Albuquerque, New Mexico

We can hardly believe that the "Aligned for Mission" conference is past!

PCCNA Members, ministry leaders, and our sponsors traveled to Albuquerque from across North America for two powerful days of impactful worship, encouraging messages, and community dialogue.

Featured keynotes included Nick Vujicic, Tuff Harris, Jaco Booyens, and Paul Fraser along with wonderful worship led by Citizen Church of Albuquerque.

In addition, PCCNA officially welcomed the following organizations into membership during our annual business meeting on February 23, 2023, in Albuquerque.

Our PCCNA Annual Conference “Aligned for Mission” focused on the shared goals that the North American and global Pentecostal and Charismatic churches have for evangelism to every person as we make disciples and multiply vital churches in the coming decade (202333). These initiatives will require a whole new level of unity, Spirit-empowerment, and release of the Next Generation of leaders, both women and men, into the mission to which they are called. At the annual business meeting on February 23, PCCNA members engaged in collaborative dialogue to create a statement that would serve as our "Decade of Ministry" declaration. The following declaration is the outcome of that member dialogue.
by Caleb Brown
NextGen Commission Chair

Our mission is to equip NextGen leaders to live in the power of the Holy Spirit and welcome marginalized people into the kingdom of God. We must invest in the next generation of leaders by sending them to join others who are devoting their lives to doing what Jesus did.
Our Offer
We are going to invite your young leaders to come with us as we train them to do what we do.

Our Ask
Our ask is for your complete support. The only way that we change the church of North America is if we go all in with our:
The Great Commission and the call to unity will cost us everything! Tap the "READ MORE" button to continue reading.
by John W. Kennedy
AG News

LAKELAND, Florida — Hispanic Pentecostals tend to take a holistic approach to ministry, and that’s a key reason why Gabriel and Jeanette Salguero have added an educational element to their already busy careers.

The Salgueros serve as co-lead pastors at The Gathering, a multiethnic Assemblies of God congregation in Orlando. The couple also are leaders in the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC), an Orlando-based interdenominational national organization they founded that is comprised of over 3,000 churches, pastors, and nonprofits.

It’s no surprise that the Salgueros—who have two teenaged sons, Jon-Gabriel and Seth —last fall agreed to take the helm of the Carrión Hispanic Leadership Center at Southeastern University, an hour’s drive down Interstate 4 in Lakeland. Jeanette is the executive director and Gabriel is a distinguished professor. Both are 49-year-old ordained AG ministers. Tap the "READ MORE" button below to continue reading.
by Steve Rees // Charisma News

As Holy Spirit-led revival stirs students' radical devotion to Jesus on campuses across the nation, historically Black colleges are experiencing powerful outpourings of salvation, repentance, worship, and prayer.

A Spirit-filled pastor in Atlanta, Georgia, believes student revival and Holy Spirit outpouring are manifesting on campuses near his church—a predominantly Black congregation in the city.

Pastor Arthur Breland highlights three Atlanta-area schools—recognized as historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs)—that show signs of God moving mightily among students.

The lead pastor at United Church Atlanta, Breland notes three campuses that are experiencing fresh outpourings of the Holy Spirit.

Morehouse and Spelman Colleges, along with Clark Atlanta University—all three secular schools—are marked by student revivals like those on other secular and Christian campuses.

"They are gathering in groups of 50 to 70 students to pray, do evangelism, repent of sin, and worship Jesus," Breland wrote on social media.

Hoping to fan the flames of revival, a movement of radical Millennial and Gen Z missionaries will visit four Atlanta-area campuses. Tap the "READ MORE" button to continue reading.
* The following event is a special offering from the
PCCNA NextGen Commission. Relevant, hands-on, practical training for your young leaders to engage Islam in a
powerful and winsome way!
Part or Full-time University students: SC23GENZ - $99
Pastors, Church or Mission staff: SC23Leaders195 - $195
First Responders, Active Military, Veterans: SC23ThankYou - $195


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