If those that seek after truth would rise up in MY NAME, they would see a revival like has never been seen before."
It was during this time of unprecedented closeness to Jesus that The LORD revealed to
Bishop August the significance of Jesus Name Baptism in obedience to Acts 22:16.
It is our sincere prayer that you would share in our vision. Please consider working with us to restore Biblical Christianity, exalt Jesus Name and to see worldwide Apostolic Revival in our time.
"If Christianity is to receive a rejuvenation, it must be by other means than any now being used. If the church is to recover from the injuries she has suffered, there must appear a new type of leader. The proper, ruler-of-the- synagogue type will never do. Neither will the Priestly type of man who carries out his duties, takes his pay and asks no questions, nor the smooth-talking pastoral type who knows how to make the Christian religion acceptable to everyone. All these have been tried and found wanting. Another kind of religious leader must arise Among Us. He must be the old Prophet type, a man who has seen visions of God and has Heard a Voice from the Throne. When he comes and I pray to God there will be not one, but many, he will stand in flat contradiction to everything our smirking smooth civilization holds dear."