Teshuvah Trumpet Worship Center (TTWC) in partnership with Kad-Esh Messianic Apostolic Prophetic(MAP) Ministries will be hosting the Awake PNG Conference in Papua New Guinea this month.
TTWC confirms that the conference will be held consecutively in Lae and Port Moresby from the 12 – 18 March 2017.
The industrial heart of the country will host the first of its kind, Awake PNG Conference with Israeli’s first Jewish woman Archbishop Dr. Dominiquae Bierman, her husband Rabbi Baruch Bierman and their ministry team.
On her second visit into PNG, the director of Kad-Esh MAP Ministries International and president of Global Revival Messianic Apostolic Prophetic (GRM) Bible School will be teaching based on Christian texts.
As Jewish Apostles, Bierman and husband Baruch Bierman have traveled to over 50 nations preaching the Gospel with signs, wonders and miracles following.
Following a meeting with Ps Charlie George and Mollie George of TTWC, EMTV Online was told that the Archbishop will arrive in the country this Friday, 10 March 2017.
“She will be accompanied by her husband Rabbi Baruch Bierman to this conference. They will arrive on Friday 10 March 2017 on PX4 to a welcoming ceremony at the Airport NAC Ceremonial Carpark to a receiving pastors and leaders of the Body of Churches of this nation.”
On her way to PNG, Bierman live streamed on Facebook Live today stating her reasons and faith in coming to the conference in PNG.
“This will be my second time there, and we believe that its gonna be a nation that’s going to be turning to Yahweh, to Elohim, to God, to Yeshuah.” Bierman said.
“An entire nation because this is a national campaign (conference) as we all have been laying down on the alter to be able to turn this nation back to Adonai.”
It is understood, whilst the opening and first half of the Awake PNG conference will be held in Lae from 12 – 14 March 2017 at the City Gate Tabernacle in Lae, the conference will continue in the nation’s capital, Port Moresby from 15 – 17 March 2017 at Sir John Guise Indoor Stadium.
Meanwhile, the invitation is open for those who are interested in attending the weeklong conference either in Lae or Port Moresby and for media personnel to cover the event. More information can be accessed on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning; 73656777 / 76861313.