It was a blessing to be able to attend the 28th IPHC General Conference last week. We experienced God at work in this denomination! The business sessions flowed with unity as Presiding Bishop Beacham led the delegation from around the globe in the business of the church.
The evening services were phenomenal with Beth Moore, Samuel Rodriguez, and Bishop Doug Beacham—all speaking powerful words of life to the IPHC. The Friday evening service concluded with soil poured into a glass container on stage by the various leaders around the globe. This was an act of faith symbolic of the areas that the IPHC desires to have a church presence by the year 2033.
The Election of General Officials:
Bishop Doug Beacham – General Superintendent
Bishop Tommy McGhee – Executive Director of Discipleship Ministries (Vice Chairman)
Bishop Talmadge Gardner – Executive Director of World Mission (Corporate Secretary)
Bishop Garry Bryant – Executive Director of Evangelism USA (Corporate Treasurer)
Congratulations to these men that serves this denomination well!
On Wednesday evening of the General Conference, the delegation from LifePoint Ministries gathered for a meal and fellowship. Thank you to our ministers, pastors, and lay persons for attending the General Conference and experiencing what God is doing in this movement.
Also, congratulations to Erica Campbell, LifePoint Ministries’ Administrative Assistant, for her appointment as Secretary of the IPHC Women Ministries General Board. We are proud of Erica and her continued representation and service to the Women’s Ministries of the IPHC.
You can view the business session minutes by going to the IPHC.org website at: http://iphc.org/generalconference/reports/
Thank you for allowing us to represent you at the 28th General Conference. I look forward to the plans that God has in store for us in this denomination.
Bishop Tim Lamb combines over 34 years of pastoral and church planting experience to lead LifePoint Ministries. Bishop Tim's unique prophetic insight, forward-thinking leadership, and compassion for people combine to make him an effective leader for our pastors and churches.