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Members Participate in Global Outreach Day
Global Outreach Day Testimony from Windsor Christian Fellowship
Global Outreach Day Testimony from Windsor Christian Fellowship
Pastor Rick Ciaramitaro promoted Global Outreach Day to over 161 churches in the Open Bible Faith Fellowship. One of his members, Jimmy, shares a testimony of how he led a friend to the Lord during the event. Jimmy's testimony of freedom from alcoholism ministered to his friend.

Foursquare Church's participation was primarily in Brazil and Church of God of Prophecy promoted G.O.D. 2019 at its General Assembly in Cleveland, TN. Assemblies of God U.S.A. plans to participate in G.O.D. 2019 as well according to General Superintendent Doug Clay.

Dr. Wayman Ming, Jr., General Bishop of the Pentecostal Church of God, said their denomination participated. "We did participate this year, but our participation included more communication of the Global Outreach Day than measurables. We used social media to get the information out but did not have a follow-up mechanism in place for results," Bishop Ming said in an email. "On a positive note, we are looking to be more proactive in that area next year."

Bishop Ming added, "To provide a better context for you, we provide short-term mission's trips throughout the year to several nations and also a more focused time of outreach is during the months of November and December in the U.S. During that time, we do inner-city outreach and specialized trips to Appalachia and Indian reservations. This next year, we are also hoping to expand our emphasis with a national outreach week to several inner cities in the U.S. We also have a very active disaster relief program with mobile trucks and trailers in the different regions of the country."
Members on the Moveonthemove
IPHC: Bishop Dr. Doug Beacham Elected to the Executive Work Group of the Global Council of Empowered21
The Global Council of Empowered21 met in Johannesburg, South Africa, May 15-16, 2018. The council is co-chaired by Dr. Billy Wilson, president of Oral Roberts University, and Dr. George Wood of the Assemblies of God. The Executive Work Group is selected by and from the members of the Global Council. Our presiding bishop, Dr. Doug Beacham was elected to serve on the Executive Work Group during the meeting in Johannesburg.  Read more

(Dr. Cathy Payne, Church of God of Prophecy)
COGOP: Pentecostal Denomination Celebrates, Reaffirms Women In Ministry
During the 100th International Assembly of the Church of God of Prophecy in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Bishop Sam N. Clements, General Overseer, opened his biennial address by giving honor and celebrating the roles of women in both speaking and serving ministries.

"Even though Jesus choose 12 men to be with Him, women were a vital part of His ministry and the ministry of the early church," he said. "They are also a vital part of the ministry today, and I want to recognize and honor our women in ministry." Read more

Council of 18 Elected at Church of God Assembly
Of the 18 men currently on the Council, five were ineligible to be reelected due to term limitations. After the nominating ballot and four subsequent ballots, the International General Council elected the eighteen who will be their representatives at the international level. Read more.

Evangelist Paula C. Smith-Hearn
COGIC Welcomes New Hire And Promotes Staff Member
The Church of God In Christ would like to extend a very enthusiastic welcome to Evangelist Paula C. Smith-Hearn as she assumes her new role as Executive Director of Human Resources.  Having previously worked in the capacity of Human Resources Consultant for the Church of God in Christ, Evangelist Hearn is already quite familiar with the Church of God in Christ's structure and operations. With a successfully broad background in Labor Relations and extensive corporate experience and knowledge, we are excited and grateful to now have Evangelist Hearn capably overseeing our daily Human Resource operations.  
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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New Membership Applications Receivednewmemberapp
The following ministries have applied for membership in PCCNA.  

After initial review and acceptance by the Executive Committee, the full Board of Administration must act for approval in our March, 2019 meeting:
  • United Pentecostal Council of the Assemblies of God, Chicago, IL 
  • Shiloh University, Kalena, IA
  • Table of Friends Church, North Richland Hills, TX
Passing a Spirit-Empowered Faith to the Next GenerationPassingFaith
Following receipt of a grant from the Center for Spiritual Renewal, the PCCNA executive committee has approved guidelines for implementing a visionary initiative to engage emerging young leaders.  

Once participants are identified (ages 26 - 37, selected by recommendation of their denomination or network leader), this cohort of Next Gen leaders will align with PCCNA for a three-year journey, during which time intentional collaboration will inspire the passing of a Spirit-Empowered faith. Questions should be directed to  Jeff Farmer .
PCCNA Extends Sympathies to Rev. Paul and Ginny McPhailcondolences
PCCNA extends condolences to Rev. Paul McPhail, General Secretary of Independent Assemblies of God International in Canada, whose son, Joel McPhail recently graduated to heaven. Click here for more information.

Ministry Moment: Apart But Together, How to Stay ConnectedMinistryMomentSantagate
Franklin Santagate, Vice President of Global Strategic Alliances, PureFlix
Family bonds are formed and strengthened in many ways. If you think back to your childhood, you probably remember certain things that were part of your family experience. Though there might be some special highlights, we often find ourselves recalling the routines that brought a sense of stability to our lives. It could be the importance of the family dinner at the same time each evening (if you had four brothers like me, not much was left if you were late). Or the time your parent(s) walked in the door from work every day. You might also recall those Saturday chores or the Sunday church service. Whatever your family's rituals, those repetitive patterns have probably influenced your own parenting priorities.  Read more
Women in Ministry Commission: The Search for Intimacy
by Kay Horner, Executive Director of the Helper Connectionwomeninministry
The University of Northern Iowa offered an art course that included a most unusual exercise. The teacher brought a shopping bag filled with lemons and gave a lemon to each class member. The assignment was for each student to keep the lemon day and night-smelling, handling, and examining it.  Read more.
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