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Reformation Networking for Global Impact: Convergent Synergy

By Doug Beacham   Introduction British historian Niall Ferguson recently wrote, “To the ambitious outsider it is always worth going to the next party, no matter how late it is, for the sake of networking.” Quoting the Harvard Business Review, Ferguson noted, “the alternative to networking is to fail.”[1] In this conference, the theme word is...
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A Tribute to Rev. Robert Hough (1931-2017)

The World Missions Ministries family extends its condolences to Mrs. Marjorie Townes Hough and the family of Rev. Robert Hough who went to be with the Lord on Saturday, November 11, 2017. Rev. Hough served as an IPHC career missionary in Cuba from 1957-1961 and in Mexico from 1969-1974.  Rev. Hough also served the IPHC...
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The Fold: Bethel Life Worship Center

At Bethel Life, one thing is clear – loving God and loving people is our highest priority. There is a tangible atmosphere of love at Bethel, especially in our Loving Hands Ministry.This respite program provides a safe, fun evening out for families with children who have special physical, intellectual, behavioral or emotional needs. At Loving...
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Doug Beacham: Encourage, Noviembre/Diciembre 2017

Al finalizar 1 Corintios 16, en una carta donde el apóstol Pablo hace referencia a varios problemas, concluye con la apelación, “Ven, Señor” (16:22). La primera venida de Cristo afirma que el reino de los cielos “se ha acercado” (Mateo 4:17; Marcos 1:15). Pero nosotros, al igual que el apóstol Pablo, esperamos la plenitud del...
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Gonzales Newsletter: November 2017

Dear Partners and Friends, We are grateful to God and to our partners and friends for the incessant growth of the ministry here in Thailand. One of the urgent tasks that we are undertaking to fulfill the vision of 100 churches in three years, from 56 to date, is discipleship. The Bible classes at Thailand...
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M25: Vietnam Memorial Wall 35th Anniversary

November 11, 2017, Veteran’s Day. Yes, this day we remember those living among us! However, it is also a good time to remember those who paid the ultimate price or who has "reported to duty at The Eternal Gate".   On October 17, 2017, during Brig. Gen. Dale Hoover’s “Last Call” ceremony at the War...
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Helland Newsletter: November 2017

Ministry in Amsterdam's Red Light District "Now that I have God, I do not need all of the things I thought I needed. I don't drink alcohol anymore. My body has healed up. I am living a much healthier lifestyle. I know a peace that I never knew before. This summer, I went back to...
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Janssen Newsletter: November 2017

THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAY For quite some years, the International Pentecostal Holiness Church has been in partnership with Dynamic Church Planting International. This joint venture, on the road to church planting, is opening up incredible opportunities for the IPHC worldwide. As we have all known already for a long time, church planting is the most...
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Church Becoming Family: Family Experience

Church Becoming Family By Jana DeLano We now have six generations living in America! Each generation has unique characteristics formed by their collective experiences and culture, yet every generation shares a desire to explore, learn, and leave a legacy for those who will follow. We can value every generation by acknowledging each other’s needs, asking...
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Delport Newsletter: November 2017

WOW! THE CHURCH LOOKS SO IMPRESSIVE!!! BEAUTIFUL PEWS, CARPETS, AIR CONDITIONING, BEAUTIFUL PULPIT, AND STAINED WINDOWS... The first church service in the States is normally quite a culture shock to us after being in Africa for three years. Many of our churches in Southern Africa have concrete floors, no ceilings, basic windows, outside toilets, no...
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Global Church Leaders Commemorate 500 Years of the Reformation

In a historic event, Christians from 60 nations gathered in Berlin, Germany, at the Maritim Hotel Berlin for the Wittenberg Congress, October 31 – November 1, 2017. Led by the Global Church Network and Dr. James O. Davis, this gathering commemorated the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther writing his 95 theses and the beginnings of...
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Alabaster Jar

By Madeline Raglin What is the definition of love? Some say love is an affection, chosen and unconditional. Others say it is an emotional drawing toward an individual. However, in the minds of millions around the world, the definition of love encompasses brainwashing and manipulation. My eyes were opened and heart broken for those who...
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West Newsletter: October 2017

An Interview with our Kids (and other Happenings) Before sharing the interview I would like to share three prayer requests: 1) Praise God that we are finally finished moving! It seems like we spent all summer either moving ourselves or helping other friends and teammates move. That has all finally come to an end, with...
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Check Out "The Fold"!

