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The Day that Everything Changed

Preachers, myself included, have no problem boldly declaring the promise from the Lord that nothing is final until He calls it final. After completing The Diaper Run, a notably difficult and taxing motorcycle ride with Mission: M25 Director Gary Burd, I was ready to come home and rest. Forty-seven hours of riding on a motorcycle...
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Global Outreach Day

The IPHC and EVUSA have partnered with Global Outreach Day in order that every believer share the gospel on the last Saturday of May, each year! For this year, 2018, that Saturday falls on May, 26th. Check out this pamphlet, featuring Bishop Beacham, to learn more about how you can get involved! It is our...
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Why Lent?

Mardi Gras. Ash Wednesday. You may be familiar with these terms, but did you know that they are all a part of a tradition called Lent? Lent is celebrated during the forty days (excluding Sundays) before Easter. It is a time set aside to prepare for the Easter holiday and to reflect on Jesus Christ-...
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God's Work Extends to All Generations

The verses in Ephesians 3:16–21 are special to me. They’re special because it was a prayer my father prayed over me during the Georgia Conference camp meeting in the middle 1990s. My friend Bane James had asked me to speak at one of the morning sessions. At the close, Bane asked my father to come...
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Johnson Newsletter: February 2018

Johnsons to Haiti Hey y’all! As many of you already know, the Johnsons are back in Haiti. Our first term, beginning in 2012, started out busy with us immediately hosting teams. After our recent furlough, we arrived back in Haiti August 15, 2017. This time, although we did not jump right back into hosting teams,...
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We Need Each Other

"We Need Each Other: We Prayerfully Value All Generations" By Richard Goad- Pastor of River of Life Church, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma John was pleasantly surprised. His wife had just handed him the phone. Their daughter’s call wasn’t unusual. She called once a week. Her conversations were almost always with her mom, and they usually ended...
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The IPHC Remembers Bishop James D. Leggett

The International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) is thankful for the life and ministry of Bishop James D. Leggett, who died Thursday morning, February 8, 2018, at his home. General Superintendent Doug Beacham remembers Bishop Leggett fondly, “James Leggett led the IPHC into the twenty-first century with great wisdom, personal character, and a vision to reach...
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Historic Merger in Chile

By Doug Beacham Sunday night, Feb. 4, was a historic evening in Santiago, Chile, with the official merger of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) and the First Methodist Pentecostal Church of Chile, along with the mother church, the Evangelical Cathedral (Jotabeche Church). With several hundred thousand members primarily in Chile, the IPHC global membership...
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IPHC Rides For LIFE!

IPHC’s commitment to stand for life continues in 2018!   Disappointments, setbacks and hurdles will not deter us! As Pastor Marty Alvarado said, “we are here, we are making a stand and a statement!”   First of all, we missed our Bishop Doug Beacham who initiated the IPHC’s commitment to the March for Life in...
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Bamba Newsletter: February 2018

Greetings from Japan! We are thankful and excited about the New Year God has given us. We are also thankful for each one of you who are joining us on this adventure through prayer and support. There are so many people who have never heard the name of Jesus before and have no concept of...
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Janssen Newsletter: February 2018

Be still The New Year was coming and we were wondering what we could give to the believers as we teach in 2018. What precious Word of our Lord could we explain to them to prepare them for the imminent coming of our loving Savior? Their lives are not easy, as many people in our...
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All Generations: Ben & Ariel West

Missions Through the Eyes of Ben The Monday following Thanksgiving, I found myself cruising around in a rented minivan along the Chinese side of the North Korean border. The riverside highway was smooth (no potholes) and slick (snowpacked). The sky was clear, cold, and bright. As I discreetly tossed bundles of Chinese tracts to the...
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All

Earlier this month, EVUSA hosted what was dubbed the "EVUSA Leadership Gathering," in Oklahoma City. Conference Bishops, Evangelism Directors and other IPHC leaders from all over the nation were invited to participate. It was the first major opportunity of the year to let the American church hear from EVUSA and for vision for the next...
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A Tribute to Rev. Esther Rose Gamble Gardner (1931-2018)

Rev. Esther Rose Gamble Gardner, 86, of Burlington, NC, went to be with her Lord and Savior on the 30th of January 2018. Born in Greenville, PA, on the 12th day of October 1931, she married Dr. James A. Gardner on September 11, 1954, who preceded her in death. A graduate of Holmes Bible College...
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Clowers Newsletter: January 2018

FIRSTHAND WITH BRENDA & DAN We pray you had a great holiday season, and that you entered this new year of 2018 with high expectations from the Lord. Our prayer for you is that God will bless you and your family in great ways. After a year of busy schedules and several medical issues, we...
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Valuing the Unborn Generation

By Janese Bennett   As the IPHC highlights our fifth core value, “We Prayerfully Value All Generations,” there is no better way to begin the year than to focus on the youngest of all generations—the unborn. For the last several years various churches and ministries including Falcon Children’s Home, Royal Home Ministries, Mission M:25, and...
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Pass the Salt

“Please Pass the Salt” By Rachel King, Discipleship Director for the Sonshine Network Ministries This familiar phrase is heard at tables everywhere. As families gather at the dinner table, in the kitchen of an avid cook, or even at a fast food restaurant, salt is the staple for adding flavor to every type of food....
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Pruitt Newsletter: December 2017

