The Remarkable Work of TICCN

The Remarkable Work of TICCN

This year TICCN ministers have been busier than ever. Around the world our devoted ministers and church members alike have contributed in sacrificial giving to the poor and needy. We have heard some amazing stories of sacrificial love and devotion for those in need. We estimate that since March this year TICCN ministers have given over 250,000 meals to the poor in addition PPE equipment and medical aid to some of the poorest people in our communities.

We feature here the work of TICCN minister Revd. Michael Fleming who has been at the forefront of work amongst the Covid-19 impacted and poor in Burnley. Revd. Michael spoke to Bishop Steven about recent events and the way in which they have been able to offer strategic resources to those most vulnerable and in need. He was also quoted in a BBC interview describing the dramatic scene of ‘Children ripping bags open for food’ during the pandemic.

BBC analysis shows the death rate from all causes between April and June this year in the most deprived areas was nearly double that of deaths in the least deprived parts of England. The majority of the top 10 cities and towns with the highest death rates were in the north of England.

Bishop Steven has confirmed that TICCN will continue to offer support and guidance to all our ministers during this unprecedented time. He also thanked the people who have responded in a remarkable way to the CoTs charity appeals. Currently the Go Fund Me page has received almost £100,000 in just over a week. Bishop Steven concluded by saying that “During these times of great needs TICCN is setting an example of walking in love and service whenever and wherever we can.”

Delivering Food Parcels to Families of Iligan City During Covid-19 Pandemic

Delivering Food Parcels to Families of Iligan City During Covid-19 Pandemic

First of all, on behalf of 3J2 Bible Center Anglican Church of Iligan City, Philippines, allow us to express our heartfelt gratitude for your generosity, the LORD GOD ALMIGHTY has blessed us by providing us with our needs, something that we have desired since the Lockdown started on March 15, 2020 because of COVID 19.
When my dear wife Sonia checked our bank account and have found that the blessings sent where already deposited into our bank account she didn’t withdraw it right away, but instead, she informed me that it is already there, we prayed together and planned again on what we are going to do with the money.
I contacted a Pastor who is a friend of mine, and he said, yes, to my request and let me borrow his Navarra Pick-up, and we used it to buy the stuff, like, rice, eggs, coffee, chocolate drinks, bath soaps, and canned goods.
May 13 – Wednesday, we went to the grocery store and the market to buy what we needed for the distribution, thanks and praise to the LORD for using that Pastor’s friend, for allowing us to borrow his Navarra Pick-up.
When we arrived home, my dear wife Sonia started re-packing, each pack has 5 kilos of rice, (actually, the original plan was 10 kilos for each family, but since we wanted to benefit more families, for each food pack, Sonia put 5 Kilos. This meant that instead of 25 families only, we can help 80 families), 15 eggs, 5 packs of coffee, 5 chocolate drinks, 5 small canned sardines, and one big Safeguard bath soap. Please know that even at this time no alcohol is available at the stores.
May 14 – Sonia continued re-packing. It was during this day that we contacted the members of the Church, so that on the next day, Friday they could come to our house and pick-up their share of the blessings. We also contacted some mothers at the Dumpsite to choose 50 families including them, and then, emphasized to them Social Distancing and Pre-cautionary measures to be safe.
May 15 – the members of the 3J2BCAC family came and picked-up their share, there were about 30 families who came.

May 16 – GOD provided us a vehicle, after lunch that day, when everything was already set, at 2:30 in the afternoon, we went to the Dumpsite, with all the food packs. When we arrived in the area, there were already a lot of people waiting for us, since we had already contacted and instructed a few mothers to choose 50 families. They observed Social Distancing, they were wearing face masks, and applying alcohol to their hands, we had a short program, then we started the distribution of the food packs. There are about 2,500 families in the village, the former Iligan City Dumpsite. After the distribution, people were asking why only a few were selected, and if there is another one coming, well, I just told them to pray for another wave of blessings to come.
All those who have received the food packs were so happy and so blessed, they were so grateful to the LORD for the blessings.
Again, thank you so much for your generosity and the generosity of the TICCN family, I hope and pray that GOD will continue to bless much and much more and the whole TICCN family.
Anyway, we have started praying in the family that there will be another wave of blessings, and that, we can serve more families.
May the LORD bless you richly and keep you real good.

Bishop Stephen and Sonia Villaester

Bishop Steven’s Vital Volunteers

Bishop Steven’s Vital Volunteers

Bishop Steven Evans of the Living Faith Church, who is also a Conservative elected representative for Orrell ward, has spoken of the efforts being made in the area by volunteers and his congregation.

Deliveries of food have been made to those who cannot get out to the shops or are shielding and Coun Evans has also been helping to visit those who are vulnerable but cannot be contacted by telephone to make sure they are OK.

His church has also been drawing up lists of those who are lonely or in need of support and creating a rota of phone volunteers to ring those who need to speak to someone.

