Moultrie Observer

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March 1, 2012

Americus minister to preach at Moultrie revival

MOULTRIE — First Moultrie Deliverance Church, 920 M.L.K. Jr. Drive, N.W., is having revival services  Tuesday, March 6 through Friday, March 9, 7:30 p.m. nightly.

The guest speaker will be Prophet Darnell Lundy of Americus, Ga., who is presently serving under the leadership of Apostle Felix Revills, who is the son of the late Apostle Isaiah and Ullainee S. Revills of Evangelical Faith Vision Ministries, Inc.

Lundy graduated with honors from high school in Americus, Ga., and is now making plans to attend college to pursue a degree in business management and computer programming.

He attended Americus Holiness Deliverance Church under the pastorship of Overseer Rosa Fowler. He served in the choir for years, after which he became the choir director and praise leader. He also served as one of Fowler’s armor bearers. He was then elevated to prophet after serving for years in those duties.

The late Apostle Isaiah Revills appointed him to serve as pastor of Sasser Holiness Deliverance Church, where he served for a year and a half. He was then appointed to serve at the cathedral, where he now serves as the incorporation’s mass choir director and praise leader. He travels with their leader extensively in the ministry and is now one of the major prophets in the ministry.

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