- Ada, Oklahoma


April 19, 2013

Akermans minister at Roff church Sunday

Roff —

Gary and Alesa Akerman will be ministering at Roff Pentecostal Holiness Church on April 21 in the morning service. 

"We invite you to come and be blessed by their ministry," said Fred Huffman, minister at Roff Pentecostal Holiness Church.

The church is located at 601 East Main Street in Roff. 

The Akermans are ministering in the United Kingdom to the people of Wales. Only 2 percent of the Welsh population is evangelical Christian, so there is much work to do. They are also partnering with Parents to Parents, a support group for families of special needs children. These connections open more opportunities to share the love of Jesus to hurting and lost people.

"Please pray that God will open doors for them and that revival will come to the Welsh people," said Huffman.

For more information, phone 580-310-4011 or email 


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