Bishop Steven said: “That has had a tremendous impact.”

“We couldn’t have envisaged our ministry growing during this time, but we’ve had so many positive comments from people saying it is making a huge difference knowing someone is at the end of the phone and prepared to be there for them, answering questions and helping.”

“I’m hoping that the more people hear about things like this the more others will want to get involved.”

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Supporting the people of Pakistan

Supporting the people of Pakistan

TICCN Churches in Pakistan have responded to the Coronavirus emergency by distributing food among various communities. Muslim, Catholic and Presbyterian people alike have praised the kind work of TICCN through His Grace Church Network. Our volunteers spread the love of the Gospel in the practical distribution of food supplies and advising people in coping with these very difficult circumstances. Bishop Nadeem invited people to support the provision of food further and he can be contacted directly via

TICCN Bishop’s Feeding Program Needs Help

TICCN Bishop’s Feeding Program Needs Help

Bishop Stephen is reaching poor children who have no PPE and little awareness of the Covid-19 risks. They are also hoping to distribute masks and protective items but food is the current main priority.

Christian and Muslim children attending the TICCN Feeding Program overseen by Bishop Stephen Villaester in Illigan City, Philippines. The team meet every Saturday and are feeding and serving 200-250 Children every Saturday morning. The same team also feed the ‘Dump Children’ who live on the local rubbish tip, scavaging for food.

The issue at the moment is that for five Saturdays they were not able to offer the Feeding Program. Adults and children alike are hungry. Can you help us help them and continue our Feeding Program.

If you would like to offer a gift please respond direct to Bishop Stephen Villaester by writing to:

Or you can send your gift straight away using the details below:

Account Number: 1800257366

Bank Address:
Labao Street Corner Del Pilar Street
Iligan City 9200

Swift / Bic Code: BNORPHMM

Zambia Ordinations

Zambia Ordinations

by the Rt.  Rev. Dr. Martin M. Davis

During my recent trip to Zambia, I ordained the following men and women as pastors in The International Charismatic Church Network.

  1. Chomba Mande – Repentant Five Fold Christian Church, Mpika
  2. Clever Tembo – House of David Fivefold Christian Church, Chawama
  3. Mwantikisha Nicolaous – House of Joshua Five Fold Christian Church, Chongwe
  4. Richard Lwando (Apostle) – Five Fold Christian Church, Mufulira
  5. Chilufya Aloysius – Five Fold Christian Church, Mufulira
  6. Justine Mwape – Five Fold Christian Church, Mufulira
  7. Evelyn Chioko – House of Abraham Five Fold Christian Church

The following ordained ministers were received into The International Charismatic Church Network.

  • Amos Banda – House of Judah Five Fold Christian Church
  • Hildah Banda (Evangelist) – House of Judah Five Fold Christian Church

Bishop George Musandile with his familyBishop George Musandile was received as Bishop in The International Charismatic Church Network by Archbishop Doyle Volentine and Bishop Martin M. Davis.

Bishop George Musandile oversees a group of nine churches in Zambia, known collectively as Five Fold Christian Church. Each new pastor was ordained to the ministry of Five Fold Christian Church under the umbrella of TICCN.

Example of ordination certificate.

Criminal to Pastor

Criminal to Pastor

TICCN minister Michael Fleming talks to Gareth Cottrell on UCB Radio, and shares his incredible testimony, and transformation from a drug addict to a Pastor.

Revd. Michael was ordained earlier this year by Bishop Steven, the Presiding Bishop of The International Christian Church Network, and TICCN Revd. Phillip Ingham, at Living Hope Church in Pendle.

Revd. Michael ministers to over 65 Small Groups and various evangelistic outreaches. Click here to read more about Michael and his ordination.

Ordination of Michael Fleming
Bishop Steven Evans, assisted by Revd. Phillip Ingham ordained Michael Fleming

TICCN Conference News

TICCN Conference News

The annual TICCN conference was held at Living Faith Church, Greater Manchester this past week, with ministers and an archbishop travelling from as far as the US to be here.

We talked about strategy and how best to engage with the social issues in today’s society, ministers had a chance to share about their work and missions they have been involved in, and a service of ordination was also held.

Archbishop Doyle Volentine, along with Bishop Steven ordained David Brewer on 10th October 2019. Revd. David Brewer has a call to preach to the African nations and has been on several mission trips to East Africa, including visits to Kenya and Tanzania.

Among the ministers sharing about their work were Revd. Steven Bellant talking about his mission trips to Nepal and the tremendous impact that the local Christians have had in providing aid and rebuilding communities after the earthquake.

Revd. Michael Fleming gave account of wonderful healings and miracles taking place on the streets of North West England; with many coming off drugs instantly, and one man who had overdosed, pronounced dead by paramedics, brought back to live by the power of God.