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IPCC Conference News
9/29/2017
 

Prayer Requests:

Ferguson family, Cline McCallister, Nancy Houck, Frank Angi鼯span>, Crabtree family and Spirit of Faith Church (Kenova, WV), Angela Taylor, Jack & Emilee Bowen, Paul McNutt, Tim & Brenda Crabtree, Damron & Mary Jane Bradshaw, Nancy Houck, Gloria Boyce, Alice Ickes, Dr. Robert Cannon, Clifford Edwards, Lowell Gayheart, Lucille Hardeman, Ed Hunt, Kathy Kuhn, Alma McCarty, Edna and Gary Shonkwiler, Calvin and Ellouise Weikel and Beatrice Smithson. Pray for the IPCC churches, Ministers, Pastors, and Missionaries.  Pray for revival of the United States and that God will keep his protection upon us.

Open Churches:

Trinity Pentecostal Church, Columbus OH is in need of a Pastor.  For details call District Overseer, Ervin Hargrave at 1-937-215-7813.

Feast of Ingathering --- Saturday, November 4th:

Friday, November 3rd at 7:00 pm is a Youth Service at London, Ohio.  A lock-in for the youth, ages 12-18, will follow.

The Feast of Ingathering will be Saturday, November 4th.  Dinner will be at 11:00 a.m. followed by a service at 1:00 p.m.

Proceeds will go to the Ladies Ministries, Youth Department, Renovations and the Pastors and Spouses retreats.

Please make plans to attend or send your donation to the IPCC Women's Ministries, Attn: Cheryl Hargrave, P.O. Box 439, London, OH  43140-0439.

Tri-State District Picnic, Greenup Dam, KY:

From Pastors Gary and Amanda Newman:

There was a very good turn-out for our Tri-State District annual picnic.  There were approx. 107 in attendance and 7 churches represented including: Zoar, Sand Hill, Catlettsburg, Portsmouth, Chillicothe, Scioto Furnace and Jackson. THANKS to all who came and worked so hard to make it a success.

It was a wonderful time of food, fellowship and faith as the Tri-State District came together.  Everyone who attended were glad they came.

Church Leadership Conference, Pigeon Forge, Tenn:

The Church Leadership Conference at the Music Road Hotel in Pigeon Forge with Pastor Jim Cymbala of Brooklyn Tabernacle and Sis. Edna Wagers was a time of refreshing and renewal to everyone who attended.  The basic theme that both Pastor Cymbala and Sis. Wagers preached was "In order to be anointed you must spend time with Jesus".  Prayer is the key that made Brooklyn Tabernacle grow and prayer is the key to make any church grow.  We were encouraged by Pastor Cymbala to have a consistent prayer life.  The Church Leadership Conference is sponsored by 4 denominations: International Pentecostal Church of Christ, Church of God Mountain Assembly, Congregational Holiness and Pentecostal Free Will Baptist.  Four IPCC Districts were represented: Central, North Central, Tri-State and New River.  All the IPCC delegation had wonderful fellowship throughout the Conference.

The Homegoing Celebration of Rev. Pauline Ferguson:

Several churches, IPCC ministers and Pastors attended the Visitation and Funeral Service of long-time IPCC minister, Rev. Pauline Ferguson.  Rev. Ervin Hargrave and Rev. Dean Kuhn did a fantastic job speaking about the life of Sis. Pauline.

Obituary for Sis. Pauline:

Pauline Ferguson was born August 13, 1922, in Morgan County, KY, a daughter of the late Henry Roscoe and Nola Conley Cox. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her loving husband, John William (J.W.) Ferguson; daughter, Virginia J. Cyrus; son, Larry D. Ferguson; grandson, John Russell Ferguson; and a brother, Arlie Cox.  Pauline was a faithful and active member of the International Pentecostal Church of Christ Organization where she was an ordained minister since 1948 (69 years).

She was the long-time matriarch of the Tri-State District assisting her husband with pastoring churches and with his position as District Overseer throughout their tenure in the Pentecostal Church of Christ. She held positions as District Ladies President, District and Local Church Youth Leader, Vacation Bible School Director and Secretary/Treasurer of the Mountain and Tri-State Districts. She was a magnificent and knowledgeable teacher of the Bible and was actively teaching an Adult Sunday School class at the age of 94.

She was a great example of loyalty, dedication and commitment to the Organization. She was an insightful business woman and owned and managed several businesses including an Avon business, a Cannonsburg grocery store and a laundrymat in Catlettsburg, KY. Survivors include sons, Chandis (Joy) Ferguson of Ashland, and John R. "J.R." Ferguson of Grayson; daughters, Lucille (Harold) Hardeman of Ashland; Christine (Wayne) Blanton of Rush and Beverly Ritchey of Ashland; close friend, Robin R. Ferguson of Catlettsburg; grandchildren, Stephen Cyrus, David Cyrus, Chandis Ferguson, Susan Ferguson Wellman, Scott Hardeman, Ken Blanton, Kevin Blanton, Malisha Payne and Jonathan Ferguson; 13 great grandchildren and 1 great-great granddaughter.

 

Salyersville IPCC, Salyersville, KY:

It was a great opportunity for me to preach at the Salyersville IPCC Homecoming Revival in Salyersville, Kentucky.  Pastor Phillip Pucket has pastored the church for 34 years. The church has gone through several remodeling projects and many people were present during the Friday night service.  The church has seen over 20 people come to the Lord in 2017!

Sand Hill IPCC, South Shore, Kentucky Revival:

Dean Kuhn, my wife, Stephanie, my son, Zach, and I were privileged to preach during a 3 day Homecoming Revival at Sand Hill IPCC church in South Shore, Kentucky.  Pastor Gary and Amanda Newman were celebrating their 10th year anniversary at the church. Zoar, Portsmouth and Catlettsburg churches supported the revival.  Over 105 people attended the Sunday morning Homecoming service.  The spirit of the lord moved powerfully around the altar as lives were touched.  Afterwards, a great meal was served and there were activities for the children.  The Christian singing group, "Blood Bought", were also present.  It was a wonderful time at Sand Hill

DayStar church, London, OH:

The DayStar Church of London, Ohio continues to grow!  The Lord has blessed many of their ministries, especially the drive-thru prayer that they have on Wednesday nights.  Pastors Warren and Tina Owens are doing a wonderful job.  I visited recently to present the ordination certificates to Julio Parades and his wife, Gabriela.  Pastor Julio has started a ministry in London, Ohio to reach the Hispanics in the area.  Keep Pastor Julio and Gabriela in your prayers.

Full Gospel Assembly, Hartford, MI:

Full Gospel Assembly just finished a Fall Revival and 71st Anniversary and Annual Homecoming Service.  Nine people were saved during the revival.  A total of 13 people were baptized during the summer at FGA!  Revival is happening!!!  

Upcoming Events (Mark your Calendars)

October Quarterly Conferences --- Contact your District Overseer for details.

Friday, November 3rd --- Youth Service and Lock-in, London, OH --- for details contact Sis. Tina Owens at 1-740-869-6299 or Rev. Michael Johnson at 1-404-644-0518.

Saturday November 4th ---Feast of Ingathering, London, Ohio --- for details contact Sis. Stephanie Truelove at 1-269-303-6434.

If you have any prayer requests or church news to share please let me know.

God Bless and keep the faith!

 

Bishop Shannon Truelove,

General Overseer, IPCC

 

 

 

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