A Fruitful Year The year 2017 was one of the most fruitful years of ministry. A year of Harvest! ‘We plant and sow, but it is God who adds the increase.' New doors of opportunity have expanded in Asia and South America to mobilize and send missionaries, then provide training to care for those missionaries....
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All Generations: Janene Wooten

By Janene Wooten Hello, my name is Janene Wooten. I am an IPHC missionary stationed in Hungary and working on staff for The Awakening’s International Base. I am 24 years old. That may seem young to some of you, and I suppose it is, but being a missionary on the field is a dream and...
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A Tribute to Rev. Mario Gutierrez (1940-2018)

World Missions Ministries extends its deepest condolences to the family of Rev. Mario Gutierrez. Rev. Gutierrez served as a Career Missionary in Latin America with World Missions Ministries from 1971-1982. At the time of his passing, he was part of the Texas Latin Conference, IPHC where he had been serving as an evangelist and Bible...
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Roy Newsletter: December 2017

WOW JUST WOW I am always amazed at how some things work out. I won't go into great detail, except to say, WOW! My car broke down, died in a mountain desert, just before sundown. Long story short, I made it to a hotel, safe and sound, and home by the next day. The car...
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God’s Kingdom Welcomes the Poor and Outcasts of the World

By: Doug Beacham I am grateful that the IPHC is so deeply committed to serving the poorest peoples and nations of the world. Through the various avenues of World Missions Ministries, we are sharing Good News through word, deed, and presence. We stand with thousands from various Christian communions who pray for, give to, and...
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Things I Cannot Comprehend

By: Doug Beacham Life is beautiful, loving, hopeful, caring, affirming, meaningful. Life is chaos, tragic, confusing, meaningless, destructive. Both sentences are true. God is love, holy, light, merciful, compassionate, caring, faithful. Sometimes my questions, confusion, hurt, grief, and even anger, make it difficult to believe what the Bible tells us of God. Both sentences are...
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A Tribute to Amy Lambert (1984-2018)

Our hearts are broken at the loss of our dear friend and former Discipleship Ministries Council Member, Amy Lambert. Amy passed away on Sunday, January 7, 2018. She touched the lives of many through her ministry, and through the word of her powerful testimony. She left an eternal legacy on the hearts of every person...
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Doug Beacham: Encourage, Enero 2018

El quinto valor fundamental de la IPHC es, “en la oración valoramos a todas las generaciones”. Basándonos en el Salmo 100:5, durante el transcurso de este año descubriremos lo que la Palabra de Dios nos dice acerca de nuestra relación a través las generaciones. Los ministerios de discipulado de la IPHC “Discipleship Ministries”, dirigidos por...
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Our Time Has Come to Pass the Baton

The fifth IPHC Core Value is, “We Prayerfully Value All Generations.” Drawing upon Psalm 100:5, over the course of this year we will discover what the Word of God says to us about our relationships across generations. IPHC Discipleship Ministries, led by Bishop Tommy McGhee, will be leading us in this life journey. As of...
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Project: 5 Houses in 5 Days

On February 6-10, 2018 DRUSA and Men’s Ministries will partner with Run for The Wall and M25 Ministries in Houston, Texas for project “5 Houses in 5 Days.” Between 50 and 60 volunteers will move into Alvin, Texas and base at Emmanuel Worship Center, hosted by Pastors Avelino and Lily DaSilva. DRUSA is deploying the...
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IPHC Remembers Rev. King White, Sr.

Rev. King E. White, Sr., former superintendent of the Pennsylvania (River of Life) Conference, passed away on December 30, 2017. Pastor White was a graduate of Holmes Bible College and an ordained minister in the North Carolina Conference of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church for over 70 years. He pastored several churches including Darlington PH...
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Love Saves Lives

Love Saves Lives By Irvina Parker UPDATE: The IPHC March for Life rally will now be held at Kingsway Christian Center, 7403 Gum Spring Rd, Rosedale, MD 21237, at 7:30p.m., Thursday, January 18, 2018. In just a few short weeks, thousands of people will converge upon the nation’s capital for an event with a powerful message:...
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The Fold: Celebration Center

Celebration Center - Modesto/Oakdale, CA Co-Senior Pastors Susan and Craig Bagley Making disciples for Jesus Christ is the mission at Celebration Center (CC). Nearly every aspect of ministry is a praying/teaching/serving opportunity for believers to learn and practice ministry with the Holy Spirit. This month, members were asked to write down thoughts about CC. What...
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M25: Battle Cry

Men gathered from eight churches; included were six pastors of the Cornerstone Conference in North Carolina, men from Kentucky, and from the South Carolina Conference, also, the National Royal Ranger’s Director was there! For nine hours, National Director of Mission: M25, assisted by M25’s secretary, worked together to provide some intense training. The meeting was...
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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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M25: Diapers To Warriors

What would bring men and women of the church together? A commitment to serve, to help each other, to help people hurting who have little hope. Marysol Martinez, director of Royal Home Ministries, along with her husband, SFC Chuck Martinez, invited Gary Burd, National Director and founder of the 50CC Diaper Run, along with fellow...
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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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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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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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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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