WOA Churches Gather to Celebrate Christmas 2022
The following is a statement by World Olivet Assembly (WOA) in response to a Newsweek article posted on December 20, 2022: In a recent article, Newsweek writes about the World Olivet Assembly and more specifically its General Secretary Rev. Mark Spisak. The article speaks about a federal investigation, in which agents are "looking for information" on Rev. Spisak. Citing an anonymous source, Newsweek claims to have seen digital correspondence with a "witness" but offers no evidence of or direct quotes from said correspondence.
Photos of WOA 30th World General Assembly
WOA 30th World General Assembly Brings together 1,500 Delegates at Olivet Asia Pacific Center in Korea
The World Olivet Assembly (WOA) held its 30th World General Assembly with the theme "Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done in Earth as It Is in Heaven" (Matthew 6:10) at the Olivet Asia Pacific Center in Hoengseong, South Korea. Opening on the morning of October 28 and concluding on the 31st, the WGA brought together some 1,500 delegates from every region of the world.
The World Olivet Assembly (WOA) is finalizing the preparations for its upcoming 30th World General Assembly (WGA) that will be held at its Olivet Asia Pacific Center (OAPC) near Seoul, Korea from October 28-30. With hundreds of participants coming from every region
Over the past few weeks and continuing until the end of August, World Olivet Assembly churches have held seasonal retreats in different parts of the United States and the world. Especially after prolonged times of distance due to the pandemic, retreat participants testified that they have felt refreshed through the study of God’s Word, through prayer and fellowship.