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- From the Pastor Beulah Apostolic Fellowship Center is an Apostolic arm established in Hyattsville, Maryland, to propagate the Gospel through preaching, teaching, and the exemplary living of a Christ-like life as commanded by our Lord Jesus Christ. We believe that there is but one God manifested in the person of Jesus Christ (I Timothy 3:16). We believe and practice the Apostles' doctrine as preached on the Day of Pentecost that repentance and remission of sins must be preached in His name, beginning at Jerusalem, and that baptism in the Name of Jesus Christ and the filling of the Holy Ghost, according to Acts 2:38 are paramount to salvation. We believe that when one receives the Holy Ghost, the Spirit of God speaks as the utterance is given. Further, we believe that through His death, burial, and resurrection, we all have access to eternal life, and also a sin-free life in this present world. We believe that God is coming back for us in the person of Jesus/Christ, where ultimately we will live with Him unencumbered by sin. We believe that the manifestation of the Spirit of God continues to be in the Church today, and as such we show respect for the moving of God in our services. All our teachings for a practical, righteous life and its components are from the Holy Bible which we believe is the manuscript given by God as a compass to reach God and His blessings. Pastors Horace A. Morris is the pastor. He received the call of God at the age of seventeen. After 9/11, 2001, he began to see death and its reality. In 2005, he answered "Yes, I will God." In 2006, he was directed to the Hyattsville area with a burden to "throw out the lifeline" and rescue lost souls. So, in May 2007, he began to minister in the Hyattsville area. Pastor Morris teaches English at Howard University and has other credentials, for which he gives Glory to God and desires to use his abilities to the Glory of God.
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