Jerry Jones, general secretary of United Pentecostal Church International, (rear) speaks to the congregation of Apostolic Revival Church in Highland on Sunday as, from left, Susan DeLong, the Rev. Frank Crossin, Delano Scott, and Nick Hoffmann burn the church’s mortgage. DeLong, Scott and Hoffmann are the church’s board of trustees. Crossin is the pastor.
Jerry Jones, general secretary of United Pentecostal Church International, (rear) speaks to the congregation of Apostolic Revival Church in Highland on Sunday as, from left, Susan DeLong, the Rev. Frank Crossin, Delano Scott, and Nick Hoffmann burn the church’s mortgage. DeLong, Scott and Hoffmann are the church’s board of trustees. Crossin is the pastor. Courtesy photo
Jerry Jones, general secretary of United Pentecostal Church International, (rear) speaks to the congregation of Apostolic Revival Church in Highland on Sunday as, from left, Susan DeLong, the Rev. Frank Crossin, Delano Scott, and Nick Hoffmann burn the church’s mortgage. DeLong, Scott and Hoffmann are the church’s board of trustees. Crossin is the pastor. Courtesy photo

Apostolic Revival Church now owns building free and clear

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