- Ada, Oklahoma


April 19, 2013

Kidz Krusade ministers at Ada church

Ada —

Evangelists Robert and Jan Teel and Friends will be in Kidz Krusade services at Ada First Assembly of God Church Sunday, April 21, through Wednesday, April 24. Services begin at 7 p.m. Sunday and 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday.

Robert was born in Ada and raised in southern California. He was a national champion on the rings event in the sport of gymnastics. He has been a full-time minister for 38 years and 31 years as a full-time evangelist.

Jan was born in Oklahoma City. As a "PK" (preacher's kid) , she grew up "all over" Oklahoma and some of Arkansas. She was called to preach at an early age and has been in various types of ministry most of her life. She is a musician and anointed singer. Under the direction of the Holy Spirit, Jan writes puppet skits and Kidz stories.

Shadrack, the dog, tells a Bible story each night; Bubba and Babbie Babbles and Moze and Molly Moppette are awesome singing duos; Moody the Memory Monkey helps the children learn a memory verse from God's word and Mr. Ugly has a unique gift that you have to see to believe.

For more information, contact David Moss, associate pastor of Ada First Assembly of God Church at 332-2533.

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