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Jesus Miracle Crusade

The Jesus Miracle Crusade International Ministry (acronym as JMCIM) is an Apostolic Pentecostal religious group from the Philippines which believes particularly in the promotion of miracles and faith in God for healing. JMCIM is founded by Evangelist Wilde E. Almeda in February 14, 1975.

Contents

  • Doctrine 1
  • Broadcasts 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Doctrine

The JMCIM Apostolic doctrine believes in three manifestations in one GOD: as God the Father in creation, as Son of God in redemption, and as Spirit of God in regeneration.

They also adhere to the Pentecostal formulation of baptism, whereby believers are baptized in the name of Jesus Christ, commonly referred to as Jesus-name baptism, rather than using the Trinitarian formula, and promote Pentecostal standards of Holiness in conversation, appearance, and way of thinking.[1]

The church also follows the Pentecostal worship practices of spending many hours in worship and singing praises to God.

Broadcasts

Jesus Miracle Crusade TV Show was originally launched on IBC 13 from 1975 to 1988, following the success of their program, the TV show transferred again to GMA 7 from 1988 to 2002, and now Jesus Miracle Crusade was now currently aired on PTV-4 from 2007 to present.

References

  1. ^ "Doctrinal Views". United Pentecostal Church International. 2010-07-06. 

External links

  • JMCIM Website
  • JMCIM Live Streaming


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