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February 4, 2016

New Message in Apostolic Classics by Bro. Larry Booker

A new message is on Apostolic Classics by Bro. Larry Booker from July 30, 1996 Apostolic Celebration “Lazarus is Dead and I am Glad”.

New Message is online in our Truthcasting Channel and our iPhone and Android app Apostolic C&V.  See link below sermon clip for our app.

You can find the message here: http://www.truthcasting.com/player.aspx#showSermon=143836

Below is a clip of the sermon:

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January 7, 2016

Mid-South Apostolic Men’s Conference 2016 Live Via Apostolic C&V

Apostolic Classics & Vault will be broadcasting live the Mid-South Apostolic Men’s Conference from Jennings, LA hosted by FPC of Jennings, LA and Pastor James Townley.  The services will be live at http://apostolicclassics.net/live-services/ or www.apostoliccvlive.com and in our Android / iPhone app (Apostolic C&V).  The conference will start on January 8th at 7:30 PM CST and January 9th at 10:00 AM CST.

December 11, 2015

New Sermon by Bro. Allen Oggs

allen oggsNew Message online in our Truthcasting Channel and our iPhone and Android app by Bro. Allen Oggs “Precious Blood” preached in 1979 at the Oregon Youth Conference.

You can find the message here: http://www.truthcasting.com/player.aspx#showSermon=140878

Also below is a short clip of the sermon:

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October 27, 2015

New Sermon on Apostolic Classics by Bro. M.L. Phillips

New sermon by Bro. Mike Phillips “As it Were IN The Days of Noah” at SCORE conference 1988.  You can find it on www.apostolicclassics.com and in our iPhone / Android app (Apostolic C&V) and in our Truthcasting Channel

Also in our player below:

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July 30, 2015

New sermons on Apostolic Classics by Bro. Wayne Clements and Bro. Glenn Burgess

Two new sermons are now on Apostolic Classic (www.apostoliclassics.net) in our Sermon Player, in our Truthcasting Channel and in our iPhone / Android App.

The first message was preached in 1992 by Bro. Wayne Clements “Cases The Preacher Can’t Help”

The second message was preached in 1989 by Bro. Glenn Burgess “Love with a Heartache”

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June 19, 2015

New sermons by Bro. James Kilgore and Bro. Ben Weeks

Bro. Ben Weeks

Bro. Ben Weeks

New messages online and in our app by Bro. Ben Weeks and Bro. James Kilgore.

Bro. Ben Weeks preaches “Let Able Live” in 1995 in Yucaipa, CA.


KilgoreJames-1Bro. James Kilgore preaches on “Declare His Generation or Lose It”  Unsure when or where this was preached.

These can be found at our website www.apostolicclassics.com and in our app Apostolic C&V and in our channel Apostolic Classics on Truthcasting.


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June 15, 2015

New sermons By Bro. Larry Booker “The Difference A Line Can Make”

Rev. Larry Booker

Bro. Larry Booker

We have added two new messages by Bro. Larry Booker in our app and online at www.truthcasting.com (Look for Apostolic Classics) and at www.apostolicclassics.com.  The messages are Part 1 and Part 2 of “The Difference A Line Can Make” preached at Louisiana District UPC Camp Meeting 1999.


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May 15, 2015

New sermon on Apostolic Classics and in app by Bro. Verbal Bean

verbal bean_face0A new sermon by Bro. Verbal Bean “Committed to God” has been added to Apostolic Classics and in our iPhone / Android apps.  You can find it at www.apostoliclassics.com and in our Truthcasting Channel here http://www.truthcasting.com/player.aspx#showSermon=124416

April 25, 2015

Next Live Event on Apostolic C&V on May 1st!

Our next live event on Apostolic C&V in our apps and online atYOUTH RALLY-page00013 www.apostoliccvlive.com will be on May 1st at 7:30 PM CST from FPC of Jennings, LA.  It will be a youth rally with Pastor Nathan Holmes preaching.  Host Pastor James Townley.  Listen live in our iPhone / Android apps and online at www.apostoliccvlive.com





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March 13, 2015

New sermon online in Apostolic Classics by Elder B.A. Spell “Why We Have Standards”

100000902_00115467_20150220072219_img019Bro. B.A. Spell preaches on “Why We Have Standards” on 8/13/1995 at Bro. Danny Perdew’s in Greeley, Colorado.  This message can be found on our website at www.apostoliclassics.net and in our iPhone and Android App – Apostolic C&V.