Evangelism USA is thrilled to announce our latest initiative: "The Fold". These articles will give you an opportunity to keep up with what is going on in local IPHC churches and ministries, across the U.S.! We believe it will be encouraging and beneficial to see what your brothers and sisters in Christ are up to all...
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Vision 4 Education

For over 75 years, women throughout the IPHC have seen the importance of education, and especially the need for it in a Christian environment. IPHC Women’s Ministries has worked in the local churches for all these years to provide aid and assistance to students attending our denominational institutions. The students attending Emmanuel College, Southwestern Christian...
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Harvest Train 2017

November 21, 2017 will be a special day in Falcon, North Carolina! The Harvest Train is an autumn tradition to celebrate the ministry of Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services. Attendees line up their cars filled with nonperishable food items, clothing, diapers, cleaning supplies, and other home and school necessities. The Harvest Train leads the caravan and passes...
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Jesus Christ Came, and He Will Come Again

At the close of 1 Corinthians 16 in a letter where the Apostle Paul addressed numerous problems, he concluded with the appeal, “O Lord, come!” (16:22, NKJV). Christ’s first coming brought the kingdom of God “at hand, near” (Matthew 4:17; Mark 1:15). But we, like the Apostle Paul, await the fullness of that kingdom when...
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The Fold: Upward Church

Harvest Time! Every Sunday for the last eight years, or 416 Sundays, someone has made a decision to follow Christ at Upward Church. On June 30th of this year twenty-eight people accepted the Lord, on September 24th, 1,290 people were in attendance with twenty-seven salvations, and on October 1st, twenty-nine people chose to follow Jesus....
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M25: Queen's Breakfast

When: November 21, 2017 Where: Royal Home Ministries Who: M25 Ladies hosting Royal Home residents   Mission M25, led by Carolyn Burd, will host the residents of the Royal Home Ministries for a beautiful breakfast. The time together will include a delicious meal and guest speaker, Jody Voris, (Liberty Christian Center in Midwest City, OK) will...
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M25: Toys For Life Ride

When: November 20, 2017, 6:45 pm Where: Falcon Children’s Home campus   Join us as we continue M25’s ride for LIFE! It is not "anti", it is "pro!" We chose to offer life. We align with the scripture by fighting death with life as we support ministries that offer young ladies a choice! It is a...
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Wittenberg Congress to Convene in Berlin, Germany

October 31, 1517, marks the beginning of the Protestant Reformation when Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses to the door of the All Saints Church (Castle Church) in Wittenberg, Germany. Five hundred years later, the International Pentecostal Holiness Church will join with pastors and leaders from around the world at The Wittenberg Congress to commemorate...
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The Morning Star of the Reformation

By Dr. Frank Tunstall   Imagine your home without a Bible in the house, and what your life would be like if you could not read the Bible for yourself. Imagine going to church in a world in which the Bible is in Latin and can be read only by educated priests. Imagine that the...
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Hurricane Maria and California Wildfires

DRUSA ANNOUNCES DISASTER DECLARATION: NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FIRES Presiding Bishop Doug Beacham has approved the recommendation of the Disaster Relief USA (DRUSA) Committee to declare Northern California for IPHC Disaster Relief Response. Northern California has been battling a series of major fires.  According to The Washington Post, 21 different fires have burned over 191,000 acres, with many...
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Thoughts on Pastor Appreciation

