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PCC CHRISTMAS EVENTS

Pastor Brian and the Takua Pa Chief of Police

 

Celebrating Christmas at Baan Khet Asajaan

 

Telling the Christmas story at Bangneaw School

 

Ladies from the Urak Rawoi take part in our Christmas Service at PCC

 

Christmas afternoon outreach on Tinnawut Estate

 

PCC Christingle Service was held in 4 languages - Thai, Burmese, Tagalog and English

  

Sussex House celebrates Christmas

Christmas came to Sussex House when the Millenium Hotel GM and staff put on a 5 star buffet meal, with Santa giving presents to the children.  Five of the children were celebrating Christmas for the first time, including our newest twins... Min & Mack.

  

Joint Churches Christmas event

Phuket transformation churches joined together to celebrate Christmas on 10th December.  This was held at Ratchabat University with a special programme for both adults and children, and the evening was opened by  Mayor Paiboon Upatising.  While the children enjoyed various activities such as face painting, balloon sculpting, and a testimony from PCC’s own Joshua Ferrer, the adults were treated to a variety of Thai dances set to Christian music and Christmas carols. Pastor Tongchai Pradabchananurut from Church of Joy, Bangkok, was the special speaker for the evening, and for many this was the first time they had heard the Christmas message.  To close the evening he lead everyone in singing Happy Birthday to Pastor Brian and others who were celebrating their birthdays in December.

  

Flood Disaster Relief

Following the floods in Bangkok we contacted the Red Cross, led by the wife of the Governor of Phuket, Khun Nalinee Akkaradeja, and made a donation of food, clothes and medicine. Khun Nalinee was one of our special guests on Christmas Day at our morning service.

 

 

 
  

Report on 21st Transform Our World Global Conference - Hawaii 4 - 8 October 2011

Pastor Margaret Burton

'Do not despise small beginnings' was the theme for this year's annual Transform Our World global conference set in Honolulu on the beautiful island of Oahu, Hawaii. It was a gathering of people from all walks of life and many nations, with Dr Ed Silvoso and an international faculty from 6 continents - ordinary people doing extraordinary things for God. Making the world a better place, starting with their own sphere of influence. Once again, Dr Ed & Ruth Silvoso were our wonderful hosts for the week, and did a superb job of creating a close and precious family atmosphere in which we were able to relax, renew, refresh and yet at the same time be challenged to rise up to a higher level. During the week our church vision came to mind more than once and I was encouraged to see how it is being fulfilled. Truly we are: an influential body of people dedicated to the transformation of nations; a source of encouragement and blessing not only to our city and nation, but to the whole world; travelling all over the world as part of our global commitment to nation transformation. I realized once again just what an influence we had around the world, what a blessing we are and how people are inspired, challenged and encouraged when they hear our transformation testimonies. I was so blessed by other conference delegates, especially those I met for the first time, who came to tell me how blessed they had been by hearing about us. They were challenged to go home and start to make a difference in their sphere of influence. I was able to encourage more than one to believe that what was happening here could definitely happen in their church, in their town, in their nation. We were reminded again of the importance of knowing our true identity in God. One thing that Dr Ed Silvoso said that really impacted me was "Don't embarrass your father by behaving like a hired hand." We are not slaves, but we are precious sons and daughters of our Father God. He welcomes us to live with Him in His palace, not as His servants but as His children. We belong to His family, and we are all loved unconditionally. We need to move out of the servants' quarters and into the palace! We all need each other - right from the oldest to the youngest, and can all learn from each other and bless each other. God can use even the youngest amongst us to bless us. I saw this in action on the very last day of the conference when one of Dr Ed and Ruth Silvoso's grandsons, in total confidence because he knew who he was in God, reached out and began to pray for and bless the conference delegates! Once again, this wasn't just another conference experience it was yet another challenge to step up a level, to be inspired, to do bigger and better things for God. For more testimonies and information about the TOW global conferences please visit

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Transform Our World 10 Steps in the Transformation Journey
  1. Make a Personal Commitment to Transformation
  2. Develop a Transformation Lifestyle
  3. Impart to Your Core Leaders
  4. Pastors: Implement Change in the Local Church
    Marketplace Minister: Implement Change in the Marketplace
  5. Develop an Effective Prayer Strategy
  6. Implement Transformation in the Market Place
  7. Raise a Canopy of Prayer by Mobilizing People to Adopt Streets
  8. Expect the Extraordinary and Testify About It!
  9. Extend the Vision of Your Church to the Church of the City
  10. Now Go for Your Nation and for the Nations!

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