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ENCORE Retirement Seminar

Who?
Leaders and their spouses who are age 55 and older

What?

Led by Stan Williams and John Holt, this day is designed to help you process and plan how to transition with purpose and prepare to launch your ENCORE.

The focus will be on preparing for retirement spiritually, physically, financially, socially and with meaningful ministry.

When?
Tuesday, May 22, 2018 from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm

Where?
Riverside Community Church, Pittsburgh Mills Location, Tarentum, PA
(Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills Mall, Entry 5)

Cost?
Registration for this event is $25.00 per person for PennDel Ministry Network leaders.
Includes the book, “Launch Your Encore: Finding Adventure and Purpose Later in Life” by Hans Finzel and Rick Hicks

Spouses are encouraged to attend for an additional $10.00.
Seminar Alumni are $10 each.

HIS Fund is sponsoring the lunch!

Three ways to register:
• Online at penndel.org
• Call Danielle at 717.795.5921
• Email danielle@penndel.org

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Ministers’ Enrichment Video

Our Centennial Celebration kicked off with a great time at Ministers’ Enrichment as we recognized God’s favor and anointing in the past and were challenged to anticipate even greater days ahead under the guidance and empowerment of the Spirit.

Check out some of the pictures and comments on our Facebook page and twitter feeds:

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MinistrieSummit

Rev. Greg Beggs and Jim Cymbala to be featured speakers at this year’s MinistrieSummit.

Join us at Glad Tidings Church in Reading PA for a great time of spiritual refreshment.

ConneXions Winter 2014

This Christmas Edition deals with Gifts – The Christmas Gift, Gifts of Vision, Hope, Peace, Prayer, Joy, Faith, Giving, Serving, Encouragement and Love – all wrapped up in the personage of the Greatest Gift, Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.

Women Of Purpose Restoration Retreat

Ladies!  Rest for your body, soul and spirit.  Join us at the Bongiorno Conference Center May 30 – June 1.

Pray for Ukraine

Events in Ukraine Lead Wood to Issue Call to Prayer

Mon, 03 Mar 2014 – 4:54 PM CST

The dramatic events that have occurred in Ukraine over the last several weeks, including the ousting of former President Viktor Yanukovych and deadly attack by riot police, have drawn worldwide concern and attention to the region.

Dr. Marek Kaminski, general superintendent of the Pentecostal Church of Poland (Assemblies of God), contacted AG USA General Superintendent George O. Wood on Sunday, updating him on the conditions in Ukraine, having just returned from a visit with Christians in Kiev, Ukraine’s capital.

Kaminski explained that as the Pentecostal Church of Poland (PCP) prayed and fasted for Ukraine, he and his wife took an offering from the PCP churches to Kiev to help the families of the 100 protestors who were killed by riot police in around Kiev’s Maidan Square two weeks ago.

Kaminski says he spent an extended time with Mikhajlo Panochko, senior bishop of the Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith of Ukraine.

“He shared the stories of people fighting for their freedom and dignity,” Kaminski recounts.

Revealing that some of the Christians in attendance at Maidan Square were killed by a sniper, Panochko shared with Kaminski that Ukrainian Christians have stepped forward to provide food, medical assistance, and help in any possible practical way.

“There are prayer and Christian psychological help tents provided at Maidan Square by the church,” Kaminski says. “The gospel was preached at the main stage. I truly admire Ukrainian Christians and our Pentecostal brothers and sisters for their wisdom, sacrificial ministry, and for standing tall in the face of evil.”

However, Kaminski admits that much of the time he was there, he was fighting back tears.

“We personally went to Maidan,” he says. “The view was horrible. The destruction was beyond my ability to describe. The place was full of tents, barricades.”

But the destruction wasn’t the only thing bringing the emotional response. Kaminski says that the peace in the hearts and behavior of the people were striking. “I saw no aggression, no hatred towards anybody including Russians,” he says.

“My visit to Ukraine was a deep, emotional shock,” Kaminski continues. “I visited every place where the innocent civilians were killed by snipers. …I do not think anybody can understand the character of Ukrainian problems without seeing Maidan. It was against the corrupted government, nothing else. I saw nothing nationalistic there, especially no signs of hatred or aggression towards Russian people.”

In concluding his letter to Dr. Wood, Kaminski said the Christians in Ukraine need spiritual support. “We should make the choice not to be indifferent. Please, let us not leave them alone in their suffering,” he wrote.

In responding to Kaminski, Dr. Wood expressed his deep concern about the suffering in the Ukraine and for the heroic efforts of the people. “Be assured of our prayers,” Wood wrote. “We stand ready to assist you and the church in the Ukraine in any way we can. …I express deep gratitude to you and the Polish Assemblies of God for all the prayers and help you have given. Truly, this desperate situation calls for intercessory prayers from the Body of Christ all over the world. We will do our best to inform the World Assemblies of God Fellowship and our USA Assemblies of God as well.”

In light of Dr. Kaminski’s request and the dramatic events taking place in Ukraine, Dr. Wood issued the following call to prayer and peace for Ukraine:

“A call to prayer – Peace be unto you! We pray for the safety of our missionaries, ministers and churches in the wake of this season of unrest in Ukraine. We pray for God to restrain violence and to protect all peoples living in the Ukraine who are suffering uncertainty and fear.

“A call to peace – May the governing authorities involved seek to serve the best interest of all peoples in Ukraine. May there be a peaceful and positive resolution. May the Spirit of God empower His Church to be filled with love and bring forth the peace that passes understanding. May God’s people continue to bring Him glory during this difficult hour.”

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Join us in Bethel Park PA at South Hills Assembly of God for the 98th Pennsylvania-Delaware District Council
May 5 – 7

Online Registration is available

 

ConneXions Spring 2014

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