All Nations House Of Prayer
In 1984 under the guidance of the Holy Ghost, All Nations House of Prayer Full Gospel Temple was founded by Elder Garfield Curlin. There were
five members who gathered together to have service in the apartment of Elder and Sister Curlin. The garage of a member was renovated in 1985
and the members began to worship in the garage. The membership continued to grow. The Glory of the Lord was powerful in the little garage.
People came from near and far, and once they entered into the building they had an encounter with God. Although the building was small it
housed a mighty anointing.
In April 1991 it was time to move on to higher ground, the garage was simply not large enough to hold all the souls God had added to the ministry. The saints made another move to a building on West 2nd Street which was converted into a sanctuary. The anointing followed as God's spirit was manifested powerfully in the services and many revivals. God saw fit to continually draw souls and add to the church.
After much fasting, laboring and sacrificing, the vision would tarry no longer. In September 1994, God blessed us to build a sanctuary that seated 350. God continued to add to the church people from Hopkinsville, Ft. Campbell and Clarksville as well as from various other states. In February 1997 a Fellowship Hall and classrooms were added to the sanctuary. God has spoken prophetically and said All Nations House of Prayer will be a deliverance station for Souls, the ministry will be recognized for miracles and healing, and that His spirit would dwell in the sanctuary perpetually. With the addition of radio and television broadcasts, more and more souls have been drawn and added to the ministry. Because many Sunday services are filled to capacity on a regular basis, God spoke and said it is time once again to widen our boarders.