IPHC Remembers Rev. George Cashwell 1935-2017

Rev. George Cashwell, a native of Roseboro, North Carolina, passed into his eternal home Monday, January 30, 2017. Brother Cashwell attended Holmes College of the Bible from 1951-1956. After marrying a Pentecostal Holiness girl, Ella Gaylord, from Charleston, South Carolina, he became a member of the Pentecostal Holiness Church. He pastored the North Charleston Church...
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In Memory of T. Ralph Davis

Seldom does one find a pastor who is as comfortable in the church kitchen as in the pulpit. Most would prefer a dress suit to an apron. That, however, was not the case with the Rev. T. Ralph Davis. Throughout his life and ministry, Brother Ralph maintained a healthy balance between providing nourishment for the...
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Upper South Carolina Conference Adopts a New Name

The Upper South Carolina Conference has been experiencing a genuine renewal of the Spirit over the last six years.  In 2015, we celebrated 100 years of becoming a conference in the International Pentecostal Holiness Church.  The Lord continues to show us His mighty favor as we advance His purpose in our generation.  In October 2016,...
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2017 General Conference Committees

The IPHC General Conference Committees are continuing to prepare for the 28th IPHC General Conference, July 26-28, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. The three General Conference Committees are the Delegate Certification Committee, Decorum Committee and Bylaws Committee. Every four years the Bylaws Committee reviews the Bylaws of the IPHC and offers proposals and amendments for the...
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Praying for Presidents

I remember learning my evening prayers as a little boy as my parents knelt each evening. We always included praying for then United States President Eisenhower. Since then, I have prayed for successive Presidents: Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II, Obama, and now President Trump. As I learned more about...
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Thinking On MLK Day

Today in the USA is a national holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Many of us Baby Boomers remember the difficult days of the 1960s as Dr. King stirred the conscience of the nation. We remember when our public schools were segregated, then integrated. For many of us, our sense of righteousness, justice, and...
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