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Landmark AHC was established in Dawson Springs 86 years ago in the spring of 1930. It began when a traveling Evangelist by the name of Sis. Isabelle Flowers, accompanied by another sister whose name has been lost through time, came to this bustling little coal and mineral-water town located in the coal fields of western Kentucky. They held a lengthy tent revival on a lot east of downtown, and out of that revival rose a congregation of Holy Ghost filled believers. Continue reading “Our Church”
Our Pastor, Russell (Rusty) E. Akers, was born in Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1975. Him and his family eventually ended up in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, when his father, Robert E. Akers, was elected pastor of Apostolic Holiness Church (AHC) in 1989. After graduating high school, Rusty continued his education by attending Madisonville Community College (MCC) for 2 years. He then transferred to Western Kentucky University, but withdrew after about 2 months of classes to move back home and work. Once again, he enrolled at MCC for the next fall semester, but didn’t feel like he was where God wanted him to be. After praying for direction, the Lord opened the door for him to move to Paducah, KY and attend West Kentucky Community and Technical College, where he learned the trade of barbering. Continue reading “Our Pastoral Family”
The following material outlines key components of our doctrine as an UPCI affiliated, Apostolic Pentecostal church. To navigate to a specific section on this page more easily, please feel free to use the sub-menu below. Continue reading “Doctrine of the Apostolic Pentecostal”