Yesterday, I shared with you the conversation
that I enjoyed with the UPCI General Superintendent, David Bernard. This blog is going to cover the gist of several conversations that I had with UPCI Assistant General Superintendent (Eastern Zone) Paul Mooney.
I have known Brother Mooney for quite a number of years. I suppose the first time I officially met him was around 2004 or so at an Alabama District Men’s Conference. Since that time he has preached at several camp meetings in Alabama in addition to a district conference. He is one of the most uniquely brilliant men I have ever met! He has a very gifted mind and you find that to be very obvious when you begin to interact with him because all of the times you spend with him there isn’t an ounce of wasted energy or time. He also serves dual role as the pastor
at the historic CalvaryTabernacle
in Indianapolis and as the president of Indiana Bible College
. If ever there was an ardent supporter of apostolic doctrine and identity in this generation, he certainly falls into that category.
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At our General Conference this past fall, I was shocked with surprise when my District Superintendent, Rev. Stan Davidson, notified me that my name had been nominated for the Southeastern Regional Executive Presbyter. I was even more surprised and honored to be voted into the two-year term which officially began in January. One of the first assignments that I had to fulfill in this position was to attend the Executive Board meeting in St. Louis beginning this past Monday night (3/2/15). This was followed by two days of General Board meetings all day Tuesday and Wednesday (3/3-4/15). The General Board meetings went very well with the high point being on Tuesday night when the Spirit of the Lord moved into the N. A. Urshan Board Room. A massive prayer meeting broke out among the leaders of the UPCI with the gifts of the Spirit in operation and lasting right at an hour. I believe the entire constituency of the UPCI would have been greatly encouraged to have witnessed this. There were leaders praying with and for each other and followed by some very powerful testimonies of what God is doing in our fellowship. There is a lot of momentum and unity among us. I heard several men who have been on the General Board for 30-40 years say they have never witnessed or experienced anything like this in all of their years of service.
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