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Hungry Swedes Fill Tent

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Mal Fletcher was the key speaker at part one of the National Pentecostal Conference in Nyhem, Sweden.

This event, first pioneered by the legendary Scandinavian apostle Levi Petrus some 50 years ago, has seen highs and lows through the years, but still attracts in excess of 10,000 people over 9 days. After a hectic round of main meetings in the large circus-style tent, Mal said, 'Many of these people come from smaller churches. To see their sheer hunger for God and the way they respond to the preaching of his word gives you great confidence that God has not finished with Sweden yet!'

In June, Mal also visited the Filadelfia church in Stockholm, which is recognised as the 'mother' church to Pentecostals around Sweden. Filadelfia is a core partner with NWI.
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I absolutely agree with you Mal on the danger of elevating of our leaders. There is something in man to want 'a king'. It's present in our current celebrity culture. It's curious when we see it in the world and it's pathetic when we see it in Christendom.
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