By Doug Beacham   Leading God’s sheep in a local congregation is one of the highest callings for any minister of the gospel. The practice of a pastoral shepherd is rooted in the culture of biblical days and in the paradigm of care, protection, nourishment, and purpose that craft provided. Through Scripture, men and women...
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General Conference 2017 Interview: Bishop Garry Bryant

Take a moment to hear from Garry Bryant, the newly elected Executive Director of Evangelism USA. Recorded on-site in Orlando, FL during GenCon 2017, this interview will give you a glimpse at who Bishop Bryant is, as well as the direction the Lord is leading EVUSA!
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Embracing the Word and the Call

Since 1998, numerous IPHC congregations have commemorated centennial events related to their founding. One that is occurring this month is the centennial of the Gospel Tabernacle PHC in Dunn, North Carolina. This congregation is associated with the life of G.B. Cashwell and the Pentecostal revival that began in Dunn on New Year’s Eve, 1906. Many...
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Doug Beacham: Encourage, Octubre 2017

Desde 1998, varias congregaciones de la IPHC han conmemorado los eventos centenarios relacionados con su fundación. Una de las cuales tomará lugar este mes es la del “Gospel Tabernacle PHC” en Dunn, North Carolina. Esta congregación está asociada con la vida de “G.B. Cashwell” y el reavivamiento pentecostal que dio sus inicios en Dunn a...
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Southwestern Christian University Homecoming 2017

Since 1946, Southwestern Christian University (SCU) has invested in students. No matter what a student’s original intention, they leave SCU with a solid foundation rooted in community. SCU is where you make life-long friends and find your God-given purpose. If you share the sentiment about your alma mater, join us on November 3-4, 2017 for...
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Changing Seasons

Perhaps you have noticed that things all around us are changing. Depending on how long you’ve been alive, I am sure you have taken note of just how much the world in which we live has changed since your childhood. Some things have changed for the better and some things have changed for the worse....
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Diaper Run 2017: Final

Why would five men, ranging in age from 35 to 66, travel over 5,800 miles (with over 2,400 of those miles done in 47 hours and 53 minutes) on a motorcycle? Why would men, including a 73-year-old, spend money to purchase a brand new pickup and spend twelve days following the five men on the...
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Christmas 4 Missionaries

The weather may not feel like Christmas is around the corner, but it is for our IPHC Missionaries. In October, Women’s Ministries forwards all your contributions to Christmas 4 Missionaries along with any cards you send to the career and retired missionaries serving around the globe. This practice began in 1979 when the current National...
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Comfort in the Midst of Sorrow

Comfort in the Midst of Sorrow By Keith Marriner Recently I posted on the book of Ruth. I noted, among other things, how God worked in and through the suffering of Naomi to bring her to a place of blessing. God uses our afflictions to do some of his best work in us and through...
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Wooten Newsletter: September 2017

by Ron & Sharon Wooten To use the words of the apostle Paul in Philippians 3: “We thank our God every time we remember you. When we pray, we pray for you.” You all are a lifeline to us through your financial support, your communications to us, and especially your prayers that are lifted up...
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New Chapter for the Willhoites

Jeff and Verna Willhoite have served with World Missions Ministries for 17 years. We thank the Lord for their commitment to the Great Commission and the impact they have made throughout Indochina. We pray His blessings over them as they begin a new chapter of their ministry, as pastors of the Family Worship Center in...
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Some Antepenult Thoughts on Last Things

By Doug Beacham There is a popular view that this Saturday, September 23, 2017 will bring about the end of the world as a hidden planet will crash into our unique solar system home. I hardly know where to begin in thinking about this. But here are a few thoughts. First, please don’t go out...
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2017 Mid-Atlantic Annual Conference Report

By Bishop J. Talmadge Gardner I was honored to serve Bishop Abel & Trish Palomo and the members of the Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) as their presiding officer on Saturday, September 9, 2017.  According to Bishop Palomo, this was MAC’s sixty-eighth annual conference gathering. The conference was hosted at Kingsway Christian Center in Baltimore, Maryland.  Kingsway...
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Reflections After Our Historic Gathering in Orlando

