Rev. Kay and Perry Horner
The PCCNA Executive Committee is pleased to announce the appointment of Rev. Kay Horner as the new Executive Director of PCCNA effective April 1, 2020.  Kay brings to this part-time staff position an extensive resume of organizational administrative and ministry experience.  You may read her full bio here.  Serving under the leadership of the new president, Kay will participate in all executive committee meetings as auditor and resource staff.  Many PCCNA members know Rev. Horner because of her national leadership and extensive network in the prayer movement.  Kay and her husband, Perry, reside in Cleveland, TN.
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A major earthquake in Puerto Rico on December 28 damaged four Assemblies of God churches and wiped out the home of an Assemblies of God pastor. The 6.4 magnitude earthquake left nearly one million people without power and hundreds of thousands without water according to ABC News.

Ivan De La Torre, the district superintendent of Puerto Rico, told AG News so far he's aware of four churches that have experienced damage, including two that have extensive damage and are no longer safe.

"We have one pastor that we know of who lost his home - pastor Felix Vega," De La Torre says. "He pastors in Guanica and his church is one of those that has extensive damage as well."

De La Torre says that the whole island is without power except the northeast metropolitan portion of the island. Many also do not have access to clean water. He and a presbyter are preparing to personally survey the damage, which is only now possible as many roads had been blocked by debris.

The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference launched a " Rise Up Puerto Rico" campaign to raise funds for disaster relief.
Rev. David Wells
In August 2019, I co-chaired the 25th Pentecostal World Conference in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with the theme "Spirit Now." A key aspect of this conference was to have a listening ear to what the Spirit is saying to the global church in these days. In the New Testament, we see that having "ears to hear" what the Spirit is saying regarding the future trajectory of the life of the church is primarily a corporate responsibility and exercise. While individuals, including prophetically gifted leaders, have a key responsibility to fulfill, it is as the listening body of Christ that we respond to the Spirit's call.

We see the tension of law and grace, privilege and bigotry in the first church being addressed by a called coalition of leaders who provided future direction based on what "seemed good to the Holy Spirit and to us" (Acts 15:28a).  Read more.
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Randy Remington and Glenn Burris Jr.
When God calls us to go  to a new place, He first calls us to leave.  Leaving precedes going. 
For instance, when God called Abram in Genesis 12:1 to go to a new land, he was first being asked by God to leave his homeland - to leave comfort, certainty, familiarity, security and the known for the unknown, unfamiliar, uncomfortable and uncertain.

The call for Abram was to leave and go, but it would take faith. There is no getting around it: following God's leading to new seasons, assignments and places is a journey of faith. Read more.

In addition to marking the New Year, 2020 also represents the start of a new decade. There is no better time to unleash dreams and benchmark accomplishments. But in order to gauge success, you must ask yourself a few questions. What is success? How will you measure it? And how will you know when you actually achieve it?

Is success the end of something, like crossing the finish line? Or is it the quality of that ending, as in finishing first? So much emphasis is placed on success in our society that the difference between running the race and running the race well is often confused. Read more.
PCCNA 2020 Meetingpccna2020

Registration for PCCNA's 2020 conference, February 26-28, meeting at Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport hotel, is only open until Friday, February 7th, 2020! The two-day gathering kicks off on Wednesday evening, February 26, with a  Hornblower Dinner Cruise departing from Marina Del Rey. Buses are provided at the hotel for transport to the dock.  Click HERE to register for the annual conference. 
Jeff & Ramona Farmer
" But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends  of the earth."   Acts 1:8 (NIV) 
Jeff Farmer, President

Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America