The Pentecostal Assemblies of the World Reflects On The Accomplishment Of The Ellis Administration!
According to the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World Facebook page, this is an election year, and they are reflecting upon the last four years of operation under the Ellis Administration.
The oldest apostolic organization has made great and (in some cases) historic strides toward achieving their Presider's theme of Unity. The following group of photos chronicle just a few of those accomplishments. During the first term of the Ellis Administration, the PAW:
• Aired its first-ever "live" international telecast (from Orlando) on Southfield-based The Word Network
• Built and donated a new home to a family displaced by Hurricane Katrina, in New Orleans (w/ Habitat for Humanity and the PCAF)
• had the first joint-service in 54 years with the Pentecostal Churches of the Apostolic Faith (in Orlando), an organization formed from the ranks of the PAW in 1957
• created an annual training retreat for leaders, the PAW Pastors & Ministers Summit
• created a multi-platform, "official" online and social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, You Tube, in tandem with its website
• initiated an aggressive and successful financial stability program to position the PAW for future growth
• established PAW Charities, a philanthropic fund dedicated to assist PAW-affiliated churches, districts, and or institutions in need
• held a live "Sound of Unity" concert CD recording, featuring PAW-produced gospel music recording artists. The first recording project since the late 1990s.