The Anabaptists Church of Liberia
The Anabaptists Church of Liberia was established on June 1, 2012 in Monrovia, in a newly formed Government coming out of two tragic civil wars, that destroyed a once vibrant nation that is the only African nation that began as an American Republic founded by freed American slaves following the American Civil War. That beginning created an independent nation that itself has seen numerous civil wars. The ending of civil war in 2003, eventually brought about free election sin 2005, howbeit, the nation still struggles with civil and political unrest, along with enormous poverty, where 85% of the population live in depressed economic conditions. The civil wars created a nation wide distrust and a treacherous character in many of the citizens which desperately effects the firm establishment of Christian churches even to this hour. The Anabaptists national bishop Leo Brosius, continually fights against the ministerial treachery that permeates Liberia like a plague, where false brethren unawares brought in, continually seek to destroy and fracture every church he plants throughout the Liberian provinces.
The Anabaptists Church of USA
The history of the United States as taught in both the public schools and in private Christian schools, is one enormous attempt to escape and evade factual history of the founding of this once great country, and rewrite it to a more palatable fictional account that removes the attachment and debt of gratitude the United States owes to the manifestation of the body of Christ called Anabaptists. Factual American history for its first 100 years, is founded upon the unprecedented struggle for religious freedom of the Anabaptists Church throughout the Word. Unknown to 99% of all Americans, Christian or otherwise is the historic fact, that all of the passengers sailing upon the Mayflower were Anabaptists Christians/ forced refugees, from England and Europe, who had "suffered the loss of all things" (Philippians 3:8-12), who with their bishop, wives and children now made up the entire passenger list of what would become the New England Colonies founding fathers, and still exist to this very hour as the Anabaptists Church Worldwide.
The Anabaptists Church of Myanmar
The Anabaptists Church of Myanmar was established on May 24, 2009, and grew considerably for the next three years, with both the church and a considerable work involving orphans, and a Christian School. In 2013, the church suffered the loss of its National Bishop, and for the next 4 years struggled seriously to survive. Howbeit, in 2017 this year, the International Presbytery appointed a new National Bishop in Yangon, Dr. Paul Hre Ling Zaathang, like so many of our Anabaptists bishops, came from the ranks of the Independent Baptists, all of whom were weary with the lack of power, unity, love that is so prevalent amongst most Baptists congregations throughout the world today. And seeking to find the body of Christ, whose faith is that of Jesus Christ alone, evidenced not just by their professed beliefs, but manifestly declared to be the faith of Jesus Christ, whose life is daily manifest in their mortal flesh, Dr. Zaathang began a long search for some historic link that would help him find a haven of rest for his soul and ministry. Accordingly, that search was directed of God into a reciprocal collision with the International Presbytery's search for a Burmese minister, full of faith and the Holy Ghost; and in the fall of 2016, Dr. Zaathang began communicating directly with the Presiding Bishop, which resulted in his appointment to the Office of the Anabaptists National Bishop of Myanmar on March 4, 2017.
The Anabaptists Church of Kenya
The Anabaptists Church of the Kenya was established in 2006 at Malikisi, Kenya within the Bungoma District during a preaching tour of 6 Anabaptists open air preachers extemporaneously travelling across East Africa preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Located on the far western hill country of Kenya, where modern American missionaries are too fearful to travel alone, the introduction of open air preaching by 6 white American open air preachers was met with an enormous gathering of Christians from 4 different East African nations, hurriedly gathered to see this strange act of God. With several hundred East Africans making their pilgrimage to Malikisi, a revival of Anabaptist porportions errupted by the Holy Ghost, and a Church was began in that little market village, that has endured enormous afflictions and upheavals, but continues to this day under the ministry of the First National Bishop of Kenya, Constant Mukhoka.
The Anabaptists Church of DR Congo
The Anabaptists Church of the Democratic Republic of Congo was originally started in March of 1984 when the DRC was called Zaire. The church was started by an American Missionary within the walls of the infamous A.N.D. Political Prison in Kinshasa, where the former Adjutant General of Zaire was led to Christ and ordained as the first bishop of the Anabaptists Church in Zaire. Civil War and the fall of Zaire in 1997 also saw the execution of our first Anabaptists National bishop, who was killed by rebel troops in Lumbumbashi. The church was reorganized as a national church in December of 2007 with the ordination of Adolphe Kulu Muliro as the National Bishop of DR Congo. The churches are today centrally located on the eastern side of the country with the National Headquarters located in Goma.
To date, we minister in 12 different countries worldwide, and are actively preaching and seeking to establish churches in many others. If you would like to know more about our churches, their presbyteries or becoming an individual member, you are welcome to review the links upon this page, and contact us. Existing congregations and their ministers who are tired of the lordship apostasy running rampant through all of Christianity today, and who are interested in joining may contact any of our National Bishops listed on the Contact Page. If you are interested in beginning an Anabaptists Church in your country, please contact the Presiding Bishop of our International Presbytery via the Contact Page.
