Pastor saves church members from armed robbery

Pastor saves church members from armed robbery

During a Sunday service at All Creation Northview Holiness Family Church in Ferguson, Missouri, Pastor Marquaello Futrell, a former St. Louis police officer, noticed four young men with guns in their waistbands enter the church wearing masks. Using his divine intervention and policing instincts, Futrell intervened and instructed his media team to train their cameras on the group, while directing the congregation to pray for their safety. He then locked the church doors and called the police. Futrell can be heard telling the men they are on ‘Holy Ghost turf’ and that ‘God’s changing the plot’, while the congregation sang and prayed earnestly.

After summoning up the courage to speak with the men, he asked members of his congregation to surround them and pray for them, with some even placing their hands on their heads and shoulders. The men were in the church for 20 minutes before they left, and the police are still searching for them. Futrell realized early on that something wasn’t quite right with the group, and eventually found out they were wanted in connection with two robberies from convenience stores.

Futrell said his worshippers were thankful for him being able to navigate through what was an extremely delicate situation. ‘A lot of people really didn’t know what was going on. Many did and we had our children’s ministry on lockdown, and so many of the congregants were just thankful those able to navigate them through that process with the help of the Holy Spirit, the Holy Ghost,’ Futrell said.

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