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Mar 28, 2017 by Will Maule

Even The Cuban Government Is Admitting It's Country Is Experiencing REVIVAL

Revival appears to be taking hold of many Cuban Churches. So much so, that even the government has confirmed reports of a massive influx of Christian conversions. Presbyterian pastor Joel Dopica tells the Associated Press that churches in Cuba are thriving right now, according to CBN. "All of them are growing, not just in the number of members but in their capacity to lead and act in society," he said.

Dopica leads 32 Protestant denominations in his role as president of the officially recognized Council of Churches of Cuba. The council estimates that an incredible 25,000 evangelical and other Protestant houses of worship are thriving across the country. Assemblies of God churches have seen the most spectacular growth in recent years. In the early 1990's they had roughly 10,000 members compared to 120,000 currently.

The traditionally oppressive Cuban government has yet to try and censor the outbreak of the spirit in these congregations. Praise the Lord! David Ellis, regional director for Latin America and Caribbean for world missions of the General Council of the Assemblies of God, told the AP that they've received no report of churches being confiscated.

Pray for Cuba.



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