Attemtping to revive a dead church is a waste of Godly energy, resources and efforts. Church History will reveal that you CANNOT FIX a corrupt church, nor REVIVE A DEAD ONE!
The Anabaptists Church of Tanzania
The Anabaptists Church of Tanzania is headquartered out of Bunda, in the Mara Region, and was established in December of 2007 with the ordination of the first National Bishop Alphonce Lutakakwa. With Brother Lutakakwa's death in 2010, brother Domitian Majogoro was ordained as the National Bishop in Tanzania. The Anabaptists Church of Tanzania is officially recognized by the Republic of Tanzania, and has churches in the Regions of Mara, Mwanza, Dodoma and the Ngorongoro Valley.
The Anabaptists Church of Pakistan
The Anabaptists Church of Pakistan was started in January 2009 with the appointment of Andrew Sadiq as the National Bishop. Headquartered in Lahore, Pakistan our churches meet in Open Air Tents, and in Homes and when needed block long sections of open streets. In the midst of continual persecution, the Anabaptists Church of Pakistan is the largest and fastest growing National church amongst all of our Anabaptists ministries. The Anabaptists churches throughout the Punjab Province daily face enormous struggles of the faith in always bearing about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus, that the life also of Jesus might be made manifest in their mortal flesh, proving that there is always a cost of being a real Christian.
"And so were the churches established in the faith,
and increased in number daily". -Acts 16:5
"Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death?"-Romans 6:3
The Anabaptists Church of Malawi
The Anabaptists Church of Malawi is our youngest church, and was just recently started in Lilongwe, with the appointment of a National Bishop, Lawrence Isaac Lamech. Bishop Lamech and his wife Sisiria have six children, 4 of whom are grown now, and being used greatly within the Church music ministry. Brother Isaac is working fervently in establishing the churches throughout all of Malawi, and will be having their quarterly meeting in July at Lilongwe.
The Anabaptists Church of India
The Anabaptists Church of the India was established under the preaching of Bishop Yatham Jeevaratnam with headquarters located in Guntar District, Andhra Pradesh, South India. Brother Yatham was appointed National Bishop of the Anabaptists Churches of India on July 16, 2011. He resides in Andhra Pradesh with his wife Esther Rani (see Esther 1:1 & 8:9 the only places India is mentioned in the Bible). Bishop Yatham and Sister Esther have two sons, Sunil Isaac 19 years, and Anil Nehemiah 17 years. As with all the Anabaptists Churches, Bishop Yatham and his men are open air preachers, who weekly take to the streets, villages and districts of Southern India to preach in the open air to a lost and dying India. As with all of India, the Anabaptists Church and their National Bishop minister and preach daily in the most severe abject poverty, yet they remain faithful and their "great trials of affliction, the abundance of their joy and their deep poverty abound unto the riches of their liberality" (2 Corinthian 8:2).
The Anabaptists Church of Ethiopia
The Anabaptists Church of Ethiopia was established on July 4, 2017, with the appointment of Bishop Musse Belayneh Hailu of Addis Abbaba as the National Bishop of Ehtiopia. Brother Musse is the newest African minister to join the Anabaptists Church Worlwide, having been saved for over 31 years. Bishop Musse was called to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ 16 years ago, and testifies to God's dealing with his heart since the days of his early childhood. "I can remember as a child I had a strong yearning to become a spiritual man", is the earnest testimony of one of the most fervent African preachers in northern Africa. Brother Musse spent most of his early years preaching in the open air, and ministering wherever God would allow him, giving him many opportunities within various evangelical churches throughout the Addis Abbaba area. Bishop Musse is married to his faithful wife Ergib, and they have two children. Preaching the Word of God faithfully, in the open air, makes Ethiopia one of the most difficult countries in all of Africa to be a public
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The Anabaptists Church of Uganda
The Anabaptists Church of Uganda was formed in December 2007 at which time Rashid Arinoli was ordained as the National Bishop of Uganda. The Anabaptists Church of Uganda has struggled enormously in the shadows of historic persecution fields, still stained "with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus" (Revelation 17:6) under the cruel tyranny of the Idi Amin regime (1971-1979). The effects of that cruel persecution linger until this very hour in a country inundated with abject poverty, disease, and fightings within from muslim hate groups. Bishop Arinoli is the youngest of all the National Bishops of the Anabaptists Churches, but fervently the most joyous; and manifestly declares by his continual stedfastness amongst unbelievable trials and afflictions that he loves Jesus Christ and the Church with his dying breath.