New Season for Kingdom Normal
PCCNA President David Wells
In a special summer greeting, PCCNA President David Wells looks forward to how God is leading Spirit-empowered people into a new season for "kingdom normal" living. He encourages us to connect with others as we live in unity, do justice, love mercy, walk humbly with our Lord, and walk in relationship with people who are unlike us. As we share the good news of the Gospel, we will see lives transformed. Be blessed as David sets the tone for this Communique, highlighting our Christian Unity Commission and member movements.
He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the LORD require of you But to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God?(Micah 6:8 NASB).
PCCNA/USCCB Conversation
Christian Unity Commission
After several years of discussion surrounding the possibility of dialogue between Pentecostals and Catholics in North America, the PCCNA executive committee has approved a three-year, informal conversation between a designated team of five PCCNA representatives and a team appointed by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Learn more about these conversations and other news from our Christian Unity Commission.
Challenging Reflections
CUC Chair David Cole
In our recent NOW IS THE TIME virtual conference, PCCNA Christian Unity Commission Chair David Cole opened the Christian Unity and Race Relations program segment with challenging reflections on issues at the heart of our mission and purpose.
“Our work of demonstrating unity in the power of the Spirit is still to some degree an aspiration.”
Equipping and Serving Churches
Pentecostal Freewill Baptist
According to PFWB General Superintendent Randy Carter, "Like many denominations, we are entering into a 'Re' season, a time in which we must review everything we are doing, rethink our reason for being, and realign around a few key purposes.” 

Launching a four-year plan called 2020 Vision, their goal was that PFWB would strive to become a “life-giving organization,” one that would breathe life into its ministers, their churches, and the communities they serve. Under Rev. Carter’s leadership, they set forth four foci: Leadership Development, Increase in Numbers, Faith Walk, and Equipping the Churches.
America's Prayer Meeting
July 23rd in Lebanon, Kansas
Prayer at the Heart is a national call to prayer.This invitation is extended to everyone who believes that God is able to heal our land and that He is our hope for revival and restoration. Participants have traveled prayer routes throughout the country and everyone is converging in Lebanon, Kansas, on July 23rd.
A Call to Pray at the Geographical Center
of the 48 Contiguous States
The Hispanic Prayer Platform (PHDO) has been established to serve as a catalyst, for churches, individuals, and prayer groups to become part of the global prayer movement actively participating within the NHCLC framework. They are communicating, convening, and supporting prayer in various communities, multiple states, and nations.

Developing "Schools of Prayer" with the goal of creating spaces for the most effective teachings on prayer, PHDO has the honor of having highly trained and experienced leaders involved in prayer and global prayer for decades.
ADF International
Defending Our Religious Freedoms
Launched in 2010, ADF International quickly expanded to become a global champion of religious freedom. In their recent Summit on Religious Liberty, they not only shared significant cases in which they are defending the freedoms of our churches but emphasized the importance of being proactive with your organization's legal documents (e.g., bylaws, charter, employee manuals, etc.) to avert damage and freely live and preach the Gospel.

Learn more today at Our PCCNA leaders and member don't need to navigate religious freedom issues alone!
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