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Fiji Rally


Revival Fellowship - Fiji Rally 2013

65 New Saints Receive the Holy Spirit


Fiji Revival Fellowship held its annual rally on the weekend of 23- 26th August 2013 on the Island of Vanua Levu at the main town of Labasa.

This Rally was the most successful in the history of our Fiji Church with a total of 65 new folk receiving the Holy Spirit with the bible evidence of Speaking in Tongues by the Monday end of the Rally. A further 15 new folk were added in the following week - truly inspiring results. 

The local Assemblies prepared for the rally with a 40 day rolling Prayer & Fast and lots of Outreaching in the preceding days. The dedication and commitment by the Church members to the Work of God was clearly evident and encouraging.

On Thursday evening we went in a large group by bus to the remote village of Tabia where we held an outdoor meeting.  At the end of the meeting 10 new folk including the local Chief came out for Prayer and all received the Holy Spirit, this was additional to the 6 who had received the day before.

On Friday we travelled by bus to the village of Seaqaqa.  Here was held an outdoor meeting in the centre of town where we witnessed and handed out pamphlets to many.    That night we held a packed out rally at the Labasa Civic Centre.

Saturday started with an outdoor meeting & witnessing in the main Labasa Town. Lots of people were witnessed to and invited to the Civic Centre, where once again packed meetings were held Saturday & Sunday. Activities included talks, testimonies and items from Fiji & overseas brethren, the Fiji singing was outstanding as usual and there was couple of great presentations from visiting Australian Pastor’s John Joske & Deane Clee.

Sunday was all day at the Civic Centre despite loss of electricity until early evening, a small generator was brought in for essential power. The annual handing out of Certificates to the Fiji Pastors was unique this year in that torches/mobile phones had to be called upon for light until the power finally returned.

The saints came from all over Fiji and were accommodated at the local  “All Saints “ secondary School, Labasa. Catering for the masses by the Church has become a fine art and all were looked after well.

The work of the Lord in the Fiji Revival Fellowship is powering, and the caring dedicated love of the brethren is ongoing, even in the face of financial hardships and the daily struggle to survive and provide for the families.

The overseas visitors, came away deeply impressed and encouraged by our short time with the Fiji Church. Any assistance we can provide is assured to help in the Fiji revival.


Pastors Terry Coles & John Joske


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