"Demonstrating Unity in the Power of the Spirit" 

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  CanadianMovementsTwo Canadian Movements Reconcile
(Photo credit: Jack Skafte) This was a powerful moment of walls coming down between two bodies of believers. David Wells, General Superintendent of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (on right) and Paul McPhail, General Secretary of Independent Assemblies of God International (center) asking forgiveness for past sins and both uniting their faith and declaring unity among the body at the National Convention of IAOGI.

A historic reconciliation took place between the Independent Assemblies of God International Canada (IAOGI) and the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC) at IAOGI's 2017 National Convention in Ontario, Canada. PCCNA President Jeff Farmer was present and prayed over the apology between Paul McPhail, General Secretary of IAOGI and David Wells, General Superintendent of PAOC.

"IAOGI began in 1918 as the Scandinavian Assemblies of God. The Latter Rain Movement, a revival that started in 1948 when the Sharon Orphanage and Bible School were founded, brought further division between IAOGI and PAOC. Our people became separatists," says Rev. McPhail. "They left denominations and tried to take churches with them."

When Rev. McPhail joined PCCNA in 2005, "I declared I'm building bridges to denominations." Rev. McPhail apologized on behalf of IAOGI to Rev. Wells for "bad actions and bad attitudes." Rev. Farmer prayed for both movements as a representative of PCCNA which promotes unity among denominations and movements. "In reality we have been working together since 2005," says Rev. McPhail. "We work together through the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and Empowered 21."

"Demonstrating unity in the power of the Spirit," is PCCNA's mission. This heartbeat was expressed through this God-breathed moment of unity as PCCNA has provided the platform for relationships and unity between denominations, ministries and organizations.
GlobalOutreachDay800 Volunteers Participate in Global Outreach Day in Kansas City
Child receives prayer at a park outreach during Global Outreach Day in Kansas City.
Child receives prayer at a park outreach during Global Outreach Day in Kansas City. (Photo: Global Outreach Day, Kansas City)

A young girl led a family of eight to the Lord. The director of Global Outreach Day in Kansas City, Kevin Stark, prayed with a woman who was filled with the Holy Spirit. And another guy quit taking drugs and got rid of his drugs after receiving prayer. These testimonies are a snapshot of the great work God did on Global Outreach Day in America.

Global Outreach Day director Werner Nachtigal and International House of Prayer Kansas City founder Mike Bickle posted a video encouraging America to participate. Bickle and his wife, Diane, were part of the team that went door to door witnessing in Grandview, a suburb of Kansas City.

"We hosted six outreaches in parks throughout Kansas City," says Rachel Lee, Global Outreach Day coordinator. "We had a kids ministry truck with a stage and various people do evangelism. We also had about 500 people going door to door in Grandview. We visited 1,600 homes and distributed 5,000 pieces of material."

"I Am Second" donated New Testament bibles and "Every Home for Christ" provided tracts. "Over 10,000 dvds of the Jesus Film were donated to us in 16 different languages to reach non-English speaking people in Kansas City," says Lee. "We recorded 250 prayers for salvation and 23 people who received the Holy Spirit for the first time."

Global Outreach Day in Kansas City kicked off nine days of outreach in the metropolitan area. During that week, over 3,000 people had a conversation with an evangelist and their were 102 people who received healing. - Leilani Haywood

Jeff _ Ramona Farmer
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 

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finalcall FINAL CALL: Manuscript Nears Completion
Stories for Book due June 30

PCCNA's new book on contemporary miracle testimonies manifest through the nine gifts of the Spirit is due for release February, 2018. It is 80% complete.  BroadStreet Publishing has asked for the manuscript to be submitted by September 1, 2017.  Writer of the book, Dean Merrill, projects a manuscript submission date of August 1, with story a submission DEADLINE of no later than June 30, 2017.
This is a FINAL CALL for stories from you movement, ministry, or church!  The book will include a comprehensive profile on each of the ministry organizations that have at least one story in the book.  Send a couple of paragraphs about the story you would like to submit to  Hurry.
Remember - the story must take place in North America, it should be in your lifetime (the more contemporary the better), and we want one of the nine gifts of the Spirit to be involved in the miracle.  Since many "gifts of healings" stories have already been submitted, we will give preference to the other gifts.
PopeMeetingMembers Meet With Pope Francis in Rome
Rev. David R. Wells_ Rev. Samuel Rodriguez with his wife_ Eva_ meet Pope Francis
Rev. David R. Wells, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez with his wife, Eva, meet Pope Francis

A delegation of PCCNA members met with Pope Francis in Rome in June. Rev. Glenn Burris, president of The Foursquare Church; Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference; Rev. David Wells, General Superintendent of Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada and Dr. Billy Wilson, President of Oral Roberts University.  "The ministry of the Word was strong including messages from Pope Francis and the Pentecostal leader Rev. Prof. Giovanni Traettino when the Pope apologized in July 2014, for the Roman Catholic churches' past persecution of Pentecostals," said Rev. Wells.

_From left to right_ Foursquare Church President Glenn Burris_ Oral Roberts University President Billy Wilson and his wife Lisa_ and Rev. David R. Wells.
(From left to right) Rev. Glenn Burris,;
Dr. Billy Wilson and his wife Lisa; and Rev. David R. Wells.
  2017 PCCNA Meeting Pictures Available
Click here for pictures of the 2017 PCCNA REACH meeting. Thank you Barbara Bach for sharing these photos!
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