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Members Respond to Hurricane Dorianhurricanedorian
(Source: Bahama Information Services)
Hurricane Dorian was a Category 5 hurricane that struck the Bahamas from September 1-3, and caused significant damage to the Southeastern United States and Atlantic Canada. The hurricane devastated Grand Bahama and the Abaco Island which left 70,000 people homeless.

Several members have partnered with Convoy of Hope or provided disaster relief through their internal organizations to victims impacted by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Church of God's World Missions ministry was started in the Bahamas in 1910. Church of God (COG) has 73 churches with over 184 pastors serving 6,000 members.

Moses Johnson, COG Overseer in the Bahamas said, "Many of our churches and parsonages have been destroyed and they are still accounting for lives that have been lost. The needs are overwhelming!" Donations are being collected online at which are going directly to relief efforts.

Foursquare, Church of God in Christ, Open Bible Churches, and Assemblies of God USA are partnering with Convoy of Hope to provide relief. David Speer, AGWM area director for the Caribbean, reports that of the 30 inhabited islands, Grand Bahama and Abaco Island were in the hurricane's main path. Five AG churches are located on each island.

Bahamas AG General Superintendent Patrick Paul told Speer that Abaco Island's March Harbor city center had been under eight feet of water Monday. Superintendent Paul has learned from his leadership team living in Freeport, Grand Bahama, that flood waters have reached 20 feet in depth, and nearly two-thirds of homes are completely underwater. One pastor reported climbing into his house rafters to escape 11 feet of water flowing through the structure.

Church of God of Prophecy's National Overseer Bishop Franklin Ferguson said, "Initial reports indicate that we have lost at least three churches in Abaco with a fourth church sustaining roof damage with leakage, necessitating the relocation of our people who had come to the church for safety. It is impossible to know to at this time about personal damage or loss."

International Pentecostal Holiness Churches is partnering with People to People to provide food and supplies to hurricane victims.
Pentecostal Church of God Re-formation:
Shattering the Missional Ceiling for Women in Leadershippcgwomenleadership
Through an overwhelming decision at the Centennial Celebration for the Pentecostal Church of God, women were afforded the opportunity to serve in all levels of missional leadership. 

With an inspirational challenge, General Bishop Wayman Ming Jr. presented and recommended the reformative resolution stating, "In the PCG, we provide the highest level of credentialing possible for women-the level of ordination. With this one significant decision, we can align ourselves with the comprehensive nature of God and Scripture and not only offer the highest level of ordination but all the gifts and privileges it affords."

In 1919, the year before American women were even granted voting rights, the Pentecostal Church of God chose to offer its first license of ordination to a woman, Ida Tribbett. Now, one-hundred years later this divinely providential moment, which shatters the missional ceiling for women in leadership, only seems fitting for a movement preparing to write a new chapter for its 2 nd -Century.
Pentecostal World Fellowship Announces
New Officersdrwilson

On August 29 at the Pentecostal World Fellowship's 25th triennial conference in Alberta, Canada, Dr. William M. Wilson was elevated to the role of chairman of the organization, leading along with 30 total advisory committee members as they represent Pentecostal organizations from around the world.

The Pentecostal World Fellowship is the world's largest global collaboration of Pentecostals, representing 61 denominations and organizations from across the globe. This year's conference was attended by more than 3,000 delegates from 75 countries. As a cooperative body comprised of Pentecostal organizations, the mission of the Pentecostal World Fellowship is to "unite and mobilize the global Spirit-filled family in completing the Great Commission of Jesus Christ."

This honor bestowed upon me by such an esteemed group of world leaders is humbling," said Wilson.  Read more
Memphis Chapter Hosts Unity Eventunity

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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Elliott Reyna is a student at the Christ for the Nations Institute. He was appointed to the Next Gen Cohort by Fermin Garcia of Grupo Unidad in Mexico.

Favorite scripture:
Right now its Gal 2:20 " I have been  crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives  in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God,  who loved me and  gave himself for me. "

What are you reading right now?  The King Jesus Gospel by Scott Mcknight

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PCCNA 2020 Meetingpccna2020

Registration is now open for PCCNA's 2020 conference, February 26-28, meeting at Four Points Los Angeles International Airport Hotel! The two-day gathering kicks off on Wednesday evening, February 26, at the  Hornblower Dinner Cruise departing from Marina Del Rey. Buses are provided at the hotel for transport to the dock.

Special arrangements have been made for conference early birds to participate in a Pentecostal Heritage Tour - if they choose to do so.  The tour is all day Wednesday, February 26, starting at 8:00 a.m., and will conclude about 4:00 p.m., in time for the opening dinner cruise.  

The tour is hosted by renown Pentecostal scholar Dr. Cecil "Mel"  Robeck. The revival history you learn, and the sites you visit, will be inspirational and historic.  You will see the Bonnie Brae house, the  Azusa Street Mission site, Angeles Temple, and the Foursquare Heritage Center, including Aimee S. McPherson's parsonage and memorabilia.  

NOTE: There is limited seating - one 55 passenger coach. Lunch will be provided. Separate registration is required for this Heritage Tour. The cost is $25 per bus seat. Hotel arrival should be Tuesday, February 25, in order to begin the tour Wednesday a.m.  Caution: registering for this event does not register you for the annual meeting.  Click HERE to register for the annual conference.  Click HERE to register for the Heritage Tour.

Sessions from the Pentecostal World Conference were recorded and are available for viewing online. 

Visit  and click on the "Live Stream" button; each of the sessions are labelled. Each session includes the preservice announcements and promotion - you can skip ahead on the video to the worship and the messages section.

Consider watching Session 3 on August 28. 2019 where  Rev. Dave Wells, General Superintendent of the PAOC and Rev. Wes Mills, President of ACOP, speak about their shared history. The message begins at 2:08 of the video.
Global Outreach Day / 
GO 2020 USA Meeting GOLAMtg

On the 70th Anniversary of the Billy Graham Tent Crusade in Los Angeles, leaders are gathering on September 25th to remember and mobilize for GO 2020. Registration is free. The meeting will be at the Hyatt Regency, near Los Angeles International Airport.

Among others, speakers include Lee Strobel, Ed Stetzer, Steve Douglass (CRU), Nick Hall and many others. Click here for details .

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