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Locations for Watchman Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement, USA.

Washington D.C Area (U.S Headquarters):

9500 Annapolis Road Suite A5, Lanham MD 20706

Telephone: 240-764-6582

Fax: 240-764-6587



Baltimore Branch:

3 Greenwood Place, Pikesville, MD 21208

Telephone: 443-413-7986



New York Branch:

74 Pennsylvania Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11207.

Telephone: 347-517-9442



Houston Branch:

Suite A-8885 West Bellfort St., Houston, TX 77031

Telephone: 832-836-7605



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Status update

Our yearly Charismatic Week is around the corner once again! This is a special time of God’s visitation. Please begin now to make adequate preparations. It will take place from Thursday Sept. 10 to Sunday Sept. 13, 2015 (09/10/15 – 09/13/15). Come with your friends and family for the Lord will descend in power and glory to address the needs and concerns of the people!

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Aug 30 2015

Community Service Day 2015

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Status update

Our telephone conference line number has changed recently. Please update your records accordingly. The new number is 1-641-715-3640.  The Access Code however remains the same/ unchanged and it is 607858#.

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Jun 27 2015

National Family Sunday: The Peaceful Family

Sunday Light Fellowship 06-28-15
Watchman Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement
(Evangelistic arm of Voice of the Last Days Ministry
9500 Annapolis Road Ste A5
Lanham MD 20706

National Family Sunday

Topic: The Peaceful Family
Texts: Ephesians 6:4; Colossians 3:21


We are veering from our normal series of “What is your testimony” to look at the demonstration of testimony in our homes. Charity begins at home and if it is not found in the home, then there will be crisis. As we have been looking at the behavior of people in the church and outside the church, it is pertinent for us to be mindful of the place where our life hangs.

True life, both physical and spiritual, emanate from the home and from such homes there is peace and encouragement. If it becomes painful and discouraging then the home is not worth living at all. In the family there are duties for every member. None of the members should sit aloof or hang on the balance. The parents are examples to their children, in conduct and caring far above their jobs and profession, ministry in the church or social standing. It is the responsibility of the parents to give their children the upbringing that prepares them for lives pleasing to God. It is the family, not the church or school that is primarily responsible. The above will not be possible unless the parents are living as Christians and not as warring factions, enemies or cohabitants.

Their basic duties to their children are as follows:-
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Jun 22 2015

Annual National Mid-Year Fasting & Prayer Week 2015: Heal Our Land Oh God!

Watchman Catholic charismatic Renewal movement
(Evangelistic arm of Voice of the last Days ministry)
9500 Annapolis Road, #A5 &6
Lanham, MD 20706.
Annual National Mid-Year Fasting & Prayer Week  2015
(June 22- 28, 2015)

Theme: Heal Our Land oh God.
Text: II Chronicles 7:12-16.


Spiritual healing/ healing the church.
—Very brief exhortation based on our text emphasizing the need for repentance from every sin one may have fallen into and forgiveness of one another.
—Ask God to forgive you in any way you may have sinned against him and fallen short of his grace. Forgive those that may have offended you.
—Pray for the forgiveness of sins of individual members of the church.
—Ask the Lord to heal and sanitize his church and put commitment in the hearts of people that we have come to serve God and not man.
—Tell the Lord to make his power to be greatly manifest on this program; to do signs and wonders.
—Ask the Lord to bless and surprise those that participated on this first day of the program so that others will be motivated to join.
—Let us pray for the entire church, the body of Christ generally irrespective of denomination; tell the Lord to bring a great revival to the church.
—Tell the Lord to add daily to the church, those that should be saved.
—Any other need as local situation may warrant.


Healing the body
—This is the day to deal with all sicknesses and diseases. Lets us call upon the Lord to stretch forth his hand and cure the incurable and heal the unhealed so that his name may be glorified.
—Pray that the Lord will bestow the gift of healing to all our ministers and workers so that we can actually fulfill our ministry of being a means of blessing to the people.
—Pray that our fellowship meetings will be avenues of healing and by this, the people will be drawn to the Lord.
—Any other health need as local situation may warrant.
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Apr 11 2015

Easter Reflection: Judas and Peter

Easter celebration reminds us of a number of things that occurred in relation to the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Among those are Judas’ betrayal and Peter’s denial of Christ. Some may argue that Judas’ betrayal was worse than Peter’s denial while others may argue the opposite. One thing is common; both were acts of disappointment to their dear Master. There are some other similarities between both men’s actions; they were both forewarned by the Lord. In Mat. 26 Judas was informed that he was the person to betray the Lord (vs. 25) while in vs. 34, Peter was told that he was to deny the Lord thrice before the cockcrow. Another similarity is that both men completed their respective betrayal and denial actions without stopping amidst their actions to reason that they were doing exactly what they were warned against. If after receiving the 30 pieces of silver Judas reasoned that he was betraying his innocent Lord, he probably could have returned the money and decided not to lead the mob to Christ. Similarly, if Peter reasoned that he was doing just what he was forewarned against, he might have stopped after the first or second denials. The same Lord who warned both Judas and Peter has also warned us that those who are not saved will have their parts in hell fire. Again, like Judas and Peter, some people will not reason to heed the Lord’s warning until they enter into hell fire. It is amazing how we often ignore warnings thinking that we have things under control, but we don’t.

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Apr 02 2015

Easter Retreat 2015: An Ideal Christian Community

Watchman Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement
9500 Annapolis Road Ste A5, Lanham MD 20706

Thursday 04-03-15 to Sunday 04-06-15

THEME: An Ideal Christian Community

Text: Matthew 5:13-16; Philippians 1:9-11; 1 Thessalonians 1:2-8; Revelation 3:7-11


Historically, the early Christian community was first nick-named “Christians” in Antioch because of the life of Christ that was found in them (Acts 11:25-26). Today, there are a lot of so-called Christian communities and if you interviewed spokespersons for these so-called Christian assemblies and asked them to for marks of Christian authenticity that might be associated with their respective congregations, you will truly marvel at how much they have strayed from the standard of the early Christians. Some will hastily point at their age, numerical strength and influence [not due to Godliness] as positive proof of their authentic Christian walk; others would appeal to their regular vision of “angels” and the manifestation of “spirits”; a third category would consider themselves ideal Christians because of some Bible truths they haphazardly believe and keep; a fourth category would point to the miracles they have recorded and thus conclude themselves to be the genuine Christians. Yet, if those in Antioch who were nick-named Christians then were around today to comment, they would have certainly black-listed very many of these communities for the things they lack which were undoubtedly present within the early Christian church or for the things present in them which had no place in the early Christian church.

It is because of such a situation that the Watchman Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement—because of the ministry it has received (Isaiah 49:5-6)—cannot afford to be anything other than An Ideal Christian Community. Let us now consider and draw useful lessons from a few essentials of an ideal Christian community that we have been raised and ordained to be.

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