October 12, 2022

Our ACOP President, Rev. Wes Mills, joined other members of the Pentecostal World Fellowship Advisory Committee ahead of the Pentecostal World Conference in Seoul, Korea.

Pentecostal World Conference #

The Pentecostal World Fellowship Advisory Council adopted the following resolution calling on Spirit-empowered congregations across the globe to focus on fulfilling the Great Commission by 2033: 

The Pentecostal World Fellowship encourages its members to work towards fulfilling the Great Commission in this generation. We affirm the numerous 2033 initiatives focused on “Everyone” hearing the gospel of Jesus Christ. We call upon our member congregations to mobilize prayer, leadership, compassion, and resources to contact every unreached person.  We believe the next ten years will be the greatest decade of fulfilling the mandate of Jesus as together, empowered by the Spirit, we proclaim the “Good News” and establish new churches.

Join Wes at the Conference by watching the General Sessions online, for more information click here.

Prairie Region District Gathering #

Would you come and spend a couple of days with everyone from our region at the luxurious Eston College, October 17th to 19th (Starting Monday @ 5:00 | Ending Wednesday @ 1:00 PM)?

We’ve invited Kenn Parker to come and minister with and to us in our time together. As our Lead Team talked about this event, and as I talked with Kenn, I am more convinced than ever that God is doing a new thing in our midst! It is so clear that the holy spirit is bringing everything that he wants together for us!

Registration is all online, so don’t put it off… just click on this link and commit to being part of this! 


Don’t miss out on what God wants to do with us together!

10 Heartaches of Being a Pastor #

This article crossed our desks, published on the Church Leaders Blog, written by Dr. Chuck Lawless. You may appreciate the read—Pastors are pretty special people.

“I make no claim that pastors are perfect people. We mess up. We can be arrogant and uncaring at times. At the same time, though, most pastors I know are genuine, faithful followers of God who love their congregations. They’ve learned, too, that the work of pastoral ministry often carries heartache with it.”

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