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North Carolina Flood Update 2016
North Carolina Flood Update 2016
(COG) Hurricane Matthew Disaster Response
In recent days, a powerful hurricane named Matthew barreled first across the Caribbean, striking hardest the island nations of Haiti and the Bahamas. Matthew then surged up the U.S. Atlantic coast, wreaking havoc on North Carolina with torrents of rain and a powerful storm surge. Read more

(AG) Comfort for the Carolinas
When Hurricane Matthew veered off its predicted course and inundated North and South Carolina, it left some cities literally underwater. But Mercy Chefs was already in position, ready to go wherever they were needed. Read more

(COGOP) Disaster Relief - Hurricane Matthew
As the hurricane known as Matthew passed through the Caribbean, we all witnessed the violent winds, rain, and increasing intensity thrust on those islands. We have heard from the Island of Hispaniola, which is home to both Haiti and Dominican Republic. We also have a report front Cuba. Read more

(OBC) Hurricane Matthew - Convoy of Hope
Open Bible's Partner, Convoy of Hope's, response to Hurricane Matthew continues in Haiti and the U.S. as the death toll rises and flooding continues. More than 1 million meals have been distributed in Haiti and we have shipped more than 150,000 pounds of emergency relief supplies from our World Distribution Center that will arrive in the coming days. Read more

Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada's ERDO Provides Relief
Hurricane Matthew has claimed the lives of over 1,000 individuals and many residents are in great need after the tropical storm hit the Southern Peninsula of Haiti and Eastern Cuba on October 4, 2016. PFWB Responds to Hurricane Matthew
With much of our Pentecostal Free Will Baptist family affected by Hurricane Matthew, this is a difficult time for many. We are encouraged as we hear reports of pastors sending out prayers and words of encouragement to their church members, communities coming together, and people stepping up to help their neighbors any way they can. Read more 
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Election 2016 - A Call To Prayer
(Church of God) Election 2016 - A Call To Prayer

(TFC) The Foursquare Church Calls on Christians to Pray and Act

The upcoming November election is a quandary for a lot of people, including Christians. How would God want us to view it? Read more

(NHCLC) The Fight for Religious Freedom Begins at Home
As the United States prepares to elect its 45th president, issues surrounding the place of religion in American public life are at the heart of some of the most contentious debates in American culture. There are competing visions of what "religious freedom" means and whether there is any place for religion outside of individual private worship. The implications are numerous, from issues of marriage and abortion, to higher education and business.

Based on the candidates' background, policy statements, and your own analysis, how will they handle issues of domestic religious freedom as the next president of the United States? Read more 
 PersecutedChurchPentecostal Assemblies of Canada Asks Prayer for Persecuted Church
From November 6 - 13, believers around the globe will pray for the Persecuted Church. We invite you to participate.

Over the past two years, we as a church body have joined in prayer for a fellow brother to be released from prison and this fall we saw this prayer answered first-hand! One of our global workers shared an account of the dangerous reality of living for Jesus in an unnamed country. Allow me to share it with you and be encouraged by what God is doing around the world.

A team of Christian leaders on their way to a prayer meeting were called into the county office. They were interrogated for sharing the truth and for leading a group in their homes. These leaders did not give in to the threats and stood firm in their faith during their interrogation. They were eventually released, but a crowd had gathered and when the leaders emerged five men attacked them with knives.

Ali* was the most severely injured and was stabbed in the chest. Several hours later, Ali's family received a phone call explaining that the injuries were more severe than initially thought and he had passed away. The other group leaders quickly made their way to Ali's house to be with his family. One thing was clear; no one was backing down from their Christian faith or giving up the "good" fight.

Even Ali's wife, despite her immense grief, was standing firm. On this day these words of Jesus became real to all of us: "Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me. For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will save it" (Luke 9:23-24). In this part of the world, we prepare and train every new believer to understand that their lives could be lost for His name's sake. (Cont.) 

"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

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2017 PCCNA Meeting
REACH: 2017 Meeting Highlights
Special Speakers 
Pastor Louie Reyes, founder of New Church of Joy and Reach a Generation
Founder and Senior Pastor of The New Church Of Joy in Waukegan, IL, Pastor Louie pioneered a work that has put a priority on reaching the next generation for the past 20 years. He founded and is the Chancellor of the School of Ministry Bible College, he opened the Success Center,  an academic program for elementary children, and helps young adults who have grown up in his ministry fulfill the call of God. He continues to make a great impact in the lives of children, teenagers and adults.  
Pastor Brian Bolt, founder of CityReach Network
Pastor Brian founded CITYREACH NETWORK in 2010, which exists to plant and develop life-giving churches in strategic cities. So far, CITYREACH NETWORK has established over 50 churches with many more to be planted in the coming years. 
Pastor Brian and his wife Natalie continue to lead their church and cast vision for CITYREACH NETWORK.
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ContPAOCPentecostal Assemblies of Canada Asks Prayer for Persecuted Church (Cont.)
Continue to pray for the almost 600 new believers in the movement. We are asking the Father of Light to shine brightly through the lives of those walking faithfully with Him and to continue to shout from the rooftops that He is Lord of all! We're asking you and your church to join us in prayer for the persecuted church during the week of November 6 to 13.

We may not know the individuals who are persecuted, but they are our brothers and sisters in Christ. Could you take time during your Sunday services, youth ministries, home groups, prayer meetings, and children's ministries to pray for those who are following Jesus in difficult places?

Please pray for strength, perseverance, faith, peace, and spiritual breakthrough. Join us on social media as we post articles, stories and additional resources to keep this great need in front of us. - David Wells, General Superintendent, and Murray Cornelius, Executive Director of International Missions, The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada

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