Chief Apostle Barbara Stewart
Barbara Stewart has spent several years developing the
Working Together in Unity Ministerial Coalition. The purpose of the
coalition is to provide support and an atmosphere of encouragement, present opportunities for trainings, conferences, summits, and leadership training seminars. These forums and conferences will be held throughout the year at various locations in the United States and along international territories as well. She is now using this same premise to go out into the community and bring people together to build up local communities. She has now written of her life experiences in a book, (http://somebodygottasaysome.wix.com/book) one of many to come!
She also oversees Tabernacle Apostolic Ministries, Inc..(http://revzapata.wix.com/tam-wtiu) and House of Glory Prayer Training Line (712-432-0360 SAME ACCESS CODE 292377# THE HOUSE OF GLORY IS NOW IN OPERATION DURING THE FOLLOWING HOUR MONDAY - FRIDAY (EST)
6 AM, 12 PM, 9pm)
To find out more about joining us, click the link above.
The WTIU Team consists of:
Apostle Denisa A. Burns, International President
Chief Prophetess Debbie Zapata, Treasurer
Prophetess Monica Stewart, Secretary
Apostle Sherese Bolar, Chaplain
Minister Andrea (Shelley) Mason, Graphic Designer
The theme: working together in unity: "Behold,
how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity" (Psalm
133:1). As we contemplate the meaning of this verse, it is obvious to us that
one of the key words in this passage is unity. What, then, does it mean for us
to dwell together in unity?
What does this mean for us? It means that we must now follow
their example as well, and manifest this unity and harmony of the Godhead in our
world today. Under the spiritual guidance and direction of our apostles,
prophets, and evangelists, pastors, and teachers; we must all - clergy and laity
alike - seek to know God personally as our Father and Lord, and strive to be one
with Him. Every time we gather together as the Church, to hear the word of God,
to offer our thanks, prayers, and love to God, and to receive the body and blood
of Christ in holy communion, we "become partakers of the divine nature" (2 Peter
1:4), and manifest our oneness and common union with God and with one another.
This oneness must then translate into common action by our working together for
a common purpose, according to the will of God, in order to accomplish the work
that He calls us to do.
“THERE IS STRENGTH IN UNITY”