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Lizella Pentecostal Church Leader Apostle Albert Phelps Passes

by Amanda Smith

The Apostle Albert Phelps, founder of three churches in the middle Georgia area, passed away at the age of 78 on January 28, 2011.

Apostle Phelps and his wife, Pastor Ethel Phelps, spearheaded the formation of the Forsyth, Georgia Pentecostal Church in 1969; the Lizella Pentecostal Church in 1974 and the Fort Valley Pentecostal Church in 1980.

The Phelps' have broadcast "The Pentecostal Revival Hour" on Christian Television Network since 2004, a television ministry that is viewed worldwide and reaches 30 million people weekly.

Apostle Phelps suffered a stroke in 2008, but had recovered nearly 100%. Before his stroke, Apostle Phelps had begun working on a book about the history of the three Pentecostal churches that he founded. Following the stroke, Phelps wife Ethel finished the book for him and Apostle Phelps began work on a book about his stroke and the healing power of God. The Phelps have authored and published over 30 religious tracts to date.

Phelps was funeralized on February 1, 2011 at 11am at Lizella Pentecostal church, located at 7545 Knoxville Road in Lizella, Georgia.

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