More than 1,000 delegates, along with several hundred visitors, gathered in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, for the 28th IPHC General Conference, July 26-28, 2017. Prior to the General Conference, Discipleship Ministries hosted another well attended and successful YouthQuest, Fine Arts Festival and Day of Training for Adult Ministries in the IPHC...
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Roy Newsletter: September 2017

by Ron & Phyllis Roy NEW DAY With the end of every day, there is a new one arriving. Life is a continuum and so goes a ministry calling. Phyllis and I are blessed, and our desire for you is to be the same- BLESSED!!! Praise the Lord! ACTIVITY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE LAST FEW MONTHS:...
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Youth Quest Recap

YouthQuest 2016 was a whirlwind weekend filled with services, training, and of course, competition. The event kicked off on Thursday, July 21st with a full afternoon of Fine Arts at the Hilton, Daytona Beach Hotel. The evening service opened with a live performance from the YouthQuest Creative Team that included various creative elements including an original...
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YQ Awards Show

This is a night to celebrate YOU!!! We encourage you to get creative with your best "Starry Night" theme! Come on out, and dress to impress! Add a little bling, a little flash, the sky is the limit! For ideas on how to dress, please visit our YQ Pinterest at; pinterest.com/iphcyouthquest
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Creative Workshop at YQ16

Friday, July 22nd after the evening service in the Coquina Ballroom* *time and location subject to change Join us for a workshop on creative expression! We will have 4 different areas of creativity: Producers, Performers, Inventors, and Cultivators. These four groups represent a variety of different creative interests. Our hope is to provide you with...
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Special Guests For YQ16

Alex Seeley Friday, July 22nd speaker twitter @alexseeley73 | instagram @alexseeley Alex Seeley is a passionate communicator and teacher of the Word.  Possessing a unique ability to reveal how the Word of God is applicable to our everyday lives, Alex shares openly about how the power of God has proven real in her own life. ...
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Urgent Help Needed- Ecuador

Embed from Getty Images Saturday afternoon, April 16, 2016, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Ecuador.  The largest devastation in Ecuador since 1949.  Hundreds of large buildings collapsed and thousands of people are reported missing.  The current death toll is over 250 and is expected to increase as rescue and relief efforts are underway.  Our IPHC...
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Welcome New Child Sponsorship Coordinator

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    People to People Ministries is excited to welcome Teresa Brown to the WMMD team.  Teresa comes to us with over 15 years of children and missions experience.  She taught English as a second language to international college students attending Oklahoma City University, seeing many of them come to Christ.  While on staff with Scope Ministries...
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What's New at YQ

  #YQ2016 will be an amazing event. The team is working hard to plan and organize and we cannot WAIT to see everyone in Daytona Beach! This year we have made changes to several different aspects of YouthQuest. You can read over the full list of changes and updates below! If you have any questions...
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Microbusinesses

Through the Microbusinesses project, People to People aims to end extreme poverty among those in our IPHC international community.  A small amount of money is invested for individuals to develop their own business and enable them to become more self-sufficient and provide sustainable income for generations to come. People to People currently has two opportunities...
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#YouthQuest2016 Announces Core Value Influenced Theme

*graphics and images c/o Kaleigh Bishop The road to creating the theme for YouthQuest 2016 was a long and winding one, with a diverse group of people contributing to the concept. The theme “Luminaries” is a direct reference to the 2016 Core Value Emphasis “We Prayerfully Value Holiness” and may surprise you with its origin....
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PTP Fast and Feed the Hungry

There are millions of children all over the world who suffer from malnutrition which plays a key role in nearly half of all child deaths each year. People to People Ministries' Feed the Hungry program is currently working in over 20 locations around the world to provide aide for thousands of children on a weekly basis. During the upcoming season of...
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