TODAY IN HISTORY 20 JUNE

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20 June 1979: Joepraize (Joseph Omo Ebhodaghe) is born in Edo State, Nigeria. Minister Joepraize is a Gospel Music Minister and a Songwriter.

20 June 1954: Felix Aderemi Adejumo is born in Osun State, Nigeria. He is a Reverend and the Founder of The Agape Christian Ministries Worldwide. He is married to Reverend Mrs. Funke Felix Adejumo and they are blessed with children and grandchildren.

20 June 1936: Florence Louise Crawford is called to glory. She began the Apostolic Faith Mission on the Pacific Northwest Coast of the United States of America.¬†She was also an active worker at the ‘Azusa Street Mission’ where she was healed of spinal meningitis. Florence was a Secretary to William Seymour, the Visioneer of Azusa Street Mission.

20 June 1945: Zacharias Tanee Fomum is born. He was the Founder of Christian Missionary Fellowship International, (CMFI) Cameroon. He was also a Professor and an author of over 350 books. He was called to glory in 2009.

20 June 1948: Cirilo B. Flores is born. He was born in California, United States of America. He was a Prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He also served as a Bishop of the Diocese of San Diego in California from 2013 until he passed on to glory in 2014.

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