Rev. Bervick Atwood Spell

Apostolic Ministers Fellowship

1930 ~ Present

 Reverend B.A. Spell was born on January 7, 1930, in the small town of Eunice, Louisiana to Tony and Floy Spell. In 1939, at the age of nine Bervick was baptized in Jesus’ name, and was filled with the Holy Ghost.  His home church was the United Pentecostal Church in Richie, Louisiana, and his first pastor was Brother Henry Dunn. Elder Spell recalls as a child how his parents were poor, and money was scarce in those day’s. His father would turn out the old oil burning lamps early, in order to make the oil last as long as it could. Then he would gather his wife and children around him, and have devotions, and pray before going to bed. It was things such as this that instilled deep into the heart of young Bervick the desire to walk with God, and to learn of His ways.

 At the age of nine he first met a young eight year old girl named Dorothy Brown. They went to church together, played together, and fought as children, but on June 22, 1947, they were united in holy matrimony. Their pastor, Brother J.S. Hoyt performed the cerimony at the Richie, Pentecostal Church. To this union was born seven children. Afterward they settled down in Eunice, Louisiana, but attended the church in Richie.

In 1950, Brother Spell went into business as a part owner/manager of the Piggly Wiggly Grocery store in Eunice, Louisiana where he worked until 1953. In 1953 at the age of twenty-three he received his call to preach. His first sermon was from the book of Isaiah, where the prophet said, “Here am I, send me.” This historical occasion took place in “Church Point, Louisiana”. In 1954 he was ordained by S.L. Wise at Tioga, Louisiana. It was also during this same year that he became affiliated with the United Pentecostal Church organization.

The first church that he pastored was the First Pentecostal Church in Pine Praire, Louisiana. He took the church in 1953, and stayed one year. The second church he pastored was the First Pentecostal Church in Turkey Creek, Louisiana. He held this position for five years, from 1954 until 1959. On November 1, 1959, he moved his family to West Baton Rouge, Louisisna, and started the First Pentecostal Church in Port Allen. This was a home missions outreach. He began services in an old store-front building on Rosedale, and 12th Street. In this same year Brother Crawford Coon preached the first revival for the church, and a great number received the baptism of the Holy Ghost.

In 1965 a tremendous revival broke out as a young evangelist named Verbal Bean came to Port Allen with a burden for souls on his heart. Brother Bean felt like God was going to give him a one hundred soul revival, but he had no confirmation as to where it would take place. When the confirmation came that Port Allen was the place, God began to move. It was a mighty revival that lasted for fourteen weeks, and during this time 106 people received the Holy Ghost. In 1968 the church purchased ten acres on Plank Road, and built a new sanctuary, and Sunday School department. The same year Brother Spell started the Robert Livingston Acadamy, with grades 1-12. The school enrolled 430 students, and remained open until 1978. 

From 1970 until 1972, the church experienced a series of revivals, and the congregation doubled in size. In 1979, a new spacious 1200 seat santuary was built. 1968 was the beginning of the annual July camp-meeting held at Life Tabernacle. Elder Bill Buie was the first camp evangelist fir this historical occasion. In 1985 another santuary was built. When you think about Apostolic-Pentecost, you have to think about B.A. Spell. He is a “Living Legend” throughout the Oneness movement. In 1968, he became a charter member in the formation of the Apostolic Minister’s Fellowship (AMF). 

When asked the name of someone he most admired, his reply was, “The late Verbal W. Bean”. When asked why? Brother Spell answered, “Because of the impact that Brother Bean left upon my life. Brother Bean was a praying man, a dedicated warrior for God. He was uniquely different. What he said held value, and depth. He was no stranger to the things of God, and he died as he lived…walking with and serving God”. When asked what he most wanted to be remembered for? He replied, “Mission work, both foreign and home”. Audio and Video recordings of Elder B.A. Spell are available in the audio/video library of the Apostolic Archives International.

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