ORLANDO, Fl. – The International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) will hold its 28th General Conference at the Orlando Convention Center from July 26-28, 2017. General Conference is held every four years and serves as a time for the IPHC to join together in fellowship and worship as well as conduct the business of the church.
General Superintendent Doug Beacham invites church members to join the IPHC for this special occasion, “This conference marks the 100th anniversary of the election of Bishop Joseph H. King as General Superintendent in 1917. We are thankful for the way the Holy Spirit has blessed and guided the IPHC for over 100 years. In our time together, we will worship our Lord Jesus Christ, we will share in fellowship, and we will seek the Spirit’s guidance in the business of the church.”
General Conference will be preceded by Youth Quest, the IPHC’s annual national youth conference, July 21-24. The Women’s and Men’s Ministries of the IPHC will hold conventions Tuesday morning, July 25, followed by Discipleship Training with Drs. Michael and Michelle Anthony in the afternoon.
The opening ceremonies for the 28th General Conference will be held Wednesday morning, July 26. Special guests for the event include Beth Moore, founder of Living Proof Ministries; John Dawson, the international president of Youth With A Mission; and Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference. Children’s Ministry will be provided throughout the conference. For more information, please visit the General Conference website.
The International Pentecostal Holiness Church is a global movement of disciples of Jesus Christ in nearly 100 nations with 1,600,000 members and over 1,600 congregations in the United States. For more information about the IPHC, please visit